Dr. Joseph A. Resnick, President and CEO
Dr. Joseph A. Resnick functions as RMANNCO's President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Dr. Resnick also functions in RMANNCO's Science and Technology Division as Senior Chief Scientist for Microencapsulation Technologies. Dr. Resnick is a graduate of Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Electro-Mechanical Engineering School Apprentice Program(s) and holds a B.A. Degree in the Social Sciences (Restorative Medicine and Clinical Psychology) from the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Resnick holds a Master's Degree in Earth and Space Health Systems Management and was a NASA Scholar-in-Residence at the Military College of Vermont at Vermont College, Montpelier, Vermont. Dr. Resnick holds the Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Environmental Studies with concentration in Bioremediation and Biodefense from The Union Institute and University at Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Resnick is the Chief Scientist for RMANNCO's Lenoir, NC Division and Director and Board Member for NxGenUSA Corporation of Pittsburgh, PA. At RMANNCO Dr. Resnick has oversight of the Future Soldier Systems Division, the Vehicle Up-Armor and Visual Mitigation Division, the Earth & Space Biodefense Divisions and the Materials Sciences R&D Laboratories (Pittsburgh, PA, Denver, CO, Ft. Myers, FL, Lenoir, NC). Dr. Resnick is an applied scientist and inventor holding numerous US and Foreign Patents concerning various technologies, e.g., low observables <stealth coatings>, speech restoration prostheses and training devices, environmental cleanup products, smart-textiles (ECM and ECCM Countermeasure Garments) and biodefense technologies (Countermeasure for CNB WMD's). Dr. Resnick has authored and co-authored numerous White Papers and collaborates as part of the ROC-team (Resnick-O'Neill-Cramer) commissioned to develop next- generation camouflage (smart textile systems integration) for the Kingdom of Jordan and UK/MOD. ROC-Team developed visual mitigation technologies and programs for US Department of Energy, the US Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Land Management (Visual Mitigation 'Handbook'). Dr. Resnick leads RMANNCO's R&D Team efforts with the US Army PEO Soldier Group for several projects. Dr. Resnick possesses extensive lateral skill sets in biology, anatomy and physiology, medicine, electrical and mechanical engineering, robotics, earth and space systems architecture - component design, defense security programs, low observable technologies, global and space communication systems architectures engineering and Military/Homeland strategic defense theaters. Dr.Resnick holds five degrees of education in various scientific disciplines and has worked with NASA and other agencies in multiple capacities for both government and private industry for the past thirty years. Dr. Resnick is a Life Member of the National Defense Industrial Association, (NDIA.Org) Arlington, VA and serves as a Consultant and Member of the Steering Committee for the US Air Force Society for Developmental Engineers (SAFDE) Edwards AFB, CA. Dr. Resnick is a Member of the Aerospace Medical Society and a Founding Member of the Aerospace Medical Association's Human-Factors Engineering Branch. Dr. Resnick is a Founding Member of the Western Pennsylvania High Technology Council and two-time Awardee/Fellow of the Ben Franklin Partnership Foundation. Dr. Resnick is the Founding Director of the National Anti-Terrorism Technology Development and Training Center, Chantilly, VA; Founder of the National Eco-Counter Terrorism Institute, Alexandria, VA; Founder and Executive Director of VansForVets.Org, Pittsburgh, PA. He is the Founder of the Consortium of Southern States Biofuels Producers and Growers (see: http://consortiumofsouthernstates.weebly.com/ ). Dr. Resnick is an avid environmentalist and a Nominee for the Tyler Environmental Prize (2012-2014). He has various other interests including Luthiery and philanthropy through affiliation with the Syria Shrine of the Blue Lodge of Western Pennsylvania and the Grand Lodge of The Western Valley Pennsylvania. Dr. Resnick is a member of the North Carolina Beekeeper's Association.
Joyce M. Mann, Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Joyce M. Mann functions as RMANNCO's Chief Financial Officer with D2D oversight of Operations and Administration. Joyce also serves as Corporate Secretary-Treasurer for the Company. Ms. Mann has extensive administrative experience having functioned as the Executive Administrative Assistant to the Director of Special Operations and Projects at NxGenUSACorp . where she provided oversight of all contracting and scheduling for research projects (classified and non classified) for RMANNCO and its affiliated companies, NxGenUSA, RWI and UMLR. Ms. Mann is tasked with oversight and coordination of all projects, coordination, testing, scheduling, product QC and special projects liaison. She is co-author of numerous white papers and collaborates as part of the ROC-team (Resnick/O'Neill/Cramer/UMLR) commissioned to develop next-generation camouflage (smart textile systems integration) for the US Army’s visual mitigation programs for DOE/DOI/BLM and US Army PEO Soldier Command, Ft. Belvoir, VA. Ms. Mann is President and Southern States Regional Director for VansForVets.Org, a 501 C 3 Non-Profit Corporation that provides handicap-equipped vehicles, conveyances and outreach services to Honorably-discharged disabled and homeless Veterans and Families. Ms. Mann was employed by Kajima Engineering & Construction, Inc. Atlanta, GA where she managed the Atlanta Regional Offices. In that capacity she was responsible for data compilation, bid-data analysis, logistical and technical support to office and field personnel and team leaders. Ms. Mann functioned as a Project Manager-Assistant for the Alabama Paper and Pulp Project in Monroeville, AL under contract to Parsons & Whittemore Engineering, Inc. of Atlanta, GA. Other responsibilities included coordination of the Project Electrical Engineering Administrative Support department and functioned as corporate liaison to Ebasco Services, Inc. Ms. Mann held the position of Planner – Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Department; Electrical Engineering and Department Aide for Fluor, Inc's (CP&L) Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant (Construction Phase) New Hill, North Carolina . She is a former Project Manager Assistant for General Motors Doraville/Atlanta. Ms. Mann is a Member in Good Standing in The Order of the Easter Star, Vida Grantham Chapter and a Nominee in the 'Women of Worth (L'Oreal)' program for Community Volunteer Services.
Gary Topolosky, Esq., General Counsel
Mr. Gary Topolosky functions as General Counsel for RMANNCO and is tasked with administration of all legal matters on behalf of the Company. Attorney Topolosky received his B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh in 1981 and immediately proceeded to Pitt’s Law School where he was awarded his Juris Doctorate three years later. After graduating, Gary became associated with the Webb law firm, one of the region’s oldest specializing in patents, trademarks and copyrights. He joined the in-house patent staff for Alcoa two years later and served their various IP, government contract and export control needs for nearly twenty years before starting his own practice in the Pittsburgh South Hills in December 2005. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, Allegheny and Washington County Bar Associations, Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Bar Association and has been licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office since 1985. In his 28 plus years focusing on intellectual property law, Gary has written and prosecuted over 155 U.S. patents, numerous international equivalent patents, and 60 Federal trademarks and service marks. Gary has lectured on intellectual property law fundamentals; new patent rules changes; the relative costs of acquiring, maintaining and enforcing one’s patents both here and abroad; and the role of IP in government contracting. He also taught numerous in-house courses on technology export control compliance while at Alcoa. He is currently serving his third term as a Director for the Brentwood School District and was a former councilman with Delmont Borough, Westmoreland County.