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Updates and Accomplishments
The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc. (MSG) has named John M. Havrilla, M.S. ’98, CHMM, as an Associate in the firm. Havrilla serves as Director of Compliance Management Services at MSG and has 30 years of experience including three years with MSG. Havrilla provides guidance on certifications and registrations, including International Organization for Standardization (ISO) audits. He also supports industrial clientele with regulatory compliance obligation management as well as completing environmental, health and safety compliance audits. Havrilla holds a master’s degree in Hazardous Materials Management from Wayne State University (1998) and is a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM).
Dr. Nariman Ammar has accepted a post-doctoral fellow position in the Center of Biomedical Informatics, in the College of Pediatrics, at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. She works in the Le Bonheur Children's hospital with a multidisciplinary team using cutting edge computational methods and technologies in various applications in healthcare and medicine to support clinical and public health decisions to improve the health of individuals and populations, narrow health disparities, decrease healthcare costs, and improve overall human well-being.
George Tsakoff, is a shareholder at OHM Advisors. He has been with the community advancement firm since 2014 as a member of the municipal group. Tsakoff now leads five clients and more than $1 million in revenue as principal-in-charge and senior project manager.
M.H. Hassan, a research scientist and inventor with Innovate LLC, has published the second edition of the book, Systems Engineering. It examines innovation and evaluates the components of the systems engineering process which best drive the innovation process to develop new systems and products. Hassan has published many peer-reviewed scientific papers and books and was granted three US utility patents. His books are available on amazon.com.
Carrie Warren is the recipient of the 2018 Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Director's Award - the department's highest honor for outstanding service. Warren was honored in the professional, specialist category. She was recognized for her ability to engage customers, foster positive interactions and increase public confidence in MDOT.
Keith Alan Johnson, died December 9, 2018. He worked as an Industrial Engineer for Axalta Coating Systems for more than 25 years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing and anything that had to do with the great outdoors. He was also actively involved in Grosse Pointe Animal Adoption Society. Johnson is survived by his wife of 29 years, Sandra; brother, John Shannon (Imelda) Johnson; nieces and nephews Sarah, Anna, Richard, Madaline and Joseph; and great nephew Arden.