Guilherme Garcia is a Mechanical Engineer graduated from the Federal University of Sao Joao Del Rei in Brazil, he was also an exchange student for one year at Tennessee Technological University. He has a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is currently working for RSCC as Mechatronic professor, teaching programming languages and lean manufacture techniques.

He worked as a production engineer for an automotive company. During that time, he had the opportunity to learn about automation and the programming language used in the machines. He also had the opportunity to go to Japan several times where he could learn about lean manufacture and the Japanese way to work in the manufacture. He worked with the design team to develop the necessary process and equipment for Toyota’s oil pump and pistons.

He worked in mining as a maintenance engineer where he was responsible for supervising and guiding the shifts operation defining the daily priorities. He also did his Six Sigma course while working for that mine which he did his six-sigma project to reduce the cost of tires for the

During the past 10 years, He had the opportunity to visit several countries in Europe, Asia, Central America, and South America. Throughout these worldly travels, he was able to observe the cultures and speak to the locals about work ethic and gain an understanding of some of the
local culture.