Founded in 2013, Alluvionic is a solutions provider that services clients through project management, process improvement, product development, and cybersecurity solutions with locations in Melbourne, FL, Washington D.C., and Charleston, SC (Coming soon).
Alluvionic provides organizational change management with every solution and holds several certifications:
We want to make a positive impact on the lives of our employees and clients because we truly want to see them succeed. By striving for excellence and constantly improving in every facet of business, Alluvionic will provide top-quality services and create an environment that encourages the best from their employees.
Our approach to every relationship is founded on the principles of mentorship and collaboration; achieving unparalleled results in our partnerships.
To be the catalyst for innovation and progress; enabling organizations to achieve their most demanding goals.
We deliver tailored solutions paired with an unwavering commitment to the success of our clients.
Alluvionic is proud to mentor, participate as a member or sponsor of a variety of professional organizations and associations.
Fun, Professional & Inclusive Culture | Career Advancement | Generous Benefits | Competitive Salary
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With over 25 years of engineering experience, Ricardo Romeu serves as the Senior Vice President of Product Development at Alluvionic, where he manages a team of highly skilled engineering resources and is effective in creating functional technical strategies for system level performance and customer focus.
Since joining Alluvionic in 2014, Ricardo’s expertise in design solution and business development created a 50% YOY growth in engineering and product development. Additionally, he developed cosmetic injection molded housings, doors, and structural weldment frames for medical device CM.
Romeu is a graduate of Le Moyne College with a Bachelor of Science in Physics, with a minor in Math and Spanish. During his career, Ricardo has been granted 4 patents, 9 filings, and 2 published. He is a certified KEMA Auditor, and holds a Motorola Lean Six Sigma Certification. Before Alluvionic, Romeu worked as an engineer at multiple companies around Florida, including Lighting Science Group, DRS Tactical System, Proside Inc, Motorola, and Rand Worldwide. His core competencies include system architecture, product management, plastic injection molding/casting DFX, tolerance analysis and allocation, and MRD/PRD derivation and development.
Additionally, Romeu has led many successful projects throughout his career. He led the redesign of established roadway LED lights creating a 13% average margin increase with net zero NRE. He increased optical performance by 20% and light output by 30% of legacy modular roadway lighting line to create competitive specifications allowing for a 13% margin increase. The redesign allowed for additional margin from the use of E&O inventory through flexible design. Romeu also led an interdisciplinary team designing an industry leading roadway luminaire. He and his team developed the most robust 3G vibration and thermal margin roadway fixture in company history in 3 months, leading to an expandable platform for the largest company emerging market order with a 99.98% QA reliability. He drove efficiency by designing individual functional parts into single injection molded system. He integrated multiple individual part functions into a 3G vibration dock, reducing the part count by 50% and the cost by 33% using an innovative plastic beam design and structural injection molded materials to increase manufacturing throughout, and increase system quality.
Floyd Capistrano has over 20 years of experience in project management, process improvement, and mechanical design in both the military defense and commercial industries. Capistrano is experienced with program and project management of military design and development efforts with the Air Force Material Command and the Army’s C5ISR Center.
He joined the Alluvionic Team in 2017 as the Vice President of Programs and Development, adding his expertise in CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Implementation) and expanding the clientele base through Business Development and Networking.
Capistrano is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering. He also is a graduate of Florida A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He is a PMP (Project Management Professional), he holds a Certificate in Leadership, and he has completed courses in Effective Management, Introduction to CMMI, and effective communications and human relations. Capistrano has previously held management positions at companies such as General Dynamics, Motorola Inc, and DRS Technologies.
Additionally, Capistrano has extensive experience in Project Management and Process Improvement. organizational implementations of business systems with interstate impact. Some Implementations include Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems and CMMI process optimization projects for level 3 accreditation.
Alexander “Alec” Hall is the Vice President for Government Programs at Alluvionic, Inc., where he delivers tailored, effective, reliable, and equipped project management systems that fulfill business needs. Additionally, he’s a cybersecurity expert and U.S. Air Force veteran. During his 28-year military career Hall led the cyber operations and defense of command, control, and intelligence networks ranging in size from hundreds of devices on small campuses to tens of thousands of clients across the globe.
