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Our Vision —

Enabling a safer road ahead

We see the world in terms of connections. We connect to each other by using technology to communicate and to enhance our lives. But technology can do much more. It can extend our vision into an increasingly complex environment. At AEye, we have created a software-defined adaptive lidar solution that can help us navigate in a safer, more efficient, and productive way.

Our Mission —

How do we get there

Our goal is to create a smarter and safer world for all of us. AEye’s 4Sight™ Intelligent Sensing Platform enables us to deliver precise measurement imaging to ensure safety and performance. This allows us to drive the implementation of advanced driver-assistance, vehicle autonomy, smart infrastructure, logistics and off-highway applications. Our platform captures targeted information allowing faster more reliable perception. And this early detection means better decisions can be made—improving safety and keeping us in motion.


Where it all began

Luis Dussan, a leading aerospace designer of targeting systems for fighter jets, understood self-driving cars would face similar challenges: the need to see, classify, and respond to an object in real time. Luis founded AEye in 2013 where engineers from NASA, Lockheed, the USAF, and DARPA created AEye’s patented 4Sight™ lidar platform--key to the rollout of sensing applications such as automotive, trucking, smart infrastructure, logistics, and off-highway.

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  • Blair LaCorte
    Blair LaCorte CEO and Board Member
    Blair LaCorte

    Blair LaCorte

    Blair LaCorte is an accomplished leader and strategist with a long history of leveraging his change management skills to drive operational alignment and company growth. Prior to AEye, he served as global president of PRG, the world’s largest live event technology and services company. He was also CEO of XOJET, one of the fastest growing aviation companies in history and the largest private charter company in North America. He also served as a managing director and operating partner at TPG, a premier private equity firm with over $91B in global investments. LaCorte has held numerous executive and general management positions in private and public technology and investment companies throughout his career, including: VerticalNet, ICGE, Savi Technologies, Autodesk and Sun Microsystems. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maine and holds an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, where he later served as an executive fellow at the Center for Digital Strategies. He has garnered numerous patents across several domains, served on the Senate’s High Tech Advisory Board, and has been named an “Innovator of the Year” by NASA. LaCorte is an investor and astronaut in training with Virgin Galactic, as well as an investor in Moon Express, designer of the next generation of robotic spacecraft systems.

  • Luis Dussan
    Luis Dussan Founder, CTO, Board Member
    Luis Dussan

    Luis Dussan

    Luis Dussan is a 20+ year veteran of the aerospace and defense industry. During his career at Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, Dussan’s research and development interests included smart and innovative sensor solutions for applications involving Information, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR), Targeting, Fire Control, LADAR/LIDAR and Autonomy. He started his career at NASA working for the Jet Propulsion Lab in the Deep Space Network that communicated with NASA planetary and deep space probes. He then spent the bulk of his career at Lockheed Martin in their Missiles and Fire Control Division working in the Advanced Concepts group and developing state-of-the-art ISR and Targeting systems, such as the well-known LM Advanced Targeting Pod found in virtually every major US airborne military asset. After LM, Dussan went to Northrop Grumman Laser Systems and took the post of Chief Technologist where he was responsible for managing that division’s Electro-Optical Sensors R&D.

    Dussan holds a BS in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, an MS in Quantum Optics and an MS in Optics & Photonics. He put his PhD in Computational Physics on hold to start AEye.

  • Bob Brown
    Bob Brown CFO
    Bob Brown

    Bob Brown

    Bob Brown comes to AEye with over 30 years of financial experience, completing over $20 billion in financing and M&A transactions. He has held CFO roles at Velodyne Lidar, Cepton Technologies, and VeriSilicon (SHA:688521). Earlier roles include VP positions at Cadence Design Systems (CDNS), LSI Corporation (acquired by Avago/Broadcom for $6.6 billion) and GetThere (acquired by Sabre for $757 million). Prior to that, Bob held several roles in finance at Hewlett-Packard. He started his career in banking with Security Pacific National Bank. Bob holds a B.S. in Business from Miami University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.

