About Crossroads

Crossroads Consulting, LLC was established in 2006 by Dr. Brian Moyer and became a woman-owned small business in 2016 under the leadership of Ms. Heather Moyer.

 

Heather R. Moyer

Managing Director

hmoyer@xroads-consulting.com
(814) 322-2708

With more than two decades of applied research and development experience, I strive to collaborate with technical and business stakeholders to drive innovation and continuous improvement. My expertise and experience has primarily focused on developing and implementing sustainable solutions (water, waste, and energy technologies) and evaluating emerging technologies for manufacturing and industrial applications.  My process engineering background and extensive project management experience provides a solid basis for improving efficiency, enhancing capability and performance, reducing waste, and addressing technology lifecycle considerations.

I have a BS in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, with a minor in Engineering Design and am currently pursuing an Executive MBA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

 

Brian E. Moyer, PhD

Technical Director

moyer@xroads-consulting.com
(814) 241-5151

As an entrepreneur, engineer, and educator, I have worked over the past two decades to find new and innovative ways to apply my core competencies to initiatives focused on automation, prototyping, and human movement characterization.  In addition to consulting, I am actively involved in numerous entrepreneurial initiatives focused on the maker movement and promoting product-based commercial ventures. I am also training future engineers as an Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering at Pitt-Johnstown with a second appointment as an Assistant Professor in Bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh.

I earned my PhD in Bioengineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 2006 where I contributed to an analytical model of the human body, which is used to generate kinematic and kinetic (inverse dynamics) analysis results and has been applied to slip-and-fall research.  I  also earned an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Pitt and a BS in Mechanical Engineering (with a minor in Bioengineering) from Carnegie Mellon University.

 

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