Position: Product Development Manager
Organization: Tellus Products
Fields of Expertise: Product / Service innovation and problem solving, manufacturing and fabrication businesses and processes, packaging materials and bio-materials: mycelium, molded fiber.
Garrett is a hard-working engineer with a breadth of experience in various industries. In his eyes, a good product is functional, beautiful, and most importantly, helpful to its users. He intends to contribute engineering and development support to products and/or services that serve a good purpose. He thinks that if we can build technology that is respectful of the environment, supports people and makes a good profit, then we are in business. It is important to follow the needs, but at the end of the day, "the dollars make sense."
He is interested in working on any project or with any team where he can contribute his knowledge of materials, manufacturing processes, and mechanical design. He possesses strong interpersonal and technical skills in hands-on prototype fabrication and computer aided design. Plus, he has a creative mindset and a hard-working attitude.
If you have a good problem to solve or product to develop, then give him a shout. He is always open to a new challenge.
Born in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Studied Industrial Engineering and Social Product Development at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. Some inventions of other RPI graduates: the Ferris Wheel, the ‘@’ symbol in email addresses, the Brooklyn Bridge, the fidget spinner, and Mushroom Packaging.