Mark Downey | The Importance of Learning to Say No

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Who is Mark Downey?

After learning to fly at a young age, Mark Downey started his career in the aerospace industry designing parts and test equipment for aircraft. He then moved into automotive where he learned about hose routing and innovative ways to actively cancel noise within vehicles. At Levolor Home Fashions he helped develop the first cordless blinds to minimize safety risks for children. Now, as an application engineer at GoEngineer, Mark helps other mechanical designers in the industry with SolidWorks training as well as troubleshooting.

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