Resume: Writer, Productivity Consultant, Spiritual
Robert Michael Foster, M. A.
To continuously learn.
To facilitate your continuous improvements toward the results you want.
To facilitate your discovery of your inner resources for Inner Peace,
when you are interested.
Master of Arts Degree in Applied Psychology, University of Santa Monica,
Santa Monica, California, August 1994 with an emphasis on experiencing recovery
and life improving skills.
Bachelors of Science Degree in General Engineering, University of California
at Los Angeles, California, February 1963 with an emphasis on System Engineering.
Author of: "The
Secrets of Teamworking " &
"The Game of Life Cookbook
- Recipes for a Better Life" Electronic Booklets and
Master of Arts Student in Applied Psychology with extensive resident
experience in applied recovery spiritual skills including therapy, teamworking,
project planning and execution; Sep. 1992 to Aug. 1994.
Lifetime learning in numerous short courses and practical experience in
therapy, teamworking, leadership and applied spiritual psychology.
Project Leader for the Navy using my applied recovery skills, teamworking,
leadership, system engineering and applied psychology skills.
Team Builder, Team Leader, System Engineer, Mediator, Strategist, Consultant
and Liaison for the following programs:
Naval Cryptologic Systems Trainer Team Leader, May 1994 to Feb 1996.
Advanced Development Terminal Defense and Target Gunnery Rounds Team Leader,
May 1991 to May 1994.
Part time Equal Economic Opportunity [EEO] Counselor for the Navy, 1991 to
Radar Systems Engineer for Development, Naval Radar Evolution Plans 1989
SPS-40, BPS-15 & 16 Misc Radars Branch Head, 1987 to 1989.
SPS-49 Radar Team Leader, 1986 to 1987.
SPS-49 and 40 Team Member, Apr 1984 to 1986.
TARTAR System Engineer, TARTAR Shipboard System Evolution Plans, 1982 to
TARTAR Fire Control Branch Head, 1980 to 1982.
TARTAR Digital Update Project Team Leader, 1969 to 1980.
TARTAR Improvements Coordinator and Ship, Shipyard, and Headquarters Liaison,
1966 to 1969.
TERRIER Planning Yard Shipalts, 1964 to 1966.
Fire Control Shipalts and design fixes, 1963 to 1966.
Engineering Co-Op Program 1957 to 1963.
RecoveryByDiscovery.com - I am now writing about improving our lives
and facilitating more Inner Peace. I am working toward completing
my publications and taught some non credit classes at
Frederick Community College and
volunteered as a Volunteer Chaplain for a mental health ward and Inner Peace
Facilitator at a wellness group. I am enjoying my new career as an
writer, consultant and therapist for my new business. - February 1996
Naval Sea Systems Command - Crystal City, VA - 1983 to February 1996.
I was a General, Electrical and Electronic Engineer. I was a
Branch Head, System Engineer and Team Leader for naval weapons projects of
over 250 million dollars. I participated in realizing savings of over
100 million dollars in then year dollars.
Naval Ordinance Systems Command: - Washington, DC. - Aug 1969
to 1983. I was a General, Electrical and Electronic Engineer. I was
a Branch Head, System Engineer and Team Leader for naval weapons projects
of over 250 million dollars that leveraged billion dollar programs. I
participated in realizing savings of over 100 million dollars in then year
Naval Ship Weapons System Engineering Station: - Port Hueneme,
Calif., Oct 1966 to Aug 1969. I was an Electronic Engineer in Ship/Shipyard
Liaison Branch. I was a Regular Overhaul Coordinator for TARTAR
improvements in Long Beach, San Francisco, Boston & Norfolk Naval Shipyards
and liaison to our headquarters project office.
Long Beach Naval Shipyard: - Long Beach, Calif., July 1957 to
July 1969. I was an Engineering Student Trainee with waterfront shop
experiences and Electrical Engineer experience in the Fire Control Design
United States Marine Corps Reserve: - Seal Beach, Calif., April 4
'57 to '62. I was a part time Private and Private First Class, Rifleman
and Fire Team Leader and Marine boot camp survivor.
Several performance and suggestion awards.
I am married, and have a special daughter with three children and a special
embrased daughter with two children that add up to five special
grandchildren. I am interested in what works and why. I am interested
in therapy that works and learning processes that work. I am interested
in teamworking, technology, computers, practical generic spirituality, and
health ,and tools to assist. To me these interests represent the practical
tools associated with practical solutions for better lives.