  • Rick Tewell
    Rick Tewell COO
    Rick Tewell

    Rick Tewell

    Tewell joins AEye from Velodyne Lidar, where he served most recently as Chief Operating Officer. During his career, Tewell has held progressively senior roles in both hardware and embedded software across industry-leading high technology companies, including NVIDIA, Freescale, NXP and VeriSilicon. He brings more than 30 years of engineering and operations experience, including two decades in automotive electronics.


  • T.R. Ramachandran
    T.R. Ramachandran Chief Product Officer
    T.R. Ramachandran

    T.R. Ramachandran

    T.R. Ramachandran brings over 23 years of experience in the technology industry to AEye, including global product launches and related marketing activities. Prior to AEye, he led marketing and product management at LiDAR companies Cepton and Velodyne. His deep experience in the LiDAR industry extends across several key markets, such as autonomous vehicles (AV), advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), intelligent transportation systems (ITS), and security. Among his prior roles, he also served as a Vice President at LSI Corp. and helped pave the way for its acquisition by Broadcom (Avago) in 2014. He holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Southern California, with a focus on InGaAs optoelectronics, as well as scanning probe-based imaging and nanotechnology.

  • Stephen Lambright
    Stephen Lambright SVP Marketing & Communications
    Stephen Lambright

    Stephen Lambright

    Stephen Lambright has more than 20 years experience in bringing new products, technologies, services, and ideas to the marketplace. He has led marketing, strategy, product and services organizations at leading technology companies such as Autodesk, Informix, Narus, NetObjects, and Savi. Steve was also the founder and CEO of Apprion – an innovative leader in industrial wireless technology. More recently, Steve led marketing and business development for XOJET, a pioneer in private aviation, and was the global head of marketing for PRG, the world’s largest entertainment technology company. Lambright holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Northwestern University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.


  • Andrew Hughes
    Andrew Hughes General Counsel
    Andrew Hughes

    Andrew Hughes

    Andrew brings decades of leadership experience negotiating technology-related transactions at high-growth companies. He has served at several Fortune 1000 companies, where he was responsible for negotiating domestic and international transactions, mitigating risk and legal exposure, and ensuring public company compliance. Most recently, he served as Vice President and General Counsel (US) at Renesas Electronics Corp., an automotive and industrial technology company with annual revenues of $6.7B in 2020. Prior to that, Andrew held General Counsel roles at a number of technology-driven companies including Intersil Corp., Ikanos Communications, Bell Microproducts, Inc., and LSI Logic Corporation. Andrew holds a BA in Sociology from UCLA and an MBA and JD from Santa Clara University.

  • Brent Blanchard
    Brent Blanchard SVP & GM Industrial & Mobility
    Brent Blanchard

    Brent Blanchard

    Brent is a results-focused leader with a track record of building high-performance, cross-functional teams that deliver unprecedented growth and global market expansion. He began his career as a Sales Engineer at Intel, eventually rising to Chief of Staff, where he worked hand-in-hand with the GM on marketing, strategies, and operations for a $25B business involving 2000 employees. He also served as Chief of Staff to the CEO and led the Global Channel business at LSI Corporation. Most recently, Brent was the VP of Global Sales of the Data and Devices Division at TE Connectivity, where he delivered $1B+ revenue and led a 300+ person global organization driving interconnect component sales at cloud, enterprise, and telecom OEMs. Brent holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Florida.

  • Jordan Greene
    Jordan Greene Co-Founder, GM of Automotive & VP of Corporate Development
    Jordan Greene

    Jordan Greene

    Jordan is responsible for AEye’s global automotive business, as well as for defining and managing the ongoing execution of AEye’s strategic business goals with partners, investors, and internally. Jordan was formerly an Operating Partner at Tri-Valley Capital, an early-stage investment firm focused on fostering companies at the intersection of hardware, software, and data. He co-led investments into a number of enterprise software-enabled companies, including AEye, Deep Sentinel, Vivalnk, 4DS, and more. Prior to Tri-Valley Capital, Jordan was the Co-Founder and Head of Business Development for VIRES Aeronautics, a startup focused on improving the aerodynamics of vehicles through new methods in mechanical design. A sought-after speaker frequently quoted in business and automotive publications, Jordan has been named a Forbes 30 Under 30, Informa Tech Automotive Inspiration of the Year, and Kairos 50. He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, with a concentration in engineering leadership.

