is originally from Macungie, Pennsylvania. He started fixing computers for
people during his teenage years. While in high school he
also competed in a variety of math and computer science
graduated from Penn State University (Schreyer Honors
College) in 2004 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering with
distinction and honors. While there he was a member of the FutureTruck Hybrid Electric Vehicle team and wrote an
thesis about developing computer models for diesel engines.
has involved working with many Fortune 500 companies,
including General Electric, Goodyear, Progressive, Cummins,
and Alcoa. Brian holds
US Patent (7,616,012) for innovations
involving an advanced capacitance paddle developed while
working for General Electric. His work with other companies
has involved the development of computer programs and
databases to aid in the analysis of data and automation of
completed his Master's Degree in
Engineering and Technology
Innovation Management at Carnegie Mellon University in 2008.
While there he researched how knowledge was reused and
transferred in innovative projects at companies. He also
participated in different business plan competitions.
graduation from Carnegie Mellon in the midst of a severe
economic downturn Brian interviewed with McKinsey to become
a management consultant. After assessing the opportunities
available Brian decided to go into business for himself.
Feldman Consulting Enterprises, LLC in 2009 to provide
expertise and innovative solutions for solving challenging
problems. His experience in many different industries and
non-traditional thinking methods allow the development of
products and services that span many different knowledge
Brian has been President
and CEO of Feldman Consulting Enterprises, LLC for 8 years.
In that time Brian has expanded the business geographically
and diversified its client base while continuing to deliver
superior results to clients.
Brian is a
licensed private pilot. He also enjoys hobbies including
wine tasting, travel, robotics, volunteering at math competitions, and solving problems.
He has qualified for an SCCA Racing License by completing
the appropriate courses at
Driving School. He was heavily involved in building and
exhibiting TOBOR, the gigantic robotic arm/dinosaur at the
2015 Bay Area Maker
Faire and the 2015
World Maker Faire in New York, which won 6 Editor's
Choice awards and was rated
#2 Coolest Project at Maker Faire by PCMag. He is also an avid answerer of questions
Brian is also adjunct faculty at the
NCC Fab Lab where he teaches robotics classes and gets
involved in a variety of other projects.
In addition to exhibiting
Tobor for groups around the Lehigh Valley area such as the
PSPE, Lehigh University, LVEDC, Young Innovator's Forum, and
ArtsQuest, Brian has also given
presentations about robotics in front of groups
including LV Tech.
Brian was featured on
Forbes.com for answering
Why don't more people work as programmers?
currently resides in Macungie, Pennsylvania.
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