Curtis Potterveld has 18 years experience in systems engineering for Aerospace and Defense systems. Working for Boeing he has worked on satellites, the International Space Station, other manned space vehicles systems, and the FA-18 fighter. He has developed and deployed MBSE processes, tools, and training across Boeing programs. Curtis has worked on systems and safety analysis for the Ford Motor Corporation on the autonomous vehicle project and General Motors driver assistance programs. He has served as treasurer for the Michigan INCOSE chapter and the INCOSE Great Lakes Regional Conference. Curtis has a MS in Systems Engineering from Stevens, a MS in Aerospace Engineering and Arizona State University, and a MS in Physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.