Connie S. Mazur - President and CEO


Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, specialization in photonics
University of Texas at Arlington, 1994
Research Assistant to NSF Presidential Young Investigator
GPA: 3.9/4.0
Master of Science in Engineering Management
Southern Methodist University, 1990
Hi-tech marketing, product introduction and life-cycle management
GPA: 3.9/4.0
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
University of Pittsburgh, 1986
Honors in Engineering Program
GPA: 3.0/4.0


CyberVillage Networkers, Inc., Ellicott City, MD (Headquarters) - 11/97 to Present
President and CEO. CyberVillage Networkers, Inc. is a full-service, Internet/Intranet applications engineering firm specializing in e-business, e-government and e-learning solutions. Using advanced web technologies and sound business principles, a consultative analysis is performed to develop best-fit solutions for clients with respect for immediate needs as well as future growth. Great importance is placed on time-to-market and to increasing client cost savings over time. Solution deployment follows in a consistent and accurate manner. Solutions are delivered within budget, on time, and according to client specification. CyberVillage Networkers, Inc. has rapidly gained accounts and financial stability since Ms. Mazur became operating and customer services director. Most importantly, clients consistently realize an appreciable ROI within 3 weeks to 6 months of initial site release.
Raytheon Transportation Management Solutions, Linthicum, MD - 6/95 to 11/97
Lead Project Engineer
Lead engineer for Detroit SMART and Broward Mass Transit contracts.
  • Directed hardware and software engineers in accomplishing program budget, schedule, and technical milestones.
  • Presented TMS as engineering focal point in all customer and supplier technical meetings, negotiations, and management and design reviews.
  • Led technical and business development of interface between NT based paratransit scheduling system and Unix/Oracle based TMS SmartTrack Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), allowing manifest to be communicated over the RF radio system to individual fleet vehicles, then displayed and automatically updated on fleet drivers' in-vehicle terminals.
General Dynamics, Fort Worth, TX - 1986 to 1991
Sr. Engineer, A-12 Electronic Warfare Systems (1990-91)
Lead engineer for New Business Proposals.
  • Coordinated technical proposal efforts of three teamed companies to define aircraft sensor and voice/data integration requirements.
  • Led management review team which identified and implemented cost reductions for the A-12 Infrared Missile Warning System.
  • Performed analyses of the A-12 Electronic Surveillance Measures Set.
Engineer, Threat Warning Systems (1986-89)
Program lead for F-16 Missile Warning System (MWS) analysis and definition. Acting Program Manager for F-16 MWS development and production. Also performed F-16 Radar Warning Receiver upgrade testing and production support.
  • Won initial USAF Missile Warning development contract. Evaluated performance, H/W and S/W integration, life cycle cost, R&M, producibility, and risk of five feasible alternatives and made recommendation. Responsible for all internal and customer interface, budgeting, scheduling, and documentation for this $6M program.
  • Managed technical and business aspects for group involvement in several development and upgrade programs, domestic and international.
  • Recognized by VP Avionics and customer as key participant in successful proposal for special missions hardware development. System was fielded prior to the Gulf War and aided much in the survivability of U.S. aircraft.
  • Consultant for United States Air Force generals, other high-ranking USAF tactical staff, General Dynamics Pomona, A-12, ATF and other Special Projects on practical application of surveillance, detection, Electronic Countermeasures (ECM), and sensor fusion technologies.
  • Participated in annual technology investment plans submitted to Congress.
  • Developed and taught engineering and management seminars on advanced radar and electro-optical detector technologies.
  • Maintained budget and schedule compliance on all projects.


Association of Internet Professionals, Association of Old Crows (association for electronic warfare professionals), National Association of Women Business Owners, Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu engineering honorary societies, YWCA Board Member, National Association of Female Executives.