ASNT… Creating a Safer World! ™

Practitioner Profiles

Early Career

Aaron Hulbert

Aaron first became involved in NDT when he was hired by Electric Boat. He was originally brought to the team for welding, but was soon asked if he wanted to go into NDT.

Gian Suazo

Gian began his NDT career when was 17 years old when he took a job part washing in PT. It was supposed to be a temporary job until he finished high school, but it became his career.

Rachel Taylor

Rachel began her career in NDT when she got her foot in the door as a pipe-fitter and then wedged her way into working with red dye penetrant and magnetic particle.

Stetson Watkins

Stetson received his associate’s degree in quality control management after completing the NDT program at Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology.

Making a Career Change

Bradley Brandt

Bradley was a mechanist by trade but decided to move on and finish getting an education. After researching programs at his local Community College, NDT piqued his interest.

Scott Brown

Scott comes from a mountaineering and rock-climbing background. After working in that field for over 10 years, he discovered NDT and rope access.

Marc Hunter

Marc is a recent ASNT member who decided to start over in a new career field after 10 years as a math teacher and 17 years working in the IT industry.

Next Level In Career

Marybeth Miceli

Marybeth is the Co-Founder and a Principal of the We-NDT Marketing Network and the President of Miceli Infrastructure Consulting.

David Miller

David is a Level III in MT and PT and a Level II in TOFD and phased array UT.

Brad Remmich

Brad was a nondestructive testing technician who recently changed directions to NDT sales.

Leaving a Legacy

Michael Allgaier

Michael is an experienced training and certification consultant with more than 30 years’ experience.

Christopher Black

Christopher is a Level III/Certified Welding Inspector and lead NDT inspector for Boeing. He is the 2015 recipient of the Lou DiValerio Technician of the Year Award.

Raymond Morasse

Raymond was a corporate Level III for over 30 years in VT, MT, PT, RT, UT, EC, and MSLT, as well as a Radiation Safety Officer.

William Via, Jr.

William is a retired materials engineer and manager of the Structures section at the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) with many distinguished accomplishments.