Center for Technology and Management Education
Application developer, systems integrator, project manager, program manager, PMO director, scrum master and agile coach

Nathaniel Crews, MBA, PMP, has over 35 year of experience as an application developer, systems integrator, project manager, program manager, PMO director, scrum master and agile coach. He has managed over 30 projects, ranging from small projects to enterprise programs in aerospace, automotive, financial services, computer systems, software and telecommunication. He has worked in systems development and engineering, business analysis, and numerous project management methodologies including agile. His specialties include feasibility assessment, cost estimation, project risk analysis, project planning and staffing, stakeholder analysis, and vendor management.

He has worked with Alcatel Lucent, AT&T, Citibank, EMC, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, St. Joseph Hospital, Southern California Edison, and Thomson Reuters.

Mr. Crews was selected as a Technology Management Fellow by the Moore School of Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Crews is a Stanford University Certified Project Manager and holds several project management and technology certifications including Agile Certified Professional, Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Product Owner, Project Management Professional, Advanced Project Management Certification, and Certified Business Analyst Professional.

He holds an Executive Masters in technology management from the Wharton School of Business and Moore School of Engineering, an MBA with an emphasis in finance from Widener University and a bachelor of arts in mathematics/computer science from Clark University. He is currently completing his PhD in management with an emphasis in information systems management.

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