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"A Great Leader must be diverse with


their leadership approach,


one leadership style is no longer effective in a

Diverse & Inclusive World."


— Nick E. Gilewski PhD, MBA, MSIT, CMRP,  PMP

Dr. Gilewski Engineering Manager and Coach

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES:  Currently employed Samsung Semi-Conductor in Austin, Texas as an Executive Engineering Manager and enjoys professional coaching executives and organizations. I have over 22 years’ experience in Engineering while managing union (IAM, USW, IOUE, BCT, IBEW, UWUA) and non-union employees. I also possesses a Six Sigma Green Belt Certification (2017) related to organizational continuous improvement, statistical quality control, and lean manufacturing. Lastly, I hold a PMP (Project Management Professional), CMRP (Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional) Certification and ICF (International Coaching Federation) Certification. Expertise in: Cross-functional team leadership, project management, electrical engineering system upgrades and maintenance, lean manufacturing 6 Sigma, renewable energy subject matter expert, and technical data analysis research for: NERC, FERC, RTO, ISO, NYISO. Sculpting Success with Dr. Nick Gilewski LLC

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Holds a Doctoral Degree (PhD., 2020) from Niagara University, an Undergraduate Degree (B.E.E.T., 2008) and a Master’s Degree (M.S.I.T., 2011) in Industrial Engineering from Buffalo State University. Also earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (M.B.A., 2016) from Medaille College, Buffalo, New York.

PUBLICATIONS:  Gilewski, N. (2011). Go Green Electrically: A Case Study Approach. Unpublished Master’s Degree Thesis, SUNY College at Buffalo.  Gilewski, N. (2020). The Current Impact and Future Implications of Renewable Energy on Generation and Distribution in Deregulated and Regulated States.

“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” – Winston Churchill, (1952)

ABSTRACT: At this very moment, the power grid, upon which the citizens of the U.S.A. and the world rely, is in a state of major transition. Energy cost fluctuations and bulk-power market volatility have increased, often the result of the proliferation of renewable energy and the decreased use of fossil fuel-based energy. While renewable energy is a boon to our environment, many contemporary policy-makers identify that fossil fuel-based energy may still need to be employed to keep the power systems functioning because they contend that, “… the sun does not always shine and the winds also become calm.”



ICF Coaching Certified
Certified Project Manager Professional
Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional
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