STI Appoints Julio Estrada as Houston Training Center Manager


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STI Electronics Inc., announces the appointment of Julio Estrada as Training Center Manager for the Houston training center.

"Julio's skills will allow STI to have a local presence in the Gulf Coast area. Being bilingual, Julio will allow STI to better serve its Hispanic customer base," commented Pat Scott, Director of Training Services.

Along with teaching classes, Estrada will ensure that daily operations of the Houston training center run smoothly. Estrada also serves as the VP of Membership for the Houston chapter of the SMTA.

Estrada has trained personnel first on the NHB5300, then on the NASA-STD-8739 Workmanship Standards, and now on the IPC J-STD-001F, including the Space Addendum. Estrada has devoted his entire career to helping others achieve their goals by becoming proficient in the work they perform for their employers. He has worked at respected companies including the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and has experience developing course curriculum for premier companies such as NASA.

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