Mounir Khatib, MS, PE, PMP

Mr. Khatib is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Texas with experience spanning 14 years and multiple disciplines. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and CompTIA Network+ certified. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, in electrical engineering and biomedical engineering, and a minor in mathematics from The Johns Hopkins University. He also has a Master of Science in Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering, also from The Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Khatib has designed and deployed wireless systems from VHF to Microwave, from frequency analysis to determining power specifications to specifying HVAC systems. He has also developed and deployed several IT systems, from networks and infrastructure, to architecture and applications. In terms of training experience, Mr. Khatib has authored and taught several technical courses at the professional level, including graduate level labs, across multiple modalities, including instructor led/in-person, virtual/teleconference, and written training. Apart from his professional pursuits, Mr. Khatib enjoys electronics, automation, and woodworking.


Gregg Wagener, MS, PE

Gregg Wagener has taught several Electrical PE exam and FE exam review courses for PPI. Gregg has also worked for PPI on several writing and technical review projects for PE exam and FE exam products. Gregg has served as an electrical engineering and fundamentals advisor for PPI's online discussion forums. Gregg is a licensed electrical engineer in California. He has worked as an electronics engineer for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme, CA, performing in-service and development engineering for the Navy's air defense missiles and writing manuals for Navy personnel. He holds a bachelor of science degree in physics from the University of New Mexico and a master of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.

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