Ryan O'Connor is the President of 911EDA, Inc. He began working with his father, Dennis O'Connor, who founded the company in 1998. Ryan expanded the company by offering, in addition to PCB layout services, front-end engineering services, PCB consulting services, and PCB fabrication and assembly. 911EDA is one of a few companies offering such a wide range of services and is considered the premier Altium PCB layout firm in the United States.
Ryan is responsible for managing sales and marketing at 911EDA, overseeing all projects, and working closely with the design managers. He has developed a team of sales representatives who reach out to customers across the United States.
Ryan has a degree in Physiology and Neuroscience from the University of California, San Diego, and an MBA from Walden University. He is also a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society.
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Leonard Alexman (Lenny) is a senior designer and has laid out hundreds of boards. He oversees and manages PADs designs with his counterpart Tony Pereira. Leonard manages a team of designers and is responsible for project management and time allocation. He also leads the quoting process on all PADs projects.
Leonard began his career as a computer technician at General Automation in 1976, building computer systems. He has an AA degree in Computer Technology and 37 years of experience in the computer electronics industry.
Leonard started as a computer technician, moved up to an engineering technician, then a computer/software designer, and then started designing Printed circuit boards.
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Jeff Brayshaw oversees and manages all engineering projects, from quoting to design specification development and PCB design. He leads his team of engineers, managing their time and efforts, and manages all engineering projects and customer communication. Jeff is a Hardware Engineer and Project Manager focusing on digital, analog, and RF systems. He typically performs digital and FPGA design tasks and project management functions.
Jeff has a BSEE from Ohio State University and began his career at Hughes Aircraft Company in 1994, developing circuits for processing signals from radar and image sensors.
In 1986 he was awarded an Engineering Fellowship from Hughes for graduate study at USC and received his MSEE in 1988 with a specialty in digital signal processing and digital communications. He moved on to work for several start-up companies in both a development and management role, focusing on leading-edge products in the wireless, multimedia, test instrument, and sensor space before partnering with 911EDA in 2003 to help with their expansion into Engineering Services.
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