Daren Lawrence has been a product support technician supporting Inventor for the last 6 years in the Americas GEO at Autodesk in the Manchester, NH office and has recently taken on the role of GEO technical lead for Inventor. Prior to working at Autodesk, he spent 18 years in mechanical design using AutoCAD, MDT and Inventor in the medical, automotive lighting and solenoid valve industries.
He’s a native of New Hampshire and prior to working on his BSMET from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell on a part time basis while working full time, doing contract CAD design work and raising a family he received his AS in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design from the NH Community Technical College in Nashua, NH.
Away from work Daren enjoys music, playing musical instruments and watching American football as well as baseball and, honestly just about any other sport that his remote may stop on.
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