Mr. Aznar serves on the Educational/Consulting Advisory Board of the Acceleration Studies Foundation. He is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. A synopsis of his professional experience prior to KnowledgeContext includes:
Analyzed business processes and developed training programs for AT&T.
Developed a geographic information system to track solid waste for the City of Los Angeles
Analyzed and merged databases for the corporate merger of Bank of America and Security Pacific Bank.
Managed a team to reduce setup time in the manufacturing operations of McCulloch Motors.
Developed a standard costing model for Sugar Foods, a condiment packager.
Trained McDonnell Douglas personnel in the programming of management and accounting reports.
Trained BW/IP project managers in use of advanced project management software.
Assessed capabilities of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s manufacturing kitchen, evaluating alternatives of outsourcing, replacement, and upgrading.
Evaluated profitability of internal media production department in PacifiCare.
Developed software solutions and user manuals, and coordinated project plans for NASA, Amdahl, and Open Systems Development.
Mr. Aznar has also served on the Board of Directors for Acacia, a non-profit social organization, and was the chapter advisor, providing strong leadership and guidance for students at the University of California at Berkeley. Each summer, Mr. Aznar leads the Sierra to the Sea Bicycle Tour, which takes 140 cyclists from California's Gold Country through the Wine Country and to San Francisco. He is an avid road cyclist and mountain biker with an abiding love of nature, enjoys hiking, communal cooking with friends and even finds time to write poetry.
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