Title: Engineer (Retired)
Company: AFG Group
Location: Clifton, New Jersey, United States
David E. Geiger, Retired Engineer at the AFG Group, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in engineering.
Since his formative years, Mr. Geiger held an interest in radio and communications. Attending the Stevens Institute of Technology, he earned a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering, with honors, in 1976, followed by a Master of Science in electrical engineering in 1989. After gaining prominence in the field, he obtained a certificate in business administration from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2002. Mr. Geiger commenced his career as an engineer for University Manufacturing and Transistor Devices, Inc., between 1976 and 1977, later on becoming a member of the technical staff at ITT Defense Communications Division for the following two years. From 1981 to 1983, he served as an art director for Hudson Studios, and subsequently served as an engineer for myriad companies, including KDI Electronics, the Western Union Company, Merrimac Industries, and the Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.
During the latter half of his career, Mr. Geiger was an engineering consultant for Lehigh Technical Services, project staff engineer at PSE&G, and an engineer for the AFG Group, Inc., until his retirement in 2018. Alongside his primary endeavors, he served as the owner and home inspector for Hip Home Inspections, the president of the northern New Jersey chapter of Mensa International, and a volunteer at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Notably, Mensa International gave him a grant for the Paterson Public Library in New Jersey. He has further maintained affiliation with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
The author of multiple books, including “In the Matter of Edwin Potter: Mental Illness and Criminal Justice Reform,” “Reducing Recidivism,” “In the Joyful Noise” and “Change Happens: What Direction for NNJM,” which won a Mensa Award in 1995, Mr. Geiger has garnered several accolades. He received the Individual Recognition Award from Mensa International in 1995, as well as the Team Award from Con Edison for project excellence in 2013. In addition, he notably received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018. Looking toward the future, he intends to continue writing in the realms of mental health and criminal justice reform.
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