Agilis Engineer Wins Future Technology Leader Award
Agilis Engineering, Inc., is proud to announce that Ronald Balliram, a member of the Company’s mechanical design team, has been awarded the Future Technology Leader Award by The Engineers’ Council. The Future Technology Leader Award recognizes early-career professionals who have achieved significant accomplishments in engineering within the first five years of their career.
A not-for-profit organization founded in 1955, The Engineers’ Council annually awards leaders in engineering, education and special fields of work and public service. Over the past two years at Agilis, Ronald has focused on developing large-scale cost savings initiatives for a major OEM customer. He has helped reduce the cost of an engine component through feasibility studies, design for manufacturing, and thermal and structural 3D analysis.
“Ronald is one of our bright young engineers here at Agilis. He’s a smart, humble and creative problem solver and a true team player. We’re very proud of his accomplishments and congratulate him on being recognized by the Council as a young leader in the engineering profession,” says Agilis Founder and CEO, Frank O’Neill.
Ronald, who earned his BS in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Cum Laude, from the University of Florida, has most recently taken on a leadership role for key product improvements and cost reduction programs. He has also studied in Berlin, Germany, participating in workshops to generate new cost savings ideas.