Dana assists MJB&A clients with strategic analysis, project management, and technical support for mobile source emissions reduction programs. He brings to clients a wealth of practical knowledge and experience with vehicle retrofits and emission testing, the real-world perspective of a major fleet operator, and a proven track record in technology implementation.
Some recent projects include management of in-use demonstration and emission testing programs for hybrid and other advanced technology school and transit buses, project management of marine repower and transportation refrigeration unit electrification programs, and modeling and technical support to non-profit environmental groups related to diesel emission reduction programs and heavy-duty vehicle efficiency programs. Dana has over 19 years of professional experience in the transportation and government sectors.
Before joining MJB&A, Dana spent seven years as the Assistant Chief Maintenance Officer for Research & Development at MTA New York City Transit's Department of Buses, where he was responsible for evaluation and implementation of clean fuel technology programs. Under his leadership, NYC Transit developed and executed an aggressive program to implement new technologies fleet-wide, to reduce exhaust emissions from the fleet of 4,500 fixed-route transit buses. Dana has also worked on capital program development for NYC Transit and was a value engineering program manager for the New York City Office of Management and Budget. After college he spent four years as a commissioned officer on active duty with the U.S. Army, holding positions as a combat engineer platoon leader and battalion adjutant.
Dana holds a Bachelor of Science degree, summa cum laude, in Mechanical Engineering from Princeton University, as well as a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Stern School at New York University.