IEEE Buenaventura
April 2017 Newsletter

In This Issue

Local IEEE Events

•  Apr 4: Have an Idea Let’s Talk - Join us at the next IEEE Start-Up Mixer Program - Hub101
•  Apr 12: High School Teams from Ventura County to Show Off Their Robots - CLU, Gilbert Room 253
•  Apr 20: CSUNSat1: A 2U CubeSat to Space Test a JPL Low Temperature Capable Power System - CLU, Gilbert Room 254
•  Apr 25: Enabling Higher Data Rates in Optical Communications - Skyworks, Lawrence Drive
•  Apr 26: CODONS: The Words of Life - CLU, Gilbert Room 253
•  Apr 27: IEEE Buenaventura Spring Mixer: Engineering Trivia Game Night - Hub101

Other IEEE Announcements

•  Become an IEEE Member Now and Save 50%

Other Local Happenings

•  Apr 25: VC Innovates: Entrée to Employment - Engineering & Energy

Reports from Previous Events

•  IEEE Buenaventura Section Gives Awards at Ventura County Science Fair 2017
•  Photos from Previous IEEE Events

Sponsors and Job Opportunities

•  Advanced Personnel Profiles
•  Engility Corporation
•  Avalon Staffing
•  Syntesis Global
•  Ameriprise Financial

Local IEEE Events

April 4, 2017
Have an Idea Let’s Talk – Join us at the next IEEE Start-Up Mixer Program

Free Drinks, Pizza, and Tour of CLU Hub101: 6:00 PM
Interactive Session: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Facilitator: Greg Monterrosa
Free admission. Please register at


Startup Communities + Entrepreneurial Engineers play critical roles in expanding our economy and creating jobs!

Come for co-working, stay for community. CLU Hub101 is a member-based co-working space and event venue for entrepreneurs, which in turn creates a positive impact in Ventura County. Just six weeks is all it takes to build a winning investor pitch deck, run experiments to get traction, learn from the best mentors in the region, refine your business model and get the edge you need to grow your startup into a business. Hub 101 was designed for entrepreneurs who are either working on their startup on evenings and weekends, or busy running their startup during the day; the new Hub101 incubator program format is made up of 6 weekly meetings on Monday evenings from 4pm-7pm at Hub101 in Westlake Village. To date, 20 startups have come through Hub101 incubator programs, and every founder has experienced a personal and professional growth not easily duplicated on their own.

If you have a good idea and are willing to work hard to see it through you too can find incredible succeed in the USA or even worldwide. Over 40 million American jobs have been created through startup companies over the last thirty years. Recovering from the deep recession in a sustainable manner depend on a community’s ability to innovate. The CLU Hub101 provides startups and entrepreneurs with space, community and mentorship.

About the Facilitator

Greg Monterrosa, Community Manager at Hub101: Greg’s passions lie in two distinct areas: tacos and startups. He is the Community Manager and one of the founders of Hub101, a startup incubator and coworking space located in Westlake Village, California with a mission of encouraging businesses to “create, launch, grow.” As a Startup Weekend global mentor and organizer, he is able to interact with and learn from the innovative minds behind startups worldwide. In 2011, the Pacific Coast Business Times selected him as one of the top 40 up-and-coming business leaders in the tri-county area. In 2015, he mentored over 100 different startups in France and London. In 2016, he received a 40 Under 40 award from the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce as well as Congressional recognition of his efforts in supporting the local startup community. In 2017, he joined the City of Thousand Oaks Business Roundtable. Monterrosa is also a speaker and Cofounder of one of the nation's leading business formations company, Greg organizes entrepreneurship related events, initiates and maintains working relationships with startup community members. Greg Monterrosa also serves as advisor for the Cal Lutheran University Entrepreneurship Club.


Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship
31416 Agoura Road
Westlake Village, CA 91361

Presented By: IEEE Buenaventura Section

April 12, 2017
High School Teams from Ventura County to Show Off Their Robots

Pizza and Networking: 6:30 PM
Presentation: 7:00 PM
Presenters: Students and mentors from Newbury Park High School, ACE Charter School, and Ventura High School
Meetings are free and open to the public. Please register at


FIRST® is the largest national robotics competition of its kind at the high school level. Students have only six weeks to design, build, program, and test a robot to perform against a field of competitors. he game, the rules and the robot specifications are different every year. This year, the game is FIRST® STEAMWORKSSM.

