Scientology Network’s MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST, the weekly series spotlighting the everyday lives of Scientologists from around the world and all walks of life, announces a new episode featuring microchip developer Michael Kroko.
MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
Michael Kroko. You may have never heard his name, but he is the quirky electrical engineer responsible for designing some of the critical operating systems that powered up the very first Mars Rover. But once, long ago, Michael was a college student struggling through his classes and dreaming of unraveling the mysteries of electrical engineering.
Born in Sharpsville, Pennsylvania, Michael Kroko spent his summers in Southern California. Under the tutelage of a favorite uncle, Michael was introduced to the world of electronics. What began as a summertime hobby would soon become a lifelong passion when that same uncle offered Michael an opportunity to study and work in the field of electrical engineering in California. Michael’s work promptly focused in on the field of research and development. Armed with L. Ron Hubbard’s Study Technology, tools to overcome his obstacles to learning, Michael began creating foundational technology upon which other technologies could be built. Michael has gone on to service some of the nation’s leading universities and laboratories, including Harvard, MIT, Caltech, Yale and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