Edward Stanfield

Contributor

I started my career at Rockwell International with the lofty title of Engineer-Scientist I. Sounds impressive. But, it was the title of every entry-level engineer. My next job was a project manager with a small telecom firm that was quickly swallowed up by Nortel. I lasted there for 20 years in a variety of roles. When the company finally imploded, a couple of us started our own business in consumer electronics. Along the way I've worked as a Writer, Inventor, Business Founder, IT Manager, Entrepreneur, Project Manager, Machinist, Press Operator and Photographer.