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  • Rear Admiral David S. Bill III

    Rear Admiral David S. Bill III

    Rear Admiral David Bill is a highly decorated combat veteran with over 32 years of naval service, and is currently the Executive Director of the Naval Postgraduate School Foundation in Monterey, CA. He has held positions as Managing Director of a privately held development company, and served as CEO of Xslent, as well as CEO of the Northern California Golf Association. RADM Bill served as Commanding Officer of the USS Wisconsin, Deputy Commander in Chief of the U.S. Naval Forces Europe, and Head of Surface Ship and Combat Systems Directorate as a member of the Chief of the Naval Operations Staff. RADM Bill has been awarded a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, a Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit awards, and the Meritorious Service Medal. Bill attended the Royal Naval Staff College in Greenwich, England, and has an electrical engineering degree from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.

  • Jeff Clarke

    Jeff Clarke

    Jeff Clarke is the Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors of Kodak. Prior to joining Kodak, Clarke was a Managing Partner of Augusta Columbia Capital (ACC), a private investment firm he co-founded in 2012. From 2012 to 2014, Clarke was the Chairman of Travelport, Inc., a private, travel technology firm, where he served as CEO from 2006 to 2011, after leading its sale from Cendant Corporation to the Blackstone Group for $4.3 billion in 2006. Clarke was the Chief Operating Officer of CA, Inc., an enterprise software company, from 2004 to 2006. From 2002 to 2003, Clarke was Executive Vice President of Global Operations at HP where he was responsible for worldwide supply chain, manufacturing, procurement, and internet operations. Prior to HP, Clarke was the Chief Financial Officer of Compaq Computer. Clarke earned an MBA from Northeastern University, where he serves as a Trustee. He holds a B.A. in Economics from SUNY Geneseo.

  • Etienne Deffarges

    Etienne Deffarges

    Mr. Etienne Deffarges serves as a Co-Founder and Operating Partner at Chicago Pacific Founders. Prior, he was Vice Chairman and Executive Vice President at Accretive Health Inc. (now R1-RCM). He was an integral part of Accretive Health’s founding team, and took the company public in 2010, at an enterprise valuation of $1.2 billion. From 1999 until 2004, he was a Global Managing Partner and a member of the Executive Committee and Global Leadership Council at Accenture. Before joining Accenture, he spent 14 years at Booz Allen Hamilton where he served as a Senior Partner and Global Practice Leader of the energy, chemicals and pharmaceuticals practice. Mr. Deffarges holds BSc and MSc Degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from the French National School of Aeronautics and Aerospace, a MSc in Civil Engineering from UC Berkeley, and a MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar.

  • Keith Dierkx

    Keith Dierkx

    Mr. Dierkx has spent 30 years assisting freight, logistics and rail companies transform their operations. He is recently retired as an executive in IBM’s Travel and Transportation Global Markets organization and currently manages a strategic advisory service. Mr. Dierkx consults with start-ups and corporate transportation and supply chain companies on accelerating their digital transformation and innovation initiatives. He was previously Senior Vice President of Operations for Embarcadero Systems, the Information Technology arm of Marine Terminal Corporation (now PortsAmerica), a terminal operations and stevedoring company. He led the transformation of terminal operations through the utilization of digital technologies such as IoT, sensors, vision systems, and geo-spatial capabilities to automate and optimize processes. Mr. Dierkx was previously Vice President of Savi Technology, a pioneer in using technology to improve supply chain planning and operations, and began his career at AT&T. He holds a BA in History (of Science) with honors from UC Berkeley and received his MBA from Duke University.

