Joseph J. Villademoros Jr.
             Curriculum Vita

Profession: Educator

Doctoral :  Business Administration ( American University)
(Doctoral Dissertation: "The effects of the Communist Manifesto on the Economy of the  
                               United States") {1996}
Masters     Business Administration  (American University) {1986}
Bachelor   Business Administration  (American University) {1976}
Associate  Electronics Engineering    (Hills. Com. Coll.) {1974}
High School      Jefferson HS (Tampa) {1957}


Works/Contributions

The Principles of CW/Doppler Radar, (1976) Weston Publishing

Essentials of Organizational Behavior, (1984) Prentice Hall

Business Communication, (1987) Merrill Publishing

Business Strategy, (1991) Houghton Mifflin

Business Law, (1992) Houghton Mifflin

Study Guide for Radar Certification Exam. (2004) ISCET

Tutorial for Electronics Service Assistant (ESA-1) Exam, 2005 ISCET

Revision of Element 3 (Electronics Communications) as wireless comunications expert for the Federal Communications Comission. March 2005

Study Guide for Maintenance Service Technicians Examination/ (2006), ISCET

Magazine Article Contributions: ProService Magazine -- The Xobon Focus

 Industrial Electronics Learning Course for Lockheed Corp. at Cape Canaveral. 

Exams for FCC testing, Elements 1,3,7,8,& 9 Completed August 2009.

The Red Pill Report (MENSA 2010)

Organizations:

Volunteer: Guardian Ad Litem Program

Volunteer: ABC Action News Consumer Affairs. (Call for Action)

Member: MENSA Mensa has three stated purposes: to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity, to encourage research in the nature, characteristics and uses of intelligence, and to promote stimulating intellectual and social opportunities for its members.


Member/Volunteer: International Society Of Certified Electronics  Tech. (ISCET) Dr. Villademoros has been a member of ISCET since 1972 and has been serving on the ISCET Board since 1998, currently serving as ISCET  President. Dr. Villademoros has received honors as the number one certification administrator for ISCET on three occasions, and has been one of the top ten administrators for the last 25 years. 


Member: NCEE, (National Coalition on Electronics Education) Currently serving as SME (Subject Matter Expert) to NCEE,  Wireless Communications Committee Chairman. Most recently completed re-writing of Element 3 (Electronics Communications) for the Federal Communications Comission.

Member: Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)

Member/Volunteer: Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. (AFCEA)
               (Serving on the Scholarship and Membership Committees )

Member: Florida Association of Accountants and Tax Professionals

Member:  Citizens for a Sound Economy

Member: American Drafters & Designers Association
               (ACCREDITED TEST ADMINISTRATOR)

Member: Minority Technical Council

Member: Voices For Children

Ocupational History:
Served in the U. S. Army from l957 to 1980 as a Chief Warrant Officer in U.S. Army Air Defense Systems.  Visit my other Web Site http://www.30thbrigade.org

During the period 1980-1985,  Chief Operating Officer, Industrial Marine Electronics, Inc. in Tampa. 

During the period 1985 through 2002 served as, Chairman of Electronics Engineering, and Chairman of the Computer Aided Drafting Departments at ITT Technical Institute in Tampa. 

During the period 2002 through 2009 served as Member of the ABC Action News  investigating Consumer Complaints.

Currently serving as a Guardian ad Litem for the 13th Circuit Court.

Serves as the CEO of Xobon, Inc., and serves on the Board of Governors, for: 
International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians
Albright Health, Inc., 
C&M Concessions, Inc., 
Knowledge Innovation Design, Inc., 
Sun City Electronics, Inc., 
and Internet Xtreme, Inc.