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Members, vote for ASEM 2017 Secretary before June 30, 2017

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  Simon Philbin 


Dr Simon Philbin is Director of Programme Management at Imperial College London in the United Kingdom, where he leads the Programme Management Office (PMO) that is focused on supporting a range of major research projects across Imperial. Dr Philbin is also the Chairman of Imperial College Projects Limited, which is a subsidiary of Imperial. 
He has worked at Imperial for nearly 14 years and previously with the UK Ministry of Defence for 9 years. With a PhD in chemistry and an MBA, Dr Philbin has authored/co-authored over 50 technical publications (journal and conference papers) across several areas, including project management, research & technology management, and chemistry. Dr Philbin has attended and presented at the last 9 ASEM annual conferences and he has served as the International Director of ASEM since 2014.




  Bill Schell
Dr. Bill Schell has been a society member since 2006, while he was working in industry and pursuing his doctorate in Engineering Management at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. During his fourteen year industry career he ran large scale reengineering and quality projects and programs for American Express and Wells Fargo Bank and organizational development and technology operations for PrintingForLess.com, Since moving into an academic career in 2010, he has consistently promoted the engineering management profession and ASEM. He has been active in the engineering management area of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) and currently serves as the Chair of the Engineering Management Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). His work has won several awards in engineering management related areas from ASEE, EMJ, and IISE. In addition, he has been very engaged in the development and operation of the new student section at Montana State University. Finally, since 2015 has served as ASEM’s Student Membership Director. During this time the society has experienced two years of double digit student membership growth, nearly doubled the number of student sections, and launched the new Academic partnership program. 


  Annmarie Uliano
Ms. Annmarie Uliano lives in Boston, MA. She has her B.S. in Industrial Engineering, M.S. in Engineering Management, and a Certificate in Engineering Business from Northeastern University, Boston. She is currently an Associate Project Manager for Lahey Health in Burlington, MA. Annmarie was a co-founder of the Northeastern University student chapter of ASEM, and a key member in building up the organization due to leadership experience in other student groups at Northeastern. She was initially elected into the position of Secretary and served in that capacity for 9 months. She then transitioned to Vice President of Programs, and went on to plan the events and activities for the Spring 2017 semester while mentoring the newly elected Secretary. In recognition for her work building up the ASEM Student chapter at Northeastern, she was awarded the Master’s level Student Leadership Award and the Director of Engineering Management’s Award in 2017. Prior to her leadership in ASEM, she served as Membership Chair, Treasurer for 3 terms, and President of the Society of Women Engineers at Northeastern University. Annmarie is passionate about healthcare, mentorship, STEM outreach, and kayaking.

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