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Greg Bardwell     (1)

CEO and Founder,     (1A)

Rockville, Maryland, USA.     (1C)

email: gregb-at-innovativequery.com     (1D)

Greg Bardwell as the founder and CEO of Innovative Query, Greg is focused on the technology roadmap, software development team and strategic direction of the company. Greg founded an e-Learning company which he ran for 12 years. Prior to this he worked for six years for NASA and the Naval Research Laboratory. Greg holds an advanced degree in physics and a degree in computer engineering.     (1F)

Greg¬ís extensive experience in technologies used for learning, knowledge management and user interaction has led to a broader expertise in the way people acquire and use information. Greg is a seasoned software developer and has led the development of numerous award-winning products. Building and running his business from the ground up, Greg has more than a decade of successful direct-to-consumer marketing and sales to educational institutions.     (1G)

... Greg, at your convenience, please edit and expand on this page so the community can get to know you better. Welcome! ... (read this if it's your first time editing the Ontolog wiki.) =ppy     (1I)


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