Senior Mechanical Engineer
Areas of Expertise:
Analysis and Testing
Slip and Fall
Aerial Work Platforms
Engineering Systems Safety
Suzanne Glowiak-Hilton is a well respected Sr. Mechanical and forensic engineer with 23 years of experience. Ms. Glowiak-Hilton holds a Masters Degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
After graduating from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Ms. Glowiak-Hilton worked at Triodyne Inc, a mechanical engineering firm specializing in the safety of engineering systems and mechanical devices. While at Triodyne, she was responsible for safety analysis and testing of industrial and consumer products, on-site accident investigation, accident reconstruction, research in safety-related subjects, and mechanical design and analysis of human locomotion.
Prior to joining CED, Ms. Glowiak-Hilton also held the role of affiliated consultant with Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. in the Chicago area where she was retained as a premise liability expert and a safety analysis engineer who testified on both the state and federal court level.
Additionally, Ms. Glowiak-Hitlon has been a sitting member on the American National Standards Institute and the Robotic Institute of America and has been instrumental in developing standards for safety requirements and Robotics.
She is also a Certified Training Instructor of Aerial Work Platforms and Rough-Terrain Forklifts, a Certified XL Tribometrist (CXLT) and OSHA Safety Certified.
Masters in Manufacturing Engineering, Northwestern University Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Illinois Institute of Technology
Societies &: Honors:
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Robotics International of SME
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Illinois Assoc. of Park Districts
Clinton Stryker Award
ASME Petroleum Division Award
Alumni Association, Outstanding Senior Award
Pi Tau Sigma-Mechanical Engineering Honorary
Human Factors & Ergonomics
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