In this competition, students get to:
•  Work alongside mentors who volunteer their time and talents to guide each team.
•  Build and compete with a robot of their own design.
•  Learn and use sophisticated software and hardware.
•  Develop design, project management, programming, teamwork, strategic thinking, and Coopertition® skills.
•  Earn a chance to compete in the FIRST Championship.
•  Qualify for $50 million in available scholarships.

We will hear an introduction from the teams, followed (weather permitting) by an extended demonstration and Q&A outside. This is an excellent opportunity to get kids interested in science and engineering.


CLU - Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, 2nd Floor, Room 253
(Enter via west lobby)
California Lutheran University
130 Overton Court
Thousand Oaks, CA  91360

Parking: Free parking is available in the lot east of the Gilbert building. Additional free parking is available in the lot on the southwest corner of Olsen and Mountclef (map). Do not park in the faculty/staff/reserved lots.

Presented By: IEEE Buenaventura Computer Society Chapter

April 20, 2017
CSUNSat1: A 2U CubeSat to Space Test a JPL Low Temperature Capable Power System

Pizza and Networking: 6:30 PM
Presentation: 7:00 PM
Speakers: Jay Flynn and Sharlene Katz
Meetings are free and open to the public. Please register at


CSUNSat1 is the product of a California State University Northridge (CSUN) / Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) collaboration to space test a new low temperature capable power system. Engineers at JPL provided the payload consisting of a new cold temperature capable lithium ion battery technology and supercapacitors. A team of over 70 CSUN faculty and students designed, built, programmed, and tested the spacecraft that will carry this payload into low earth orbit and test the power system’s performance in space. The ground station located on the CSUN campus was also designed and programmed by the CSUN team. The collaboration began in 2013 as a program to improve the pipeline of engineering graduates from CSUN to JPL. With funding from a NASA Smallsat Technology Partnership grant and NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative, CSUNSat1 was completed and launched in March 2017. Professors Jay Flynn and Sharlene Katz will discuss the CSUNSat1 mission along with the challenges faced during its development.

About the Speakers

Professor Jay Flynn has been a part time faculty member the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at California State University, Northridge for seven years. He holds a B.S. (1977) degree in Electrical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a Master of Fine Arts (1981) degree from Northwestern University. Before joining the faculty, he spent thirty years as a consulting engineer, specializing in broadcasting and communications in both the U.S. and Europe. At CSUN he has led a number of research projects in the area of communications, signal processing, and software defined radio.

Professor Sharlene Katz, Ph. D., has been a faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at California State University, Northridge. For over 30 years. She graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with B.S. (1975), M.S. (1976), and Ph.D. (1986) degrees in Electrical Engineering. Her areas of research interest include communications systems, software defined radio, signal processing, electronics, and neural networks. Dr. Katz is a licensed professional engineer in the state of California.

Over the past 10 years, Professors Katz and Flynn have collaborated on a number of research projects for the military (Navy, Air Force) and industry in the fields of communications and signal processing. Typically these projects involve undergraduate and graduate students in the engineering program at CSUN. For the past four years, they have collaborated with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) on CSUNSat1, a 2U CubeSat now awaiting launch in March 2017.


CLU - Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, 2nd Floor, Room 254
(Enter via west lobby)
California Lutheran University
130 Overton Court
Thousand Oaks, CA  91360

Parking: Free parking is available in the lot east of the Gilbert building. Additional free parking is available in the lot on the southwest corner of Olsen and Mountclef (map). Do not park in the faculty/staff/reserved lots.

Presented By: IEEE Buenaventura Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society

Flyer (PDF)

April 25, 2017
Enabling Higher Data Rates in Optical Communications

Pizza and Networking: 6:30 PM
Presentation: 7:00 PM
Speaker: Michael Case
Meetings are free and open to the public. No registration required.


