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Barry Stevens says Hello world!

August 28, 2009

Born in the Bronx, raised in north Jersey, married for a wonderful 37 years to a women from Bayonne who is my soul mate, my partner and best friend, have two grown children with successful careers and a little bubbly granddaughter of 9 months.

I am a successful business developer with unique skills, experience and insight for leading technology driven enterprises through ideation, development and commercialization.

Have a depth and breadth of experience in a wide variety of industries, including renewable energy, consumer electronics, computer products, medical devices, chemicals & plastics, consulting, construction and technology.

Renewable energy experience includes H2 (hydrogen) – generation transportation and end-use, CNG (compressed natural gas), EV (electric vehicles), SmartGrid, biomass, geothermal, wind, and solar.

I am defined by:

  • More than 25 years of highly productive executive development and operations experience in globally competitive and demanding environments with RCA, CBS, Eastman Kodak, Memory-Tech a Mitsubishi joint venture, Alcon Labs., RadioShack and TBD America, Inc. a technology business development group,
  • Leading  R&D, engineering, development, manufacturing, operational, sales and marketing organizations to levels of higher productivity and quality and ultimately to critically acclaimed products,
  • Managing a wide variety of revenue-generating ventures with more profitable product lines including three high-tech manufacturing start-ups,
  • Demonstrating superior leadership and management skills.

Additionally, I obtained five U.S. patents, published many papers, presented at trade conferences and awarded several recognition awards for turning creativity into reality. Awarded Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Inorganic Chemistry from Rutgers University and a B.S. in Science (triple-major: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) from Fairleigh Dickenson University where I graduated Magna Cum Laude and Valedictorian.

As an expert witness for the plaintiff in a lawsuit against the U.S. government, my opinion statement was instrumental in awarding a multimillion settlement in  favor of the plaintiff.

My commentaries have been published by the New York Times, BusinessWeek and Time Magazine. Recent articles have appeared in New Generation O&G US, CE News and Construction Specifier.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 28, 2009 9:00 PM

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  2. Paul Koyich permalink
    January 15, 2010 4:55 AM

    Barry, just looking at the climate change questionaire, pity we don’t make a similar questionnaire about Occupational Health and Safety where day to day the corporations seem to be running away with all the money with little disregard for the Social and Environmental implications (pollution and work related injuries are rampant in the world).
    As a Safety Professional and Trainer, and an advocate of Defensive Driving “concepts” I will do whatever it takes to reduce the “bottom line” for preventable collisions, work related injuries and Environmental Impacts in whatever capacity I am assigned to in the company.
    Perhaps my personal philosophy will rub off on others, but my message is quite clear for all those that take the time and effort to increase there awareness, I think it is time to educate the population (and no I don’t mean “social networking”), I mean having a personal commitment to what we do for a living and as everybody is now coming to the realization that the “climate change issue” is totally misunderstood from the layman to the professional to the companies that may be taking advantage of the hype to get in on the “ground floor”. Example, why don’t more people “out of personal conviction” drive hybrid cars, I certainly plan to when I return to Canada.

    Having been in the Oil and Gas industry for 30 years, know that the Shell’s and ExxonMobil’s and BP”s of the world have control through “political” means, hence all the “lobbying” going on, which even comes to light in the LinkedIn Groups and blogs from group members.

    So back to Environmental issues, seems they are left to the companies to create Standards, with Regulatory Agencies in charge of compliance, where is the Corporate Social Responsibility in that statement?

    Paul Koyich, CET (ASET), HSE Advisor, Al Khor Community(pop.6000+), State of Qatar e-mail

  3. Sharon permalink
    January 24, 2017 11:28 AM

    Mr stevens, were you ever in Bremen Ga in 1981? If so I met you there at Holiday Inn and in Atlanta. Let me know if you are same person. If not sorry to bother you. Thank you Sharon

  4. Sharon permalink
    January 24, 2017 11:31 AM

    Sorry I deleted email account. Sharon

  5. January 24, 2017 12:41 PM

    Contact me at

    Barry Stevens

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