|Nina L. K. Cavalier (Analyst, Consultant) graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering
from Carnegie Mellon University in 1989, and was named one of the Top 100 students overall for four years (3.90 of 4.0 final GPA.)
The recipient of a Tau Beta Pi Fellowship, Nina completed an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon in 1990.
Nina's experience in electrical engineering with a global manufacturing company
included design for manufacturability, globalization and ISO process development.
She held supervisory roles in quality assurance,
global plant support, disaster contingency planning, and an off-shore high-volume
Spanish-speaking manufacturing plant.
As an independent consultant, Nina analyzes and develops thorough requirements specifications for
software and related business processes, understanding requirements across marketing, sales,
and manufacturing stakeholders. Nina evaluates software application and process quality,
including end-to-end systems validation in English and Spanish.
||Forrest J. Cavalier III (Analyst, Developer) graduated with a B.S. double major in Electrical and Computer Engineering
from Carnegie Mellon University in 1989, with university honors (3.72 of 4.0 final GPA.)
Forrest's experience in electrical engineering with an electronics manufacturing company
included embedded systems design and manufacturing, automated testing, and design for usability.
As an independent consultant with the ability to work in English and Spanish, Forrest is a full-service, high-productivity analyst and software developer,
with a passion for software reuse and a deep understanding of business processes and core technologies including Web and
Internet technologies, Internationalization and Translation, application specific compiler design, software engineering standards,
Java, Ruby, Python, Forth.