Richard W. Jesmajian
After 25 years with AT&T Labs
(formerly Bell Labs) as a systems and network engineer, I retired in December 2003.
My specialization was in designing distributed application architectures and
negotiating domestic and international application layer telecommunication
standards. Subsequent to AT&T, I operated a small consulting firm for
another five years doing contract work for Bell South, AT&T Labs and
Tektronics designing network management solutions and products as well as
providing marketing direction. During that period I worked for 18 months as an
employee of Tektronics, designing network management solutions for customers and
negotiating APIs. Early in 2009 I began teaching introductory and advanced Computer Science
courses at Brookdale Community College as an adjunct. Several years ago, I
expanded my part-time teaching activity to Monmouth University.
MS in Computer Science, Fairleigh Dickinson University
MBA, Monmouth University
B.S., Union College
AT&T Labs Standards Recognition Award: Email & Directory Service & Architecture.