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Howard Associates, Partner

Founded in 1982

Howard Associates is a telecommunications/computer consulting endeavor. We’ve advised and trained in environments that range from “Fortune 100” to Government to small business. Spent several years presenting Networking seminars (2 and 3 day) on the "Holiday Inn" circuit.

I’m active in the Maine Science and Technology foundation and a director of The Maine Technology Institute (Technology Board).

Boston University, Adjunct Instructor

1982 to present

Computer Science Department. Teach a 101 course of my own design that has become the "standard". Graduate courses include one devoted to international, Fullbright Fellows. As an interesting diversion, taught one course per year at a Massachusetts' State Prison (1985-1994). In recent years all courses feature and emphasize Internet applications.

St. Joseph's College, Standish, Maine

1995 to present

Teach two computer science courses per semester. Recent offerings have included Systems Programming (CS405), Management Information Systems (CS301) and an Intro course (CS103).


York County Technical College, Wells, Maine                                                          1996 to 2000

Taught the "high end" networking course


                                                                ATT, Morristown, NJ                                                                Consultant  Liaison Manager


Successfully educated, advised and "romanced" the consultant community as ATT entered the competitive marketplace.

NYNEX (NET), Staff Manager-Training

1966 to 1981

Assignments include four years in the training arena and a variety of sales/marketing positions.


Boston University, BLS 1981

Interdisciplinary, liberal arts degree.

ADCOM, AT&T, Cooperstown, NY 1971

An intensive, technical MBA program underwritten by AT&T.


Tennis, trap/skeet, forestry, old Porsches and digital photography. Included in several “Who’s Who's” including Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America” and “Who’s Who in Science and Technology”.