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President - Rey Climacosa (CSEP)



Rey Climacosa is a lead systems engineer at Baker Hughes. He is responsible for implementing systems engineering principles to various projects for emissions management and sensor manufacturing.
Before his position at Baker Hughes, was a systems engineer at Barrios Technology and was responsible for implementing the use of IBM DOORS Next Generation (DNG) on the International Space Station (ISS) Mission and Program Integration (MAPI) Contract. He helped manage DNG upgrades in the NASA IT environment, performed system administration functions to ensure the DNG software is configured and operating, helped train personnel on the DNG software and was the project lead on the ISS documentation project.
Prior to working for Barrios Technology, Rey was a requirements engineer at TechnipFMC for 6.5 years where he worked on the Requirements Management System. Prior to TechnipFMC, Rey worked for 12 years at various NASA contractors working as a Test Project Engineer in the Johnson Space Center (JSC) Electronics Systems Test Laboratory (ESTL), Project Engineer on the Vehicle Health and Monitoring System (VHMS) Shuttle upgrade project, Systems Engineer and Project Manager on the Station-Shuttle Power Transfer System (SSPTS) upgrade project and as a Systems Safety Engineer for the Shuttle Remote Manipulator System (SRMS) also known as the Shuttle Robotic Arm.

Mr. Climacosa has earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University, and a Master of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Houston at Clear Lake. He also has an MBA from the University of Houston and is an INCOSE Certified Systems Engineer Professional (CSEP).

PAST President - Anthony Bullion (CSEP)

Bullion_picAnthony Bullion is a Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP), with over 20 years of experience in both aerospace and oil and gas, working for Jacobs Engineering at the Johnson Space Center (JSC).  In his aerospace career, he has worked in the test and verification organization of Orion, program management on International Space Station (ISS) Program, and in Space Shuttle Upgrades organization.  In his oil and gas career, he has worked as a field engineer and chemist in drilling and milling operations as well as leading organizations in requirements management and systems engineering to engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects.  

Anthony holds B.S. in Physics from Lamar University and M.S. in Physics and Systems Engineering from University of Houston at Clear Lake. 

Vice President/Web Master - Louis Huerta

Louis_HuertaMr. Huerta is the Sr. Systems Engineer at Nanoracks LLC overseeing development of Nanoracks system engineering process and development of the Nanoracks Outpost project. He also has over 15 years of experience at NASA.  Where he worked on the NASA Gateway Program as the Project Engineer and Testing Lead for the Exploration Software and Crew Operations (ESCO) CO24 group for the Gateway Portable Computer (GPC) Project. He worked in the NASA Flight Operations Directorate at JSC since October 2006.  Previous roles include working in the Flight Procedures and Planning group providing console support for the International Space Station as ODF and OCA Specialists. He also lead the International Procedure Viewer Suite software project to supply the ISS Crew and International Flight Control Team with electronic procedures and the Electronic Procedures Application Software Suite - Library Administration Tool software project in support of Exploration missions.

Mr. Huerta earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Missouri - Rolla in 2005 and a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from University of Houston - Clear Lake in 2020.

Communications -Tauseef Qazi (CSEP)

Louis_HuertaTauseef Qazi has been a key member of power systems applications group of Hitachi Energy (formerly Hitachi ABB Power Grids), since 2001, where he is known for realistic simulation experience when training utility operators on Operator Training Simulator (OTS). Tauseef has a diverse background and field experience in Process Control, Power Plants Commissioning, SCADA, and Enterprise Software. He has been a leading participant in Hitachi Energy’s development, engineering, and deployment of the Network Manager®/Ranger®/Global Ranger® OTS which are in use by several US and international electricity grid operators. Tauseef earned a Bachelor of Engineering in industrial electronics from the Institute of Industrial Electronics Engineering in 1994 and a Professional Master’s in Applied Systems Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2016. He is certified by INCOSE as Certified Systems Engineering Professional – CSEP. As a systems engineer, Power and Energy Systems, MBSE and System of Systems around software intensive systems interest him more.


Treasurer - Abe Hudson


AbeAbe Hudson is systems engineer at Barrios Technology working for the International Space Station (ISS) Program, Mission and Program Integration (MAPI) Contract. He has helped manage the operational ground rules, requirements, and constraints for the Space Station. Abe also worked on a Barrios contract for Transocean where he was a systems engineer on safety critical project.

 Prior to working for Barrios Technology, Abe was a requirements analysist for 11 years at United Space Alliance where he worked in the Space Shuttle Flight Software group. There, he worked with NASA Astronauts and the Astronaut Training Office to develop new flight displays for the Shuttle. Abe also performed Shuttle flight software verification and validation using a Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 5 process.  

Abe earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oklahoma in Aerospace Engineering.

Membership - Tony Williams (ESEP)


Tony WilliamsTony Williams is the Chief Engineer, Systems Engineering and Integration, at Jacobs Engineering developing flight systems for the Deep Space Gateway, Orion, Artemis, and International Space Station (ISS), and others. He served as Jacobs Engineering Project Manager the Orion Launch Abort System, planned for April 2019. Previously, he was the Jacobs Project Manager for the ISS Simplified Aid for EVA Rescue (SAFER), a complex safety-critical jetpack that provides final self-rescue opportunity for a stranded astronaut who has drifted from the ISS.

Tony was the INCOSE Americas Sector Director from 2017 - 2022.

Mr. Williams has earned a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Northrop University. He is an INCOSE Expert Systems Engineer Professional (ESEP).

Secretary - Robbin Cagle
Barrios LogoMs. Cagle is a System Engineer at Barrios Technology...... 


Ambassador (IOGP/ISO) - Heather Tisdale

Barrios LogoMrs. Tisdale....BIO TBD



Ambassador (OTC/SPE) - Elan Lingesan (CSEP)

Elan LingesanMr. Lingesan is a Interface Manager/Subsea System lead at Manatee, Inc............




Ambassador (AIAA) - Darby Cooper

Darby CooperBio
Mr. Cooper is a Division Technical Manager for Jacobs......



Ambassador (University Outreach) - Anthony Bullion

See Past President




Ambassador (PMI) - Open




Ambassador (O&G WG) - Vacant




Programs Director (Aerospace) - OPEN


Programs Director (Oil & Gas) Nominee - Open

Conference Chair Nominee - Open

Conference Technical Chair Nominee - Open