  • James Doty, MD

    James Doty, MD

    James R. Doty, MD, is a clinical professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine and is the founder and director of the University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. Dr. Doty received his medical degree from Tulane University and completed his neurosurgery residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Dr. Doty served 9 years on active duty in the U.S Army attaining the rank of major and has completed fellowships in pediatric neurosurgery and electroneurophysiology.

  • Tim Dunn
    Tim Dunn

    Tim Dunn

    Timothy Dunn most recently served as an Operating Partner at TPG Capital, a private equity firm with more than $50 billion of assets under management. Prior to TPG, Mr. Dunn served as Chief Financial Officer at Hotwire from 2001-2005. Mr. Dunn served as Gap, Inc.’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer between 1998 and 2001. Prior to joining Gap, Mr. Dunn worked at PepsiCo in a series of finance and strategic planning roles. Over the course of his career, Mr. Dunn held several international roles, including in London as the Chief Financial Officer for Pizza Hut International for Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Earlier in his career, Mr. Dunn served as the Controller for PepsiCo Restaurants International and the Chief Financial Officer for Gap’s Domestic and International businesses. Mr. Dunn worked for PWC and is a CPA (inactive) in California. Mr. Dunn has served on private and public company boards, including Chair of the Audit Committee for two TPG portfolio companies — Ellucian, an ERP software company for higher education, and Vertafore, software company for insurance carriers, brokers, and agencies – as well as Nordstrom’s Federal Savings Bank, a credit card bank owned by Nordstrom. Mr. Dunn is also Chair of the Board for St Anthony Foundation, a preeminent non-profit in San Francisco. Mr. Dunn holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.

    Chair of the Audit Committee
    Member of the Compensation Committee

  • Elliot Garbus

    Elliot Garbus

    Mr. Garbus is a strategy & management consultant working with startups, established companies, and Venture Capital firms. Elliot retired from Intel in May of 2017, where he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Transportation Solutions Division, responsible for delivering Intel’s vision for connected cars, autonomous driving, and intelligent transportation systems. Having worked directly with technology companies, automotive manufactures, and automotive suppliers, Mr. Garbus has a unique perspective on the coming disruptive transformation that will occur as self-driving vehicles become reality. Elliot holds 15 US patents relating to microprocessor architecture and system design.

  • David Gardner

    David Gardner

    David Gardner has founded several successful imaging companies, including Silicon Mountain Design and Salvador Imaging, and has over 25 years of experience in the visible, NIR and SWIR imaging, with customers ranging from BMW to Lockheed Martin. He served as a consultant to NASA on several imaging programs and started the Salvador Foundation in 2007. Mr. Gardner has published numerous papers and holds patents related to imaging technology. In 2014, Mr. Gardner founded Quantum Imaging, Inc., which specializes in high-performance SWIR and low-light visible cameras. Mr. Gardner received a BS with honors in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri in 1984 with special emphasis in synthetic-aperture radar, and his MS in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado in 1987.

  • Willie Gault

    Willie Gault

    Willie Gault is a former NFL wide receiver and Olympic athlete. Gault was an All-American at the University of Tennessee from 1979 to 1982. He played in the National Football League for 11 seasons for the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Raiders. Considered one of the fastest NFL players of all-time, Gault was a member of the Chicago Bears team that won Super Bowl XX, and was also a participant of both the summer and winter U.S. Olympic teams. Gault is currently an investor, remains active, and holds several world records in masters track and field.

