• MS, Business Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996
• MS, Structural and Earthquake Engineering, Stanford University, 1984
• BS, Civil Engineering and Geology, Tufts University (cum laude), 1981
• American Society of Civil Engineers
• Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
• Licensed Professional Civil Engineer since 1986
• Licensed Professional Structural Engineer since 1988
• Certified Fraud Examiner since 2009
• Lean Six Sigma Yellow-Belt Certification since 2011
Wayne is a Director at Secretariat International with 35 years of analytical expertise for complex capital improvement programs around the world. He specializes in program management systems and controls, fraud investigations, financial damage analytics, forensic accounting, root-cause analytics, environmental risk remediation, cost estimating, quantum and damages analysis, dispute resolution, litigation support, and expert testimony. His hands-on experience includes design, construction, and oversight of projects within the energy, power, technology, transportation, water, higher-education, military, institutional, manufacturing, healthcare, and gaming sectors. As a result, Wayne has first-hand insights into why construction projects succeed, how they fail, lessons-learned, and powerful ways to translate complicated technical issues into plain English.
Wayne has been a licensed Professional Engineer (Civil and Structural) since the 1980s. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner, lectures at the University of Southern California, and is a Technical Expert for the California Department of Consumer Affairs and its Board of Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists. Wayne is a Senior Advisor for a private equity fund in Manhattan, and a Board Member for a mid-sized engineering company in South Florida, where he provides operational guidance. He has provided expert testimony in Federal and State courts across the United States.
Wayne holds a BS in Civil Engineering, Art History, and Geology from Tufts University; an MS in Structural and Earthquake Engineering from Stanford University; and an MS in Business Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At MIT, Wayne studied and wrote about “Skyscraper Technology in Manhattan: 1930 to 1990” for his research thesis. He was part of the construction team that moved an historic lighthouse on Cape Cod National Seashore in 1995, where his engineering drawings are on display at the Highland Light Museum.