Michael Haddadin started his career as a Boeing Engineer Scientist in 1998, gaining extensive design and stress analyses experience in CAD/CAM/CAE/PDM utilization, implementation, consultation, and teaching before being promoted to Engineering Manager in 2008. Under his leadership, several teams contributed to the following projects: Engineering Tools and Processes, Loft Engineering, Spatial Integration, 747-8 Structure design and analysis, 787 Monument Interior Analysis, 777 Interior Analysis. StarLiner CST-100 structure, Space Launch System SLS and Satellite Systems.

He joined California State University Long Beach as a lecturer in 2015, teaching ME490 (Advanced CATIA) and ME 172 (CATIA and SolidWorks). He taught CATIA at Long Beach City College (2013-15) and Cal Poly Pomona (2013-14), and teaches CATIA and SolidWorks at Cal State Fullerton.

Mr. Haddadin holds a BSME from University of Jordan, Amman (1995), MSME from CSULB (2001), an MBA from University of California, Irvine (2005), and an Additive Manufacturing Certificate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2018). He enjoys hiking, the ocean, yoga, gardening, reading, cooking, and family gatherings.