Demand for more data bandwidth has been and is forecast to continue exponential growth.  The demand that starts with an individual’s phone and office at 10’s of Mb/s is aggregated at community, city and country levels requiring Tb/s of data throughput over long haul networks.  Other aggregation points are data centers of cloud services, social media and entertainment providers within the server farms.  Optical interconnect is the highest bandwidth medium, and has been in place for long haul communication for decades, and these higher performance optical links are needed in the data centers to meet the ever increasing demand and growth of these computer farms.  And just as in cellular communications, modulation of the optical signals must become more complex to support more and more data.  Working with key strategic systems customers, Inphi has enabled 100 Gb/s 16-QAM to become commonplace in these aggregation points.  Recent papers demonstrate 64 QAM running at 64 Gsymbols/s for 600 Gb/s links for a single wavelength and single polarization.  Having two polarizations and more wavelengths multiples the throughput in a single fiber.  This talk will focus on what it takes from an electronics point of view to enable more and more aggregation of optical data.

About the Speaker

Dr. Michael Case (SM 1987) received his PhD in 1993 from the University of California at Santa Barbara where he developed the theory of solitary wave propagation in non-linear transmission lines for harmonic and large-amplitude picosecond impulse generation. He then joined Hughes Research Laboratories (now HRL LLC) developing state-of-the-art MMICs in InP, GaAs and SiGe for low noise, power and frequency conversion covering frequencies from S-band satellite links to sub-mm-wave imaging sensors. In 2001, Mike joined Inphi Corporation, which has been in the forefront of optical communications since its inception in 2000. Industry firsts such as 43 Gb/s CDR DMUX (ISSCC 2003), 28 Gbps CMOS SerDes (ISSCC 2012), and numerous advances in optical receiver and transmitter electronics through press release.


Skyworks Solutions
649 Lawrence Drive
Newbury Park, CA  91320
(Not the main building; please use link to arrow that pinpoints building)

Presented by:  IEEE Buenaventura Electron Devices/Circuits and Systems Chapter

Web page
Flyer (PDF)

April 26, 2017
CODONS: The Words of Life

Dinner (optional): Available at 6:00 PM for $12, payable at the door.
Presentation (free): 7:00 PM
Speaker: Bardia Besharat
Free admission to presentation. No registration required.


Without the codons of the genetic code, life on Earth as we know it would simply not exist. This talk aims to provide various insights into the crucial role that codons play in translating the genetic blueprint of life – encoded in the 4-letter alphabet of nucleic acids that comprise DNA and RNA – into the 20-letter alphabet of amino acids that comprise proteins. The talk will also touch on the role of genetic point mutations and frameshift errors in causing disease and/or spurring evolution, as well as the fundamental mathematical implications of codons being comprised of 3-letter "words" (also known as codon “triplets”) as opposed to other lengths (such as “doublets” or “quadruplets”).

About the Speaker

Bardia Besharat is a veteran of both Silicon Valley and Hollywood. He began his career at Intel Corporation as an electrical engineer where he worked on the i386, i486, and the Pentium family of microprocessors and chipsets, before transitioning to the role of technical program manager at two Southern California startups (GeoCities and Broadband Sports) during the dotcom era. Subsequently, he leapt into the world of Hollywood, first as a senior business analyst and operations consultant for the Universal Studios New Media Group, and eventually as Director of Video-on-Demand (VOD) Services at Ascent Media (a provider of creative and technical services to the media and entertainment industries) during which he was intimately involved with all aspects of new product development, technical marketing, product management, as well as the design of all related production processes and operations. After successfully launching and ramping Ascent Media’s VOD Services into high-volume production, Bardia became Director of Business Process Optimization and Systems Integration across company-wide operations until the acquisition of Ascent Media by Deluxe Entertainment Services, after which he transitioned to the role of Technical Consultant in the areas of digital supply-chain management, data analytics, and business intelligence.

Bardia’s academic background includes a BSEE from the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science and an MBA from The Anderson School of Management at UCLA. His latest professional interests revolve around helping startups apply rigorous, integrated, and consistent marketing principles to their new product development and product management strategies and decisions, while his latest personal interests lie at the intersection of computer science, information theory, and the life sciences (hence, his desire to give this talk and to share this fascinating topic with others).