Since joining Alluvionic he’s continued his advocacy for cybersecurity awareness though participation in the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body (CMMC-AB) working groups, helping to define training and certification standards for the Defense Industrial Base. Hall is among the first nationally to become a CMMC-AB Registered Practitioner.
Hall is perhaps best known for his years spent directing talent management for the Air Force’s information technology workforce. Serving the Air Force Chief Information Officer at the Pentagon, he transformed the recruiting, retention, training and education of 18,500 cyber professionals in ten distinct technical specialties. Selected as the Department of Defense’s representative for IT workforce development, Hall teamed with the Department of Homeland Security, industry partners, and academic leaders to co-author the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NIST Special Publication 800- 181). This national-level activism toward improved cyber education earned him an invitation to the White House, where he advocated for national support of the “Joining Forces” initiative aimed at securing jobs for America’s IT veterans. His persuasive involvement in several forums earned numerous corporate commitments to provide job training and employment outreach for tens of thousands of transitioning military members.
Rebecca Granger is the Director of Strategic Programs at Alluvionic, where she effectively contributes to the organization’s goals and objectives through her strong knowledge of project management methodologies and processes. Rebecca is committed to growing professionally and personally to lead Alluvionic and beneficial outcomes. She is dedicated to Alluvionic’s first value of family and brings a relational approach to everything she does.
While at Alluvionic, Rebecca has led the way forward by managing projects internally. Rebecca’s efforts have directly helped the organization earn their ISO 9001:2015 certification. Rebecca also shares her passion for project management with others at PMI Space Coast, holding roles including Director of Public Relations, VP of Professional Development, and Director of Programs. She has helped develop a robust event schedule that featured well known speakers.
Rebecca is a graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology with a Master of Business Administration, and of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. Granger contributes to both the professional and non-profit communities of Brevard. Her leadership in the community extends to PMI Space Coast, Junior Achievement (JA), and Family Promise of Brevard. She has participated in various Junior Achievement speaking engagements in schools and virtually, sharing her vulnerable and honest journey to personal and professional success. During her involvement with PMI Space Coast, Rebecca served as the Vice President of Professional Development, Director of Public Relations, and Director of Programs. As part of her involvement with Family Promise of Brevard, Rebecca is playing a huge role of breaking the cycle of poverty in Brevard County. She is serving as Project Manager of The Firehouse Project to convert an old firehouse into a homeless community center.
A proven Project Management Professional, Elizabeth “Lizi” Huy is the Director of Service lines at Alluvionic, where she utilizes her 17 years of experience developing and implementing projects to fulfill business needs.
Elizabeth is a driven and strategic leader and collaborator, as well as an accomplished public speaker and communicator. Her skills include economic development, business development, program management, public speaking, leadership, marketing, strategic planning, and fundraising.
Huy is a graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Marketing. She is also a PMP (Project Management Professional) and a graduate of Leadership Brevard. She has held positions at companies such as Coldwell Banker Commercial, ACG Promotions and Specialties, and the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, where she directed an existing industry program of work leading a team of three full-time direct reports. Additionally, she represented the organization as a public speaker in multiple venues and media interviews.
Elizabeth has been recognized by LEAD Brevard as a 4 under 40 finalist in 2013 and 2018, as well as being named “One to Watch” by Florida Today in 2014.
Cherise White is a strategic professional with over 8 years of experience applying agile principles in a variety of settings to achieve consistent, exceptional results. At Alluvionic as the Talent and Culture Specialist, Cherise is determined to bring agility to every part of the business with an instinctive desire to improve processes, build trust, and help others find joy in work. Applying her skills of project management, communication, critical thinking, and continuous improvement, she leads with flexibility, grace, and creates order from chaos.
Cherise is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Cum Laude. She is a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, a Smartsheet Product Certified User, and a Predictive Index Certified Practitioner. Cherise has worked at companies such as Revolution Technologies and at eviCore Healthcare, where she served as an Operational Effectiveness Analyst- Implementations. In her role at eviCore she was responsible for leading process improvement initiatives to increase efficiencies. She project managed migration activities and process improvement initiatives for complex projects, and transformed onboarding governance process to improve Salesforce data integrity and marry information in disparate systems, helping the organization to more accurately project revenue.