Welcome to the Wasatch Chapter

We serve the Utah systems engineering community.


We provide systems engineering presentations, conferences, training, scholarships, certification, and networking opportunities. We are proudly affiliated with the Utah Engineers Council.

We support Hill Air Force Base, the second largest U.S. Air Force Base in the country.

Our membership resides throughout Utah: Salt Lake City, Layton, Logan, Ogden, Provo, Saint George, and points in between.  We named the chapter "Wasatch" (pronounced Wah-sach)--for the Wasatch Mountain Range--to identify with our region but not to convey boundaries on membership.  We invite all members and non-members to chapter activities.

Chapter Events

Wasatch Chapter Holiday Social Event Sponsored by KIHOMAC

Wasatch Chapter Plans for 2017 & KIHOMAC Tour

Wasatch Chapter Meeting -- Charlie Vono, The Rise of Long-lived Complex Systems and How to Sustain Them

Chapter News

INCOSE Wasatch Chapter Celebrates 7th Annual Holiday Social

Call for Employers - Student Career Fair Virtual Booths

REGISTRATION OPEN - On-Demand 24/7 Viewing - Thru May 17, 2021 - 14th Annual NC-GLRC Regional Conference

We provide value to our members by providing relevant systems engineering presentations, networking events, and opportunities to develop leadership through local, national, or international INCOSE roles.

The INCOSE Wasatch Chapter is a member society of the Utah Engineers Council (UEC). We are proud to be associated with the UEC and to collaborate with our fellow member engineering societies.

Mission Statement

The INCOSE Wasatch Chapter fosters a world-class systems engineering environment for its current and future membership.

We believe that systems engineering principles and practices offer the best solution for Utah companies and organizations competing in today's global marketplace, and that the proper application of systems engineering can contribute to the overall betterment of the social, economic, and environmental condition of the area.  When the aim is to improve cost, quality, and schedule performance--whether in industry, government, or education--we believe that systems engineering provides the most viable structured approach for doing so.

Strategy

  1. Improve the systems engineering work environment for our members by educating business leaders and corporate middle management regarding the business case and key success factors for systems engineering projects.
  2. Improve the performance of systems engineering teams by encouraging INCOSE members to take advantage of INCOSE resources (e.g., the SE Handbook, SE Certification, etc.).
  3. Promote the benefits of systems engineering and INCOSE in general while establishing liaisons and synergistic partnerships with key institutions, organizations, and individuals.

Officers for 2021

Name Officer Role Company 
Paul WhitePresidentBAE Systems
Aaron Borden
Vice President
Rachel GeerlingsSecretaryNorthrop Grumman
Ernest KyedTreasurerNorthrop Grumman
Amy GarciaDirector-at-Large 
Vince JohnstonDirector-at-Large L-3 Harris
John McCrea, 1st Lt, USAFDirector-at-LargeAFNWC/NIAB - Hill Air Force Base
Paul NelsonDirector-at-LargeNorthrop Grumman

We thank our officers who served in 2020 and are continuing their service in 2021. Welcome, Aaron Borden and Amy Garcia, to our team!

Questions?

You may contact Paul White, Chapter President, at Paul.White@kihomac.com.

Find out more by visiting the  WASATCH YAMMER  community today!