Jacqueline Brannon Giles
Getting to know... Jacqueline Brannon Giles, Professor of Mathematics, HCC Central
Years at HCC: 24+ years
Doctoral Studies, Mathematics, Texas A & M University - College Station
Further Studies: Masters of Divinity, 30 hours completed, Houston Graduate School of Theology
Texas Education Agency (TEA) Certifications: Mathematics and English. Lifetime certification
B. A., Mathematics, Texas Southern University; Minor: English
M.A., Secondary Education, emphasis in Mathematics, Texas Southern University
B. S., Applied Mathematics, New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering
M.S., Pure Mathematics, Texas A &M University - College Station
In May 2014, I have accepted a position as Executive Director of Risk Technology managing the design and development of the new strategic Risk Data Distribution Platform at JPMorgan Chase.
Moving up to another company with my Poly degree.
Hope you are all well. I missed you at our 50th.
Since graduating in 1964, I got married worked at Sandia Labs, got a PhD in Engineering, worked on solar, wind, and geothermal energy. Then I left Sandia to work in oil well technology for Schlumberger in Texas. I have over 20 Patents and papers in oilfield technology. My wife and I lived and worked in France for 10 years. Now (2014) we are back in Houston, TX and have 5 grandkids spread across the US.
Drive organizational transformation to achieve higher supply management performance
Collaborate on global basis to improve corporate bottom line results
- Worked for IBM 1970-1992
- Worked as a consultant to IBM 1992 – present
- Ordained minister 1986 – present
Position/Title: Freelance Facilities/HVACR/Energy Engineer
I have over 25 years of facilities engineering experience specializing in Heating/Ventilating/Air-Conditioning/Refrigeration (HVACR) design, testing/commissioning, operations and maintenance in the nuclear, pharmaceutical, chemical and commercial buildings industries. I also have over five years of energy engineering experience with an energy utility company.
Will be considering matriculating to law school next year for
Federal Disability Law.
Attended Polytechnic Institute in 1987 to 1988, at 17 years old
from George Westinghouse Vocational and Technical H.S., as a
Electrical Engineering major while studying one year of U.S. Army
ROTC(B+ average), got Congressionally nominated to the United
States Military Academy, West Point
after two year application since 16 years old; and enlisted in
the U.S. Marine Corps for MOS Avionics or Small Platoon Leader
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-- HUD Certified 203k Consultant
As a pilot I reached the FAA mandatory retirement age of 65 in Nov 2013. This forced me to retire from United Airlines after 35+ years flying "the Friendly Skies". Ever since graduating from Brooklyn Polytech, I had a great career with United as well as in the Air Force and then retiring from the Air National Guard. I truly enjoyed going to work and have no regrets in choosing a flying career or the path on which it took me.
I am a full time stay-at-home dad with three teenagers. I am seeking employment either in hardware development or project management or any other interesting thing that I can apply my knowledge to.