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Welcome to three new staff members

We're starting off the new year on the right foot by adding three editors to our group — and all come from technical backgrounds.

Here they are, in no particular order:

Carlos M. Gonzalez joined Penton Media Group in 2015. He achieved a B.S. mechanical engineering at Manhattan College and a M.S. in mechanical engineering at Columbia University. Prior to working for Penton Media, Carlos worked at Sikorsky Aircraft in their Hydraulics and Mechanical Flight Controls department; working on their S76D commercial and the Navy’s CH-53K aircraft programs.
Contact him at [email protected].

Studying mechanical engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), he worked in the Polymer Research Lab. Utilizing RIT’s co-op program Jeff worked for two aerospace companies focusing on drafting, quality, and manufacturing for aerospace fasteners and metallurgy. He also studied abroad living in Dubrovnik, Croatia. After college, he became a commissioning engineer, traveling the world working on precision rotary equipment. Then he attended a few masters courses at the local college, and helped an automation company build equipment.

Growing up in Lancaster County, PA he always liked to tinker, build, and invent. He is ecstatic to be at Hydraulics & Pneumatics Magazine in New York City and looks forward to producing valuable information in the mechanical industry.
Contact him at [email protected].

Leah Scully is a graduate of The College of New Jersey. She has a BS degree in Biomedical Engineering with a mechanical specialization. She studied abroad in Spain and is an advocate for engineering students to study abroad during college. She enjoys learning languages, playing piano, and being outdoors. While in school, Leah assisted teaching SolidWorks classes and substituted for a high school engineering course. She is eager to broaden and apply her knowledge in engineering as an editor. Contact her at [email protected].

 

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