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Stuart Linsky, Northrop Grumman and Mark Calassa, Lockheed Martin, program leaders.
For the first hour of instruction, Seven Hills Foundation participants Terry Walthers from Northbridge, Alex Davila from Milford and Leanne Graf from Millbury learned the basics of kayaking in two-person boats, each with a job coach or program leader aboard.
Many large corporations with high profile and major, multi-billion dollar programs are facing the same crisis that the federal government has been trying to address for nearly a decade now: Program leaders and senior project managers reach retirement age, leave, and take with them thousands of hours of accumulated knowledge, experience, and wisdom.
I also realized that the staff actually completed the Program Leader Course requirements (informally) throughout staff training--preparing us to teach the skills to campers.
Her April 2002 investigation of the Cook County Department of Public Health revealed that officials knew little about a high-paid program leader.
Up until now, ASCI supercomputers have been designed to address the entire spectrum of numerical simulations required of the stockpile stewardship effort," said David Nowak, ASCI Program Leader at LLNL.
According to Jane Schuchardt, national program leader of the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service in Washington, D.
Enduran offers the wear and stain resistance of a high-pressure laminate, is chip resistant, and can tolerate cleaning with household detergents, says Paul Bristow, program leader for thermoforming commercial technology at the PPDC.