Bruce Cameron is a Partner with Technology Strategy Partners, where he leads our automotive and medical devices practices. He has worked with more than 60 Fortune 500 firms in high tech, aerospace, transportation, and consumer goods, including BP, Dell, Nokia, Caterpillar, AMGEN, Verizon, and NASA. Dr. Cameron has taught system architecture and technology strategy at the Sloan School of Management and in the School of Engineering at MIT.
Previously, Dr. Cameron worked in high tech and banking, where he built advanced analytics for managing complex development programs. Earlier in his career, he was a system engineer at MDA Space Systems, and has built hardware currently in orbit. He is a past board member of the University of Toronto.
Timothy Simpson is a Partner with Technology Strategy Partners, where he leads our consumer products and white goods practices. He has collaborated with more than 30 companies, including B/E Aerospace, Black & Decker, Bosch, Carrier, Electrolux, Flowserve, GE, LG Electronics, Lutron, Philips Medical, United Technologies, and Whirlpool. He has engaged more than 750 practicing designers, engineers, product managers, project managers, and executives from more than 100 firms in past workshops.
Dr. Simpson has taught mechanical and industrial engineering Penn State, Georgia Tech, and MIT. He is a recipient of awards for excellence in research and teaching from ASME, AIAA, ASEE, and the National Science Foundation.
Ben Levitt is a Consultant with Technology Strategy Partners who specializes in program management and systems engineering. Ben previously held several management roles at Raytheon, including project manager, predictive analytics engineer, software requirements project manager, and product test lead. His responsibilities included systems engineering on multi-billion international programs. Ben has been recognized with technical leadership awards.
Ben holds a master’s degree in System Design and Management from MIT and a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Lehigh University.
Alicia McNeill is a Consultant with Technology Strategy Partners, where she has worked closely with clients in medical devices, aerospace and defense, and oil and gas. Previously, Alicia was responsible for budgeting and corporate finance at Vertex Pharmaceuticals. Earlier in her career, Alicia worked in aerospace and defense in a variety of roles including program management, system engineering, and business development.
Alicia holds a master’s degree in System Design and Management from MIT and a B.S. in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering from Cornell University.