Dr. Albert Erisman is Executive in Residence at the Seattle Pacific University School of Business, Government, and Economics where he teaches on business ethics and business technology. He is co-founder of Ethix magazine, co-chair of the Theology of Work Project, and the author or editor of six books.
In April 2001, Albert completed a 32-year career at The Boeing Company, where for the last 10 years he was Director of R&D for computing and mathematics. He was selected as one of 11 inaugural Senior Technical Fellows of The Boeing Company in 1990.
Albert has been on numerous boards (Washington Technology Center, Theology of Work, Kiros, and two startup companies) and committees related to science and technology (the National Academy of Sciences, the National Science Foundation, Los Alamos Laboratories, National Institute for Standards and Technology).
He is a co-author/editor of three books, along with numerous technical and popular papers. He is a Fellow in the Fordham University Consortium on the purpose of business. He has a PhD in applied mathematics from Iowa State University.