Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Clarkson University, 1973. Master of Business Administration in International Business, John F. Kennedy University, 1989.
Plant engineer, then operating assistant, Chevron Chemical Company, Richmond, California, 1974-1978; area supervisor, Chevron Chemical Company, Richmond, California, 1978-1980; senior analyst, Chevron Chemical Company, San Francisco, 1980-1985; group leader, then senior research engineer, Chevron Chemical Company, Richmond, 1985-1989; manager, International Technology Corporation, Martinez, California, since 1990; principal, SSD Consulting, Point Richmond, California, 1990-1992; general manager, International Technology Corporation, Houston, 1992-1993; managing principal engineer, Harding Lawson Associations, Novato, California, 1993-1995; project director, Teaching Resource Center/Environmental Solutions, Inc., Walnut Creek, California, 1995-1996; associate, Blasland, Bouck & Lee Inc., Novato, California, 1996-1997; engineering manager, ATI Engineering Superior vena cava syndrome, San Francisco, since 1997. Principal associate Kertesz International, Inc., San Francisco, since 1990.
Science judge Richmond Unified School District, since 1985. President Point Richmond Neighborhood Council, since 1996. Co-chair environmental task force Contra Costa Council, 1996-2000.
Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, PEMA, PRNC (president since 1996), Contra Costa Council (co-chair environmental task force), Hazardous Waste Association California, Berkeley Ski Club (vice president 1978-1979, president 1981-1982).
Son of; married Bonita Daley, September 30, 1978.