Company: At the Table Productions Inc.
Location: Santa Monica, California, United States
Sherry Joy Barone, CEO/Co-Founder at At The Table Productions Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in transportation systems, unmanned vehicle technology and government technology projects with high-security clearance.
Ms. Barone ventured into engineering due to her curiosity with mathematics and science. Since she has retired, she started her own company, At The Table Productions. She founded this company upon recognizing that technology used to power transportation systems is obsolete. Launched in 2017, the company is aided by her specialized background in engineering and sharpened skillset. Prior to starting the company, she served as a senior project engineer for Hughes Aircraft/Raytheon, a position she joined in 1987. Prior to that, she served as a senior test engineer with ITT Gilfillian, a lead software engineer with RCA Astro-Electronics and a computer programmer with the Officer of Institutional Studies at the University of Maryland.
Intrigued by the field at an early age, Ms. Barone pursued her interests by first earning a Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland in 1982. She continued at National University, receiving an MBA summa cum laude in 1985. That same year, Ms. Barone also earned a MEngineering from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a registered professional engineer. Outside of her career endeavors, she consulted for the AMJ Consulting Firm and IBM. In 1982, she co-authored Children and Computers. The highlight of Ms. Barone’s career is working with technology and advanced design that aids in the protection of the world. She is also proud that the technology she has worked with supports the military.
Despite her retirement, Ms. Barone remains active in her industry and endeavors over the next several years to be revolutionizing transportation and detection of threats (guns, biological, chemical warfare, etc…) at schools. She hopes to procure funds for a system, the EO/IR = Electro-Optical/Infra-Red Sensors, that can detect guns in schools or in the parameter of the building. In her career, she maintained professional affiliation with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the American Computing Machinery Club, the Society of Women Engineers, the Society of Test Engineers, the Gilfillian Management Association, the ITT Ski Club and the National Defense Engineering Group.
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