CLU - Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, 2nd Floor, Room 253
(Enter via west lobby)
California Lutheran University
130 Overton Court
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Parking: Free parking is available in the lot east of the Gilbert building. Additional free parking is available in the lot on the southwest corner of Olsen and Mountclef (map). Do not park in the faculty/staff/reserved lots.

Presented by:  IEEE Buenaventura Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Chapter

Visit the EMBS web site for more information

April 27, 2017
IEEE Buenaventura Spring Mixer
Engineering Trivia Game Night
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Free admission. Please register at

Engineering Trivia Game Night


Meet others in the engineering and technical community

Be our guest, bring friends,

Meet new people

Network with engineers

Relax, & have fun

We will play engineering trivia games

Raffle and more.


Dinner buffet will be served

Event and dinner free of charge

Please register at


Cal Lutheran Center for Entrepreneurship
31416 Agoura Road
Westlake Village, CA 91361

Presented By: IEEE Buenaventura Section

Flyer (PDF)

Other IEEE Announcements

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Other Local Happenings

April 25, 2017
VC Innovates: Entrée to Employment - Engineering & Energy

Hello IEEE Member & Friends,

You are invited to be our guest at the VC Innovates signature event called Entrée to Employment Engineering & Energy on April 25th, 2017. By attending you support students across Ventura County including high schools, adult career and technical certification & training schools, and Colleges. It’s a chance to really impact the future of our county’s workforce.

Our April 25th event is at California State University Channel Island California from 6-8pm with a focus on the engineering and energy industries. Please take a moment to review the flyer for details and a link to sign-up for this year’s Entrée to Employment Engineering & Energy event or RSVP at the event registration site .

Entrée to Employment is a casual dinner, free of charge, where industry professionals such as you connect with faculty and students. Semi-facilitated small groups of conversations engage to help students with career exploration and preparation in specific career pathways, i.e., engineering.

Entrée to Employment can lead to a life changing experience for students! It often proves an equally inspiring event for our industry guests. I hope you will join us. Please let me know if you can attend and if there are any questions I can answer for you.

Darrell Gooden
Industry Liaison I
Engineering / Energy, Environmental & Utilities
Office  805.437.1451 I

Reports from Previous Events

IEEE Buenaventura Section Gives Awards at Ventura County Science Fair 2017

Ventura, March 28, 2017 - The Ventura County Science Fair was held in the Ventura County Fair Grounds with the organization of VC Office of Education. VCOE celebrated the 63rd anniversary of this premier annual event. Students from numerous middle and high schools of Ventura County displayed their science projects in fourteen different categories. The top three projects from each category were selected by volunteer judges from the local industries and academia. Top projects on each category have the option of entering the State Science Fair held on April 20. Participation in VCSF have been growing steadily since its inception in 1955 when eight budding scientists entered their projects. This year 850 students entered 720 projects in this event.

In addition to awards given by VCOE, special awards are given by professional organization and industries to exceptional projects. IEEE Buenaventura Section participated in this special awards category. All projects that generated or used electricity for the implementation of the project were eligible for IEEE special awards. This included projects that use computers. Six years ago when this award was introduced there were very few projects that fell in this category. This year there were over a 100 projects that met this criterion. This award is having a clear effect on increasing interest among students in the field of electrical engineering and computer science. It was encouraging to see many projects involved generation and storage of electricity. There is a saying that, "If enough people start thinking about solving a problem then the solution will reveal itself ".

IEEE judges selected four exceptional projects for these special awards. First prize went to the team of Sammy Pederson, Caroline Perez & Jonathan Van Hyning for their project "The Hyperloop". Second prize went to Mathew Brawder for his project "How to make a robotic IRIS". Third place went to Leif Rudling for their project "Aircraft Weight and Balance Calculator", and fourth place went to the team of Kendall Case & Hailiegh Nunez for their project "How does having a prosthetic arm affect daily life". 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th place winners received $225 ($75x3), $100, $75 & $50 ($25x2) prize respectively from IEEE BV Section. In addition, winners were awarded virtual reality headset from IEEE, which was very well received.

IEEE Buenaventura Section would like to thank Howard Turner (IEEE), Charles Seabury (IEEE) & Momin Quddus (IEEE) for judging in the special awards category and presenting the awards at the ceremony.

