- A retired Electronics Engineer who did research and development in interoperability of Command-and-Control and weapon systems for the US Army, the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, allied and coalition nations.
- Served on President George H.W. Bush's Counternarcotics Science and Technology Committee (STC) as the architect of the plan called for in Public Law 100-690, The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, in Section 6163 for the "Use of Existing Federal Research and Development Facilities for Civilian Law Enforcement".
- The author of numerous documents and manuals for the US Army, US Joint Chief of Staff and other US Services and Agencies.
- Chaired the Army/Joint Services Committee that specified the tactical radio communications protocol for the US Army which was subsequently adopted by the US Joint Chiefs of Staff and NATO.
- Coordinator and Project Manager on cooperative efforts with the United States and Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Korea, New Zealand and the United Kingdom
- Has an MBA from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania
- Has taken doctoral training at Princeton University and George Mason University.
- A 32 degree Mason and a Shriner
- Married, a father of three and grandfather of three
- A year-round resident of Palm Beach County Florida
Community Service includes:
- Board of Directors of Shaare Shamayim Synagoge, Philadelphia PA
- Board of Directors of Gratz College, Philadelphia PA
- Technical Advisor, Northeast High School - Space Research Center, Philadelphia Pennsylvania
- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
- Chairman of the Westgate CERT Committee of Indian Spring, Florida
- Incident Commander of the Westgate CERT Incident Command Post
- CERT point of contact for Westgate to the Palm Beach County Emergency Operations Center
- Certified Emergency Communicator (EmComm Operator) with the Palm Beach County Division of Emergency Management
- Network Manager and Assistant Emergency Coordinator for the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for southern PalmBeach County