Kerry Urbaniak is the lead electronics instructor in the Electrical Engineering Technology program. He started his electronics career in the U.S Army as a satellite communications ground station technician. After he completed his tour in the military, Kerry worked as a technician repairing aircraft instruments for the U.S. Navy. While working for the Navy he obtained his associate’s degree at Pensacola Junior College.
In 1980 he started teaching electronics at the Denver Institute of Technology and was promoted to program director in 1984. Kerry left DIT to start a training company focused on developing and delivering custom technical training courses for industry and government employees. During this time he wrote several customized books for the training courses.
At Ecotech Institute, Kerry develops and teaches courses in several programs. The combination of his technical expertise, care for students and concern for the earth makes a positive impact on students’ lives while helping protect the environment for the future.