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Advisory Board

 

Kimberly M. Wood, Senior Grant Writer

Ms. Wood has several years of experience in writing successful grants and investment proposals. She has prior experience in automotive assembly tool design and engineering, with knowledge of various phases from inception to production for manufacturing facilities, and was the follow-up engineer on 1986 Cadillac Stretch Limousine and Respot Weld Line at GMAD Orion Plant. At Delphi Energy & Chassis, she dealt with cash-to-conversion for new data management software. The absolute attention to detail that her training and experience have formed give Ms. Wood exceptional capabilities in administering and affecting the NuET grant campaign to extend its R&D.

 

Legal Counsel & Other Contracted Operational Expertise

 

Michael Cooper, JD, Corporate Taxes, Offshore Finance, Forensic Litigation, Fiduciary Malfeasance

Prior to practicing law, Mr. Cooper accrued significant experience as an investment accountant in the bond-arbitrage division of a prominent hedge fund. He then worked for a CPA firm where he advised celebrities and other high-net-worth individuals. Mr. Cooper was the cash manager of a mutual fund and was responsible for overseeing and effectuating distributions on $18 billion dollars of assets under management. He coordinated free-cash flow with day traders and other managers located throughout Los Angeles, New York, London, Hong Kong.

Jackson Morris, SEC Attorney

Mr. Morris has 43 years of legal experience. He was Senior Branch Attorney, Division of Corporation Finance for the Securities and Exchange Commission before entering private practice. He is an expert in SEC compliance, Rule 144 opinions, corporate structure, closely held business law, buying and selling of business, joint ventures. He also provides general counsel to NuEnergy.

Robert E. Fletcher, Corporate and Bank Financing Matters, SEC Compliance

Mr. Fletcher has been practicing law for 24 years, with active practice in New York, Texas, Florida, and New Jersey. He focuses on business development, compliance, and state and federal financing matters.

John Tutunjian, Intellectual Property & Patent Law

Mr. Tutunjian specializes in Intellectual Property, with a primary focus on domestic and foreign Patent and Trademark prosecution and Patent and Trademark disputes. He has over 19 years’ experience in litigation matters, clearance opinions, brand development and enforcement, and the management and maintenance of worldwide Intellectual Property portfolios. Before practicing law, Mr. Tutunjian was an electrical engineer, which makes him even more effective in assisting NuEnergy protect its innovations.

Doug Tobin, Senior Consulting Engineer & Architect (LEED A.P.)

Mr. Tobin has developed over US $2.5 billion worth of projects within the U.S. and internationally on commercial and industrial projects. He has vast experience in airport master planning & design, baggage handling systems design and engineering, building and facility architecture, electrical, fire-protection, HVAC, structural engineering, and building interface architecture and engineering. Mr. Tobin has provided technical, architecture and engineering services for major and global companies throughout the world.

Michael Decker, DPhil., MSt., MENA Consultant

Dr. Decker is the Maroulis Professor of Byzantine History and Orthodoxy at University of South Florida (Tampa). He is a widely acknowledged expert in the history, customs, culture, geography, and agriculture of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Dr. Decker’s extensive knowledge and reputation have made him highly sought – he has consulted extensively for energy, environmental, water, and industrial companies that either wanted to establish business or are already active in MENA. Dr. Decker has been instrumental in enabling preliminary business discussions for NuET in several countries, including Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, and Morocco.
N.J. Maroulis
Nick Maroulis has extensive experience in engineering as well as in technical and business management. His professional experience includes 10-years with the General Electric Airborne Military Electronics division where he graduated from the GE Advanced Technical Management Program, manufacturing automation program and radar and countermeasures programs. While at GE he worked as a systems engineer, test engineer, and served as technical advisor and technical representative several major projects including full deployments with U.S. navy aircraft carriers.

Nick’s experience includes 35 years with Northrop Grumman Corporation where he was responsible for the local management and technical aspect of various engineering projects in China , Israel and Japan .

He is the author of a number of technical publications and instruction, training, logistics and evaluation manuals.
Nick is a graduate of City university of New York and has most recently become a successful investment advisor and entrepreneur, and serves as an advisor in various corporations.
Christos  “Chris” P. Tsokos, Ph.D.
advisory-board_clip_image002Dr. Tsokos was born near Kalavrita, Greece. He attended the Universities of Rhode Island and Connecticut, MIT, and Penn State. He holds a doctorate in statistics and has taught at University of Rhode Island, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and the University of South Florida, where he is currently a Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics and Statistics and has been dissertation advisor for more than 30 doctoral students and advisor for more than 75 master’s candidates.

His projects have earned grants of over a million and a half dollars from the National Science Foundation, NASA, National Institute of Health, the Office of Naval Research, the U.S. Air Force, and the U.S. Army. He has served as officer of numerous professional organizations, co-edited three academic journals and monograph series, and served as associate editor of more than ten other journals. He Co-founded and continues to shepherd the Urban Scholars program, which helps provide underprivileged youth with academic coaching and technology resources. He has been named a Distinguished Scholar at USF and has been recognized many times for his academic and humanitarian work.

Professor Tsokos obtained his undergraduate degree in Engineering Sciences and his Master of Science in Mathematics from the University of Rhode Island and his doctoral Degree in Probability and Statistics from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Tsokos is the author of more than 300 publications in academic journals. He has written 15 textbooks and research monographs and more than 40 technical publications. He served as Doctoral Advisor for more than 40 students from fifteen different countries. He has served and is currently serving on the Editorial Boards of more than 12 academic international journals. Dr. Tsokos has lectured in several countries with extensive tours in the P.R. of China, Turkey, the Russian Academy of Science, and India among others.

He has been an advisor and consultant for NASA, NSF, NIH, ONR, US Air Force, US Army, EPA, ACS, as well as several Fortune 500 companies. He is a member of several professional societies, which include a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and the International Statistical Institute, among others. He is the recipient of several distinguished honours and awards for his professional, educational and humanitarian accomplishments.

Professor Tsokos was recently elected president of the International Federation of Nonlinear Analysts (IFNA) by the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the IFNA.
Professor Tsokos is the founder of the American Foundation for Greek Language and Culture (AFGLC) and served as President for 15 years. During his presidency, AFGLC established ten endowed professorships in the Greek Language and Literature, Greek History, Greek Philosophy, Greek Culture and Byzantine History and Orthodox Religion at American universities.