Mary Ramsey

Ms. Ramsey began her career at Intergraph Corporation in Huntsville, Alabama responsible for training architects and engineers using Intergraph’s Computer Aided Design system. She later worked for several large engineering firms including Carter + Burgess, Lockwood Greene, and Fru-Con. Ms. Ramsey managed a technical support team in the Store Design group for Target Corporation at their Headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has served on several boards including, Rocket Hatch, WEDC, and United Way. Ms. Ramsey holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband, cat, and greyhound.

Mark Stefanchuk

Mr. Stefanchuk began his career as a project engineer for Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co. He realized early on that combining engineering experiences with emerging design technologies was essential for mastering the engineering toolbox of the future. He joined Intergraph where he was introduced to design automation concepts, and key technology principles that would become the foundation of a successful technical career. He built upon these lessons working as a consultant for engineering firms across the midwest and southeast. At firms like Power Engineers, and Fluor he was able to learn how design teams produced, and just as critical, how construction teams consumed the results of that technology. More recently, Mr. Stefanchuk also worked for Target Corporation where he learned to manage design automation technologies on a very large scale and across many disciplines.

Phocaz, Inc. is a vehicle to bring all of these experiences together to offer smart effective solutions. Mr. Stefanchuk is a software engineer, a design engineer, and a capable business leader who can help as you establish your technical priorities.

Mr. Stefanchuk holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Manitoba, a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from The University of Winnipeg and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota.

When he’s not working you will likely find him hiking with his greyhound Wyatt, or volunteering as a fitness mentor helping new runners make it through their first 5k.