  • Dr. Bernd Gottschalk
    Dr. Bernd Gottschalk

    Dr. Bernd Gottschalk

    Prof. Dr. Gottschalk worked in various divisions at Daimler-Benz AG, including Assistant to the CEO, Plant Manager Mannheim (Engines, Buses, Foundry) and President of Mercedes-Benz Brazil from 1972 to 1996. In 1992, he was appointed ordinary member of the Managing Board of Mercedes-Benz AG, responsible for the Commercial Vehicles Division (trucks, vans, buses) worldwide. From 1997 until 2008, Prof. Dr. Gottschalk served as President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA). Prof. Dr. Gottschalk also had various responsibilities in the national and international industry over the years: he was President of the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA) in Paris and Vice President of the Federation of German Industries (BDI). Prof. Dr. Gottschalk is also founder, Owner and Managing Partner of AutoValue GmbH, Frankfurt, a provider of automotive expertise. Prof. Dr. Gottschalk is also a member of supervisory boards of various publicly-listed companies such as Schaeffler AG, Jost Werke AG, and Compagnie Plastic Omnium SA, Paris. Since November 2020 he has served as a Member of the Supervisory Board of Benteler International AG. Prof. Dr. Gottschalk, born in Lübeck, Germany, studied economics at the Universities of Hamburg, Saarbrücken and Stanford, California. He earned his doctorate in 1971 at the University of Hamburg.

    Member of the Audit Committee
    Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee


  • Tim Harris

    Tim Harris

    Mr. Timothy Harris is co-founder and CEO of Swift Navigation. Prior to Swift, he worked in supply chain consulting for ORSOFT Jaenicke GmbH in Halle, Germany, and in corporate finance for Emerge Digital Group, where he oversaw M&A and strategic partnerships for a digital media holding company. Tim holds a JD degree from Boston University and a BA degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

  • Greg Hitchan

    Greg Hitchan

    Greg Hitchan is a Founder and the Managing Partner of Tri Valley Ventures where he directs investments in early stage technology companies, such as AEye. Hitchan has over 20 years of experience in the investment business that includes forming and helping invest multiple billion-dollar funds and dozens of related investment partnerships. Hitchan was also a practicing M&A attorney in Palo Alto, representing both public and private companies, as well as several private equity firms. Hitchan received his BS from the U.S. Naval Academy, MS in Strategic Intelligence from the Defense Intelligence Agency, and JD from Stanford Law School.

  • Adrian Kaehler

    Adrian Kaehler

    Dr. Adrian Kaehler is an independent scientist, adviser, and start-up founder. He is currently founder and CEO of Giant.AI. His current research includes topics in deep learning, machine learning more generally, statistical modeling, and computer vision. Adrian received his Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Columbia University in 1998. Adrian has since held positions at Intel Corporation and the Stanford University AI Lab, is an Applied Invention Fellow, and was a member of the winning Stanley race team in the DARPA Grand Challenge. Dr. Kaehler was Vice President of Special Projects at Magic Leap, Inc., a startup company that raised over $1.4Bn in venture funding from 2014 to 2016. He is a co-founder of the Silicon Valley Deep Learning Group, has a wide variety of published papers and patents in physics, electrical engineering, computer science, and robotics.

  • Jonathan Lauckner

    Jonathan Lauckner

    Jon Lauckner brings unparalleled experience in integrating and commercializing automotive technology. Lauckner was formerly Chief Technology Officer of General Motors and President of GM Ventures. Prior to his retirement in July 2020, Jon was responsible for executing strategic investments in innovative companies developing next-generation technology. As GM’s Head of Research and Development, Jon was also actively involved in the development of the latest and most advanced technologies into GM vehicles. Over his 40+ year career at GM, Lauckner also held senior positions in Global Product Planning and Global Program Management.

  • Dr. Karl Thomas Neumann

    Dr. Karl Thomas Neumann

    Dr. Neumann has over 30 years of automotive industry knowledge and experience. He was CEO of the German automobile manufacturer Opel (GM Europe) from 2013 to 2017. Prior to Opel, Neumann held multiple positions with Volkswagen AG, including Head of Research, Director of Electronics Strategy, and CEO and Vice President of Volkswagen Group China. From 2004 to 2009, Neumann was CEO of the German auto supplier Continental AG, where he was responsible for the Automotive Systems Division and took company-wide responsibility for electric propulsion. He began his professional career at the Fraunhofer Institute as a research engineer, before moving to Motorola Semiconductor, where he worked as an engineer and strategy director responsible for the automobile industry. He studied electrical engineering at the Universities of Dortmund and Duisburg, where he was also awarded his doctorate. Dr. Neumann is a current board member for Hyundai Mobis,, and indie Semiconductor.

