Beverly has been with Engineered Systems since 1998, serving as editor for over a decade. Beverly also brings previous experience editing regional cultural magazines to the job. From working with authors to moderating Webinars and writing newsletters, he helps maintain ES’ reputation for delivering practical, insightful engineering information in an accessible, attractive way. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ehrlich is a well-known industry stakeholder and advocate of integrated and intelligent buildings. In 2004, he formed the Building Intelligence Group (www.buildingintelligencegroup.com), an independent consultancy, whose primary purpose is to help system suppliers, as well as building owners and man-agers, maneuver their operations through the vast changes prompted by open systems, convergence, and enterprise building management.
Dr. Stephanie Taylor is the CEO of Taylor Healthcare Commissioning, Inc. After working as a physician for many decades, Dr. Taylor obtained a Masters in Architecture as well as Infection Control certification. Her lifelong commitment to patient care includes focusing on improving the healthcare physical environment and clinical work processes to help patients heal quickly and save hospitals valuable dollars. Dr. Taylor is a graduate of Harvard Medical School (MD), and Norwich University (Masters Architecture). She has numerous research publications in Nature, Science, and other peer-reviewed journals. She can be contacted at MD@taylorcx.com or (860) 501-8950.
Nazee Hoglund, VP, Integrated Systems Product Management, joined Johnson Controls in January 2015. She is responsible for the global controls and energy optimization products strategy and roadmap, helping to ensure data, user experience and connectivity are driving product innovation. Previously, Nazee was at Intel, where she was General Manager and Senior Director of the Tablet Organization.
At Intel, she created the Product Management group in Mobile Division to help accelerate Intel's penetration into the mobile industry. Prior to Intel, Nazee worked for Motorola, Inc. as Director, Next Generation Product Management, where she worked on many successful product lines including the Droid X for Verizon. She started her career at Motorola as Manufacturing Engineer in 1994.