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data processing executive

Nicole Ann Bianco, American data processing executive. Member American Society Quality Control, Professional Software Programmers Association, Chicago Quality Assurance Association, Software Process Improvement Network.

Background

Bianco, Nicole Ann was born on September 30, 1949 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Welch Collerige and Ruth Ellen (Sacher) Everman.

Education

Certified, Pennsylvania State University, 1967.

Career

Programmer Radio Corporation of America, Moorestown, New Jersey, 1967-1969, Trenton (New Jersey) Trust Co, 1969-1971, Food Fair, Inc., Philadelphia, 1971-1973. Data processing officer Provident National Bank, 1973-1977. Grant coordinator Burlington County College, Pemberton, New Jersey, 1977-1979.

Assistant vice president Valley National Bank, Phoenix, 1979-1985. Consultant in field, 1985-1987. Director technical services Trak-Tech, Inc., 1987-1989.

Manager corporation management infosystems Motorola, Inc., Scottsdale, 1989—1992, manager software quality, from 1992, secretary software quality council Northbrook, Illinois, 1999—2000, chair software quality council, from 2000. Educator/teacher Computer Systems Development, Phoenix, 1985-1987. Advisory editor John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1986^.

Board member Chicago Software Process Improvement Network, 2000^.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (textbooks) Introduction to Data Base, 1985, Data Communications, 1985, Advanced Project Management, 1986. Author and development: (software) Parolee Trackimg System, 1987. Advisory editor Manning Press, since 1997.

      Contributor, columnist Software Quaid-i-Azam magazine, since 1997.

Membership

Member American Society Quality Control, Professional Software Programmers Association, Chicago Quality Assurance Association, Software Process Improvement Network.

Connections

Married William Joseph Bianco, August 19, 1971 (divorced).

father:
Welch Collerige Everman

mother:
Ruth Ellen (Sacher) Everman

spouse:
William Joseph Bianco