by Marie P.
I started with RCA back in 1981 in Camden, New Jersey. I worked in the factory, starting out as an assembler of circuit boards and similar type equipment. Next, I was wirer of harnesses and cables. In 1991, I was selected to go to a new plant called Regional Electronics Center (REC) South in Bridgeport, New Jersey, where I was a subject matter expert in assembly, machinery and testing. In 1994, the REC South plant closed, and I was forced to find employment elsewhere. I went to Harris School of Business with a GPA of 3.9. I then had some jobs at other places and was rehired with Lockheed Martin in 2001. I was very grateful that I got all of my company time back. Since then, I have been a publication coordinator specialist, a technical writer and a customer trainer.