Bio: Michael Fedenyszen

Michael B. Fedenyszen
Symposium Awards Chairman

Phone: 617.965.4573

Instrumentation & Controls Engineer
R.G. Vanderweil Engineers LLP
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Michael has been an ISA member since 1977, active with the Boston Section Executive Board since 1990 elected and appointed to positions of: President, Secretary, Society Delegate, and is currently Nomination Committee chairman. In District 1 Michael held positions of District Vice President where he was Vice-chair of the Council of DVP’s. In addition, he served as District 1 Nominator, Workshop General Chairman, and Sessions Developer / Presenter for workshops.

In the national arena Michael is past Director of the WWID where he is the current Facilitator, H&A Chairman and Symposium Awards Chairman. He has maintained his activity in the Publications Department currently serving on the InTech, Editorial Advisory Board, and is Director of Books. Michael is also a member of the Standards & Practices committee S&P105: Loop Checks/SAT/FAT.

While WWID Division Director in 2010 he promoted the division scholarship program and advanced the first WWID Scholarship, and on behalf of the WWID received the societies Industry & Science Department Most Improved Division Award.

He is a recipient of the ISA Distinguished Society Service Award and has the distinction of authoring a featured article in ISA’s Motion Control journal, Those Wet And Wild Rides

ISA Philosophy: Michael believes that the local section is responsible for reaching out to its members as a means to enhance their professional status. He is established as a mentor to members seeking to advance within the society. Michael believes that the ISA is the foremost way by which its versatile membership can stay “tuned” to the latest changes in the technology of Measurement and Controls.

Michael is employed with Vanderweil Engineers, an MEP design and build consulting firm, in their corporate headquarters located in Boston, Massachusetts. He is an Instrumentation & Control (I&C) Engineer.