Board of Directors
The ES3's Board of Directors is focused on engineering creativity and excellence. We invest heavily
in a modern work environment and state of the art laboratory facilities. We have a targeted investment
strategy to advance those technical areas of interest to us and to our customers.
Teri Sgammato is ES3's Chief Executive Office and Chairman of ES3's Board of Directors. Teri has over 20
years experience in supporting the information technology, mechanical engineering, and aerospace industries.
She has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University and an MS in Engineering Physics from the
University of California at San Diego. The ES3 approach to growing our business starts by ensuring the complete
satisfaction of our current customers, requiring that our products and services incorporate the latest
technologies and growing expectations.
Chuck Dahms is ES3's Chief Financial Officer. Chuck has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of
California at Los Angeles and is a licensed professional mechanical engineer with more than 25 years experience.
Chuck heads ES3's staff of general
and administrative functions including Accounting, Purchasing, and Human Resources. Chuck's operating strategy
is to provide the most comprehensive yet cost effective general and administrative corporate support so ES3's
technical staff has all the resources to dedicate their efforts towards our customers and technical objectives.
Craig is responsible for all aerospace engineering activities at ES3. Craig has full authority for establishing
engineering policies/procedures, staffing, and teaming. Craig is a Landing Gear Engineer with 24 years of
relevant technical and program management experience. His technical expertise includes structural and material
aspects of landing gear spanning research, development, test and evaluation, design and analysis. Craig holds a
BS in Mechanical Engineering from Utah State University and an MS in Material Science and Engineering from
the University of Idaho. Craig once served as the USAF Landing Gear Lead Engineer for Heavyweight Aircraft.
Clint is a highly specialized technical expert who leads many critical technology development and implementation
efforts. His engineering expertise and more than 20 years experience spans all aspects of aircraft landing gear systems; including
structures, materials and processes, wheels and brakes, brake and steering control, and tires. Clint holds a BS
in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University
of Idaho. Clint once served as the USAF Landing Gear Lead Engineer for Lightweight Aircraft, and was the Landing
Gear Engineering Supervisor.
Doug is a landing gear engineer with an exceptional history of more than 20 years experience understanding the Air Force's priorities,
problem components, and promising technologies. Doug's technical expertise includes all aspects of landing gear
systems research, test and evaluation, design and analysis. Doug holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the
University of Utah. He has served as the USAF Lead Engineer for Heavyweight Aircraft, Deputy Director of the
Landing Gear Commodity Council, as well as the USAF Aging Landing Gear Life Extension (ALGLE) program manager
while in the USAF Landing Gear Engineering Branch.
Daniele has more than 30 years experience in engineering structural analysis and scientific computational methods development activities.
Daniele has a D.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering from Universita degli Studi di Pisa, Italy and an MS in Applied
Mechanics from the University of California at San Diego. Daniele leads the development of ES3 capabilities in
computational simulation modeling of highly dynamic systems and of post-failure structural response to
catastrophic events such as collisions, blasts, and penetrations.
Brett Bailey manages all ES3 information infrastructure, supporting company internal systems as well as
providing services contracted for by our customers. Brett manages a staff that provides a broad spectrum of
system administration services. They ensure exceptional system availability and performance for more than 500
users. They ensure the integrity of over 5 terabytes of critical aerospace technical data. Brett has a BA in
Computer Science and in Japanese from Weber State University and more than 15 years experience. He and his staff hold various certifications in
Oracle, Novell, UNIX, Cisco hub/routers, GroupWise, Windows and Macintosh.