Bryce Ford is Vice President of Atmospheric Programs at SpectraSensors Inc. in Juno Beach, Florida. He joined SpectraSensors in 2010 to lead a new SpectraSensors office in the Washington, DC metro area and in 2012 moved to South Florida to open a new SpectraSensors office. Since 1984 Mr. Ford has served in various roles in the global weather and environmental community, including program management, business development, functional management, and systems and software engineering. Previously, for 10 years, Mr. Ford was a Senior Business Development Manager and Engineering Project Manager for meteorological and hydrological programs in domestic and international markets at Lockheed Martin. Prior to this, for 16 years, he served in various roles at Harris Corporation, supporting the Federal Aviation Administration, defense, and commercial customers with weather information systems and weather data services. Mr. Ford is a Council Member of the Association of Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry, an associate expert on the World Meteorological Organization Commission for Basic Systems Expert Team on Aircraft Based Observations, and has served on the board of directors for an international joint venture company in Beijing China. In 2008 Mr. Ford was invited by the National Weather Service to serve on the US Government Delegation to the 60th WMO Executive Council. He began his career in 1978 at the Boeing Company in Wichita, Kansas, after graduating from Eastern Illinois University with a BS degree in physics.