Mike Agronin is a product developer and the inventor of Black & Decker’s award-winning Thermal Leak Detector. He has mechanical engineering degrees from MIT and the University of Texas, and an M.BA from Loyola University, Maryland, where he has taught M.BA students for the last five years. Mike pioneered product development processes that led to a series of highly-successful consumer products for Black & Decker. He is currently Director of R&D for Direct Dimensions, Inc., where he is developing a hand-held device that scans objects to create dimensionally-accurate 3D computer models.
MBA Loyola University Maryland
MSME University of Texas
BSME Massachusetts Institute of Technology