Meet Mike Willey
Michael Willey joined Paragon Innovations in 1993. He leads product development and design operations for the Paragon team. Willey plays the leading role in creating and developing Paragon’s design standards and company processes.
- Educational Involvement
- Boy Scouts
- Religious Activities
Willey is a graduate of Texas A&M University, class of 1978, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Prior to joining Paragon Willey has designed electronics, software, and firmware and lead engineering teams in a wide variety of industries, including oil and gas pipeline and storage systems, high precision industrial robotics, industrial process controls, satellite communication and tracking systems, solar energy systems, orbital robotic devices, telephone switching systems, and telephony test equipment.
Willey is also a Lecturer at Texas A&M University in College Station Texas, where he leads the Second Semester Capstone program and teaches Real Time Operating systems in the Electronic Systems Engineering Technology department.
In a volunteer capacity, Willey has been active at Texas A&M University, serving on the Tech Transfer Challenge as a judge and moderator. Willey is currently on the Industrial Advisory Committee for Electronic Systems Engineering technology and frequently guest lectures in areas where his expertise is of value.
Willey is a Wood Badge trained Boy Scout leader, where he has served as Cub Master, Den Leader, Troop Committee Chair, Pack Committee Chair and many other positions. In addition, he has served 5 years as an instructor for Circle Ten’s University of Scouting and has been course director and Scout Master for various adult leader training courses.
Willey is active at his Synagogue, where he is currently the leader for 5th the grade Judaica teaching team. He has served as Committee Chairman for the annual Tashlich services and has also served on the Outreach and Religious School committees.