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Don is a native of New York and holds a Meteorology Degree from the State University of New York College at Oneonta and Master’s degrees in Procurement and Acquisition Management and National Security Strategy. In 2014, he was recognized by SUNY Oneonta as a Distinguished Alumni for his accomplishments in the field of meteorology and the US Military.
Don started his career in the United States Air Force. He served as Air Force One Weather Officer for President H.W. Bush and led several large weather operations centers focused on providing mission critical weather services to Air Force and Army operations. In 2007, he culminated a distinguished career as Base Commander at Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan, where he led 1,500 coalition forces and Kyrgyz contractors. Don retired as a Colonel in 2008 and is the holder of the Defense Superior Service Medal and Bronze Star.
Don also served four years in the US Government Senior Executive Service as the Director for Science and Technology at the National Weather Service. At Weather Service, his proudest accomplishment was the fielding of the WSR-88D Dual Polarization upgrade to 122 sites in the United States. Don also spent two years as a Vice President at Unisys Corporation, where he led the growth of the Navy business and jump started the migration of the Department of Interior financial applications into a commercial cloud.
A positive force for innovation within the military, civilian government and private sectors, he holds numerous awards for designing, planning and executing military operations and business solutions in some of the most complex environments in both the public and private sector.
Howard was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He holds both a BS and MBA in Managerial Accounting & International Business from New York University. In later years, he was commissioned as a visiting professor to Rutgers and Fairleigh Dickinson Universities. He is a successful entrepreneur, leads his own accounting firm and serves on the Executive Board of several independent companies.
Howard served 8 years in the US Navy as a Supply Officer performing executive-level duties in inventory control, financial management, physical distribution systems, petroleum management, personnel transportation and other related areas.
Howard is an experienced Certified Public Accountant (CPA), with over 30 years serving in various roles, including corporate accounting, CFO functions and launching several start up companies.
He brings TruWeather Solutions sage expertise in project management, new business development and strategic partnerships.
Nathan is a combat-hardened Purple Heart recipient who participated in both the Afghan and Iraqi campaigns. A retired Air Force veteran and degreed meteorologist, Nathan has led weather forecast operations responsible for protecting people and resources at Air Force and Army installations across the globe. He has worked hand in hand with operators and decision-makers in aviation, ground, and marine transportation, intelligence, logistics, and security operations to enhance safety, and provide advice and solutions to reduce non-productive time, optimizing asset allocation and return on investment. During his AF Career, Nathan led weather operations for Air Force One and the Air Force Chief of Staff. Nathan also contributed to the Federal Aviation Administration’s key weather modernization program, NEXGEN Network Enabled Weather (NNEW), instrumental for enhancing future passenger airline safety and reducing system-wide weather delays.
Jason is a professional forecaster working in the field since Oct 2007, with a B.S. in Meteorology from the State University of New York, College at Oneonta. Jason has worked in the field for 9 years providing actionable decision support for a variety of clients in the live event, oil & gas, sports, entertainment, energy, transportation, military, and other high value clients across the globe. Additionally, he has helped to develop emergency preparedness plans for a wide variety of clients which have been approved by the National Weather Service Storm Ready program. During his career, Jason has managed and developed new teams for a variety of companies to provide detailed, accurate, and timely meteorological information to protect client assets and personnel.
Meghan Conway is a Project Scientist and Forecaster at TWS, focusing on road weather applications and microscale weather for the safe operations of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles conducting Beyond Line of View Operations. Meghan graduated from University of Oklahoma in 2015 with a B.S. in Meteorology. Before graduating, she was awarded a summer internship at the Philadelphia NWS office and was a forecast leader for the Oklahoma Weather Lab at OU. During her final year there, Meghan also held a position as a student research assistant. Directly after graduating, Meghan started graduate school at University at Albany, SUNY and received a M.S. in Atmospheric Science. During her time at UAlbany, her research consisted of studying the sensitivity of a New York mixed precipitation event to changes in both initial condition and model physics in the WRF model. Additionally, she was a teaching assistant for two semesters aiding in lectures and teaching for an Introduction to Climate course.
Mike graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2014 with degrees in Political Science, Marine Affairs, and a minor in Latin. He played football for URI as a defensive tackle during that time. In 2016, Mike completed his Master‘s Degree in Marine Affairs with a thesis focused on Marine Spatial Planning and the quality of recreational-spatial data sets. He served as a Teaching Assistant for GIS education, and a Research Assistant, completing GIS mapping for the Coastal Resource Management Council in Rhode Island. He has published several papers analyzing Rhode Island’s coastal lagoons. Mike is actively working for the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission as a data manager for Recreational Fisheries. He is also leveraging his past work experience at Matunuck Oyster Farm, as an Aquaculture Specialist, to assist TruWeather Solutions in developing an Aquaculture product offering to improve shellfish safety, and shellfish industry productivity and management.