See the full report including photos from the event

Photos from Previous IEEE Events

Implementing Vision Feedback In A Closed Loop Servo For Robotics
Outstanding turnout for the talk from Robert L. Kay, who discussed how to "Implementing Vision Feedback In A Closed Loop Servo For Robotics." (photos)

IEEE Region 6 OpCom and Buenaventura Awards
Great representation of the Buenaventura Section of the IEEE Region 6 Operating Committee and Awards Event. Region 6 represents 35 Sections in the western part of the United States. (photos)

IEEE-HKN Induction Ceremony
Sana Sarfraz, IEEE Buenaventura Treasurer was inducted in the IEEE-HKN Eta Chapter by Dr. S. K Ramesh. This ceremony recognizes those who have conferred honor upon engineering by distinguished scholarship, activities, leadership and exemplary character as students in electrical or computer engineering or by their attainments in the IEEE fields of interest. (photos)

2017 National Engineering Week Banquet
IEEE Buenaventura honors Joel King as Engineer of the Year and Scott Moffit for the Project of the year. (photos)

STEAM Night at the Meadows Art and Technology Elementary School
Yasaman Damestani and Howard Turner represented IEEE at the STEAM Night at the Meadows Art and Technology Elementary School in Thousand Oaks on Thu Feb 23rd. Snap Electronics enabled to construct circuits to turn on various lighted elements. Thank you Yasaman and Howard for volunteering your time! (photos)

March Entrepreneurship Mixer (photos)

Journey to Jupiter
Fun evening learning from Tracy Drain about the spacecraft that went to Jupiter. (photos)


Advanced Personnel Profiles
Job Opportunities

Director, Regulatory Affairs
Alfred Mann Foundation (, Valencia

This is a key role in developing and implementing global regulatory strategies for Class II / III medical devices.  You will be the subject matter expert developing strategy for US and OUS clinical and pre-clinical trials.  Requires hands-on knowledge to prepare submissions and have a proven track records of success.  Must have 5-10 years experience with IDEs, PMAs, HDEs and 510(k)s.

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Sr. Firmware Engineer
Alfred Mann Foundation (, Valencia

Designs, develops, and tests embedded software systems. Graduate degree with a passion for Firmware Engineering and 5+ years experience as a technical contributor.  Experience in the medical industry (or other highly regulated industry) is a plus.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
•  Fluent in C and C++
•  Experience with assembly and Python desired
•  Experience with design of fault-tolerant systems
•  Demonstrated competency with at least one embedded microprocessors toolchains such as: Code Composer Studio, GNU toolchain, IAR cross-compiler.
•  Demonstrated competency with various RTOS such as uC/OS, uClinux, eCos, QNX, etc.
•  Experience using logic analyzers, oscilloscopes and writing automation code to control these instruments

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Senior Electronics Technician
Alfred Mann Foundation (, Valencia

Hands-on senior electronics technician to assist in design and development of medical devices, components and test equipment.  Responsible for assembly, test, modification and operation of electronic, electrical, mechanical and communications systems.  Experience with CAD and PCB design, electronic circuit simulation tools.  Prefer experience with testing integrated circuits, wire bonding and probe stations and ATE programming.

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Quality Assurance Engineer
Second Sight (, Sylmar

Broad based quality assurance position requiring 3-5 years medical device experience.  Will provide support in the design, development, manufacture and servicing of implantable medical device.  Will conduct or facilitate internal quality system audits.

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Enterprise Application Engineer
Second Sight (, Sylmar

This is a critical position for Second Sight responsible for establishing and maintaining enterprise-level software applications that directly support key business processes. Core activities include identification, installation, configuration, qualification, maintenance, administration, and training of these software systems.

Should have project management experience implementing systems such as MRP or ERP.  Must have Linux experience.

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Manager/Director Regulatory Affairs
Ventura County, CA

Well-established, successful and growing company is searching for a Regulatory Affairs Manager or Director (depending on experience).  Must have medical device experience with 5-10 years experience with 510(k)s.

