Moe Itani

Moe Itani

Work History

Work History
May 2014 - Present

Engineering Intern

RAH Corporation/SkaterTrainer

-Facilitate the development of the SkaterTrainers product through engineering and marketing strategies.

-Improved the SkaterTrainers manufacturing process which resulted in a better quality product and reduced price per unit by over 30%.

-Contributed to brand awareness through research and management of social media channels and direct customer contact.

Dec 2013 - May 2014

Team Leader -- Senior Design Project

University of Tulsa -- Little Light House

-Designed, developed, tested,and built an interactive play station to provide a useful sensory experience for kids with disabilities.

-Led a team of mechanical engineering seniors to build this display for my senior design project, sponsored by the University of Tulsa. 

-The end result was a safe product that provided a rehabilitative experience and met all of the design criteria set by TU and The Little Light House.

May 2013 - Aug 2013

Engineering Intern

Gulf Craft Inc.

-Engineering internship in the United Arab Emirates to gain an international dimension and a global perspective of engineering and business. Internship included a development program where I participated in the quality control, engineering, and operation management departments.

-Performed extensive sea trial testing and designed a more effective door system for the super-yachts.

Feb 2012 - Jan 2014

Self Employed Music Mixer

Music Mixer

-Enhanced experience in specific mixing software and equipment. Gained customer service skills such as communication, attentiveness, time management, and the ability to use positive language.

-Clients included: Weddings, Arena Football, TU Basketball dinners and other TU events.

May 2011 - Jun 2011

Coiled Tubing Research Consortium

University of Tulsa -- Dr. Steve Tipton

Performed fatigue testing on coil tubing for the petroleum industry in a lab environment. Analyzed data and presented the research results to my supervisor, Dr. Steve Tipton.


Aug 2010 - Dec 2014


University of Tulsa TU

My work as team leader of class projects, research work in campus labs, and extensive course work in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Tulsa have allowed me to gain an understanding of the technical competence, communication skills, leadership skills, and teamwork required to become an effective engineer.



Mechanical Engineering

Communication Skills

Microsoft Excel

Rhino 3D


SolidWorks 3D

Time Management

Manufacturing Quality