• Raleigh, NC

Miguel Morales

Work History

Work History

Manufacturing Lead Operator

2012 - 2014
Baxter Healthcare Corporation-Puerto Rico
  • Supervise more than 30 employees. Evaluate the performance of each employees. 
  • Apply methodologies of continuous improvement and projects development with engineering department. Increased productivity  (Up to 25%)
  • Monitor downtime, scrap and other performance indicators. Reduced scrap (Up to 15%). 
  • Audit and implement procedures ensuring GDP specifications, SOP and GMP procedures. 
  • Evaluate the company and the requirements of EHS. 

Financial Aid Administrative Officer

2009 - 2012
Dewey University-Puerto Rico
  • Promote the development of ideas and teamwork to improve services and efficiency.
  • Preparer the statistical and quantitative analysis reports. Update records and financial aid file.
  • Develop, implement procedures to ensure compliance with laws and regulations. 



M.Eng - Engineering Management 

2013 - 2015
Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico

Minor in Project Management and Manufacturing Management 

B.B.A - Business Analyst

2007 - 2013
Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico

Minor in Finance and Information Technology



Big Data Analysis 

Apache Hadoop, Mapreduce, Apache Spark

BI & Statistical Analysis Programs

Tableau, Matlab, Minitab, SAS, R, SPSS

Improvement Methodologies

Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma, Lean Process, 5S, Kaizen

Programming & Operation System 

Java, C++, Python, Linux, Window, iOS, Chrome OS


Project Management, Time Management



Recognition & Memberships 

  • VP Chamber of Commerce on Puerto Rico - Charter of Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (2011)
  • International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) Member 
  • PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA) Member 

Volunteer Experience

South Wilmington Street Center "Shelter", Raleigh, NC 2015–Present Kitchen worker two days a month for a 235-bed residential facility. Prepare and serve food, including meals ready to serve and cooking from scratch. Stocked and inventoried donated food and general support. 


Actively involved bicycle running, gym and "chinchorreo". 

Reading literature business subjects, new technologies, and geopolitical issues.


Knowing the operations of High Frequency Trading (HFT) and Quantum Computer.