Mary Anne Wassenberg
6682 Colonnades Drive
Warrenton, VA 20187
(703) 819-1317
Mary Anne Wassenberg
Entrepreneurial Coaching
Business Development
 Project Management
 Systems Engineering


Success Empowerment Consultant with extensive experience in entrepreneurial coaching, project management, technical marketing, business process reengineering, risk analysis, transition planning, technology insertion, requirements analysis, system architecture, database design, product development, process improvement, and other techniques that significantly contribute to the achievement of business objectives.  Demonstrated ability in pursuing diverse defense, civilian,  and commercial markets within communications and systems integration industries.


SET International, Clifton, Virginia.
Entrepreneurial Training/Coaching – Success Empowerment Consultant,  March 2010 to present.
Americana Leadership College, Washington, DC.
Professional Training/Coaching – Personal Growth and Leadership Consultant,  May 2004 to present., Warrenton, Virginia.
Web Development – Business Manager and Consultant,  January 2003 to August 2009, April 2000 to November 2000.
Sapphire Technologies, McLean, Virginia.
Business/Product Development  – Consultant, December 2000 to December 2002. DynCorp Information Systems (formerly GTE Government Systems), Chantilly, Virginia.
Business/Product Development – Manager, November 1997 to March 2000.
Business/Product Development – Technical Staff,  January 1995 to October 1997.
Systems Engineering – Technical Staff, January 1992 to December 1994. GTE Government Systems (now General Dynamics), Westborough and Billerica, Massachusetts.
Software Systems Engineering  – Technical Staff, February 1987 to December 1991. GTE Laboratories (now Verizon Communications), Waltham, Massachusetts.
Telecommunications Research – Technical Staff, November 1984 to January 1987. GTE Communications Systems (now Lucent Technologies), Phoenix, Arizona, and Northlake, Illinois.
Advanced Planning – Technical Staff, July 1979 to October 1984.


Platforms and Operating Systems: Sun with UNIX, DEC VAX with VMS or Ultrix (native UNIX), IBM 370s with MVS, Honeywell DPS8 with GCOS8, IBM PCs with Windows XP, NT, or 2000, and Apples with MacOS.

Programming Languages: Ada, Assembler (8086 and M68000), "C", HTML, Javascript, JCL, Pascal, PL/1, SCL, and SLAM.

Methodologies: BPR, FEA, IDEF, OMT (Object Modeling Technique), OOA, OOD, ROOM (Real-time Object-Oriented ModelingRUP (Rational Unified Process), and other techniques.

Tools: CASE tools including Meta Software Design/IDEF and Rational Analyst Studio; UNIX tools including YACC, LEX, and M4; SQL tools for Oracle, Microsoft Access, and other databases; office automation tools including Clarify Front Office, Microsoft Project, PowerPoint, Excel, Visio, and Word; simulator/emulator tools including Teledyne Brown and EZ-PRO; web development tools such as Atomz, Linkbot, Net Mechanic, W3e2000, and Website Garage.


Master of Science, Systems Engineering (Software Option), Boston University, 1989, Final Project: CD-ROM Index and Retrieval System

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics/Psychology, University of Notre Dame, 1979


Corporate Initiatives: Requirements Analyst for intranet site, Technical Writer and Editor for Internet site, ISO9001 Steering and Review Committee Member, Process Improvement Task Force Member (Delivery Order Management and New Hire Mentoring)

Awards: GTE Excellence Awards for IY2KCC, CIOSP, ISO, OSCAR, GETS, AFC2S, and JWIS

Societies: IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Communications Society, Women In Technology (Mentoring Committee, Web Development Chair), Toastmasters International (Area Governor)

Languages: English, French, learning German and Hungarian

Clearance: Secret, Inactive Since March 2000

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