  • Frank Petznick

    Frank Petznick

    Frank Petznick has many years of experience developing and deploying innovative new technologies in the fields of electronics, infotainment and sensor technology. Currently, Mr. Petznick is the Executive Vice President of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems at Continental. Prior to joining Continental, Frank was Executive Vice President of Automated Driving at Hella and a member of Hella’s Electronics Executive Board. During his tenure at Hella, Mr. Petznick held executive roles on both a regional and global basis.

  • Scott Pfotenhauer

    Scott Pfotenhauer

    Mr. Pfotenhauer began his career at Intel in the mid 1970’s and has since been involved with numerous technology companies. Since joining Morgan Stanley in 1996, he developed and leveraged an expansive network of investment banking and wealth management resources to help clients formulate exit strategies for their businesses. He is a Senior Investment Management Consultant with Morgan Stanley, advising private clients and corporate executives. Pfotenhauer obtained both a BA and MBA in Business from California Coast University.

  • Ryan Popple

    Ryan Popple

    Mr. Popple is a General Partner at R7 and co-founder and executive director at Proterra, the leading innovator of zero-emission, battery-electric buses. Previously, Ryan served as President and CEO at Proterra, helping lead the company from early commercialization to over $100 million in annual revenue, and raising several hundred million dollars of equity financing to support Proterra’s growth. Prior to Proterra, he was a Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, where he sourced, led or supported investments in companies including Charge Point, Choose Energy, INRIX, Proterra, Telogis (Acquired) and Twitter (IPO). Ryan was an officer in the U.S. Army from 2000 to 2004, attended the College of William and Mary with an Army ROTC scholarship, served four years on active duty as a US Army officer, and attended Harvard Business School, graduating as a Baker Scholar in 2006.

  • Luke Schneider

    Luke Schneider

    Mr. Schneider is CEO of Silvercar, a personal transportation technology company combining hardware, software, and operations to provide innovative, seamless, branded customer experiences. Acquired by Audi in 2017, Silvercar has offerings in the rental car segment (Silvercar by Audi), auto dealership fleet management (Dealerware) and vehicle subscriptions (Audi select). Prior to joining Silvercar in early 2012, Schneider served as CTO of Zipcar, the world’s largest car-sharing company. He came to Zipcar by way of Flexcar, the United States’ first car-sharing company, where he served as CTO and VP of Strategy. Schneider conceived and drove development of new products, including the award-winning Zipcar iPhone app, which he debuted during a keynote presentation at Apple’s 2009 Worldwide Developer Conference. Schneider began his career at Ford Motor Company in 1992 and also served as SVP, Operations for Verticalnet, Inc., where he led post-merger integration efforts and product development for the software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider. Luke earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a MBA with specialization in Operations and Strategy from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.

  • John Stanfield

    John Stanfield

    Mr. Stanfield is an entrepreneur and adviser who has co-founded several startups, including Local Motion. Stanfield also served as VP of Connected Car at Avis Budget Group for 2 years. John Stanfield holds a B.S. in Physics from Central Washington University and master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering & Design from Stanford University. His prior experience includes:Product Development, Product Marketing, Business Strategy, and Venture Capital.

  • Charles P. Zuhoski

    Charles P. Zuhoski

    Charles P. Zuhoski is a retired Senior Vice President from Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc. He built a team of administrative, analytic and PhD level staff who provided extensive science and technology support to DARPA, Homeland Security, the Intelligence community, DOE and numerous other federal agencies. Before joining Booz Allen, Mr. Zuhoski was a Director of the Systems Analysis Group at United Technologies Corporation, where he provided operations and systems analysis support to the Comanche, X-Wing, and UH-60 programs. He retired from active duty in November, 1985. Mr. Zuhoski has a BS degree in Mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MS degree, with distinction, in Operations Research and System Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School. Mr. Zuhoski holds several Military and Civilian Awards.

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