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Twishansh Mehta

Member-at-Large, VOLT

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experience

Chair, Ontario Section  
ASME, July 2011 to June 2012
(Non-profit / NGO)


Training Prime, Knowledge & Community Information & Communications Committee  
ASME, June 2010 to Present
(Non-profit / NGO)
Coordinated development of volunteer training material pertaining to volunteer unit communications policies, best practices, and communications theory. Presented basic training workshops on Effective Unit Communications to volunteer unit level leadership at annual training conferences. Served as liaison to Global Communities Operating Board to support the Board and its units communications requirements.

Manager, Supermarket Refrigeration  
Loblaw Companies Limited, August 2009 to Present, Brampton, Ontario Canada
(Refrigeration)
Manages procurement and installation of refrigeration systems and cases in new store constructions and store renovations through the development of specifications and the verification of adherence to specifications. Manages natural gas utility setup and coordinates communications and transactions with natural gas marketers, suppliers, utilities, and consultants for budgeting and the transacting of agreements. Explores and pursues new technology opportunities in the areas of supermarket refrigeration, building management, and energy reduction.

Chair, Student District Operating Board Operations Committee  
ASME, March 2009 to March 2010
(Non-profit / NGO)
Provided operational support and mentorship to student volunteers around the world leading their district's Student District Operating Board. Chaired and provided leadership training to student volunteers at the 2010 Student District Operating Board Leaders' Conference. Vice-chaired and provided leadership training to student volunteers at the 2009 Student District Operating Board Leaders' Conference.

Co-op Student, Onshore Reservoir Surveillance  
Shell Oil Company, May 2008 to August 2008, Calgary, Alberta Canada
(Natural Gas)
Performed well and reservoir characterization analyses using rate transient analysis software Topaze. Performed reservoir modeling through the creation of an integrated production model using reservoir modeling software Mbal. Presented findings to panel of reservoir engineers and technical specialists and produced a technical report for future reference.

District B Student Sections Committee Representative  
ASME, March 2008 to March 2010
(Non-profit / NGO)
Elected as Secretary for the 2008 Annual Meeting Student Sections Committee Meetings and Vice-Chair for the 2009 Annual Meeting Student Sections Committee Meetings. Served as a Member of the SPDC Futures Task Force and the Student Section Merit Based Funding Task Force, and Chaired the District B Student District Operating Board during this time. Presented multiple training sessions to future volunteer student leaders. Trained future student volunteers in leadership skills at the 2009 District B Student Leadership Seminar.

Product Test Specialist  
MDS Sciex, May 2006 to August 2007, Vaughan, Ontario Canada
(Biomedical Devices)
Performed manual and automated testing of software and software-hardware based pharmaceutical instruments for quality assurance and functionality standards in simulated and laboratory settings. Documented and maintained manual test suites, automated test scripts, and story tests to meet ISO 9001 standards in an Extreme Programming environment. Developed systems of tracking and logging test results and records to improve accessibility of these documents to auditors and fellow employees.

education

University of Toronto  
Managing People Essentials, Jan, 2011 to Jan, 2011
Continuing Studies Course Final Grade: A

University of Toronto  
Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Sep, 2004 to Jun, 2009
Honours Student in 2004 Fall, 2005 Winter, 2005 Fall, and 2008 Winter, and 2008 Fall Sessions.