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Sr. Regulatory Specialist
Bioness (, Valencia

Must have 5+ years of experience in medical device industry.  Working with minimal supervision, manage complex projects/products, including responsibility for the content, assembly, pre-final review, and filing of major medical device applications (e.g., IDEs, PMAs, 510(k)s) submitted to the FDA and foreign regulatory agencies.

Contact Pat Jacobs – 805-579-0630

Engility Corporation
Job Opportunities

Engility seeks Engineers, Software Professionals and Technicians to support multiple programs in Southern, CA.

Featured jobs at Pt. Mugu, CA are:

#22875 Senior Sensor Engineer – Electronic Warfare. BA/BS and 14+ years of related experience. Top Secret clearance. Electronic Warfare engineering experience in Navy Specific role, to include, but not limited to, any of the following: ALQ-99, ALQ-217, ASQ-239, ALR-66.

#22425 Lead Senior Software Engineer. MS/MA from an accredited college or university in an applicable Engineering, Mathematics, or Business discipline. A minimum of ten (10) years of Software Engineering experience with Navy Weapon/Combat Systems and associated equipment.

#23727 Senior Software Engineer – Experience building GUIs using MS Visual Studio. The selected applicant will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. US Citizenship is required to meet this obligation

#25642 Modeling and Simulation Software Engineer – will need to be able to obtain a clearance and have 3+ years of experience with GUIs in Visual Studio.Net. RTOS experience is also required.  Must be able to travel up to 10% of the time.

#23417 RF Engineer – Supporting Next Generation Jammer technology for NAVAIR. 5-8 years of experience in RF system design, preferably in high-power, UHF/VHF systems; antennas, transmitters, receivers, amplifiers

#24560 - Engineering - RF/Microwave Design. Strong knowledge and understanding of RF and/or system design at high frequencies

#26039 – ELINT Analyst to support Sensor Engineering/Database efforts. Needs existing Secret clearance.

#22969 – Senior Electronics Design Engineer with RF skills.

Featured jobs at Ridgecrest/China Lake, CA:

#21299 – RF Engineer in support of RADAR systems for Navy manned and unmanned RF Sensor Systems.

#22316 – Navigation Systems Engineer – will work on F/S-18 A-F design and functional operation of hardware, software and aircraft interfaces.

#23069 Engineer Scientist IV- Signals Processing – will support Modeling and Simulation. Linux OS,  C++ or Java, UML.

#24091 – RF Engineer – Radar and Radar Waveforms. Possess technical capabilities in the Advanced RF Signal Processing and RF Data Collection business areas, including for mono- and bi-static radar systems, assorted radar operating modes and UAS-based applications of RF technology

Also: Please enquire about RADAR work available in Virginia and Anti-Tamper and Systems Engineering opportunities at PAX River, MD if interested in relocating to the east coast.

For more information about these jobs, please visit our website or contact

Avalon Staffing
Job Opportunities

Some of our current openings:

•  Regulatory Compliance Engineer, Medical Device-Related,  Camarillo
•  Senior Controls Engineer, Medical-device-Related, Camarillo
•  Environmental, Health and Safety Manager, Petrochem, Southgate
•  VP of Continuous Improvement, Aviation, Burbank
•  Quality Engineer, Manufacturing, Oxnard
•  Tech Support, Computer Peripherals, Moorpark
•  Continuous Improvement Engineer, Aviation/Aerospace, Valencia
•  VP Sales/Marketing, Aviation, Burbank
•  Manager of Buying/Supply Chain, Aviation, Burbank

Please submit your resume to for further details.

Referrals are welcome - Avalon Staffing pays a $500 AMEX cash card for referrals.

Syntesis Global

Syntesis Global introduces the “New Standard” for Creating a Culture of Excellence in Leadership Development, Organizational Dynamics, Career Transitions and Outplacement Services: Syntesis Global™. With over thirty years of business experience, Syntesis Global™ offers state-of-the-art Performance Consulting through Executive Coaching, Change Management, Team Building, Organizational and Career Management services. Contact Rick Hernandez, President and CEO at

Ameriprise Financial

D. F. Rick Speidel, Financial Advisor
Managing Director
Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.
3027 Townsgate Rd Suite 200
Westlake Village, CA 91361-5863
O: 805.367.9015|F: 805.277.5156
Toll Free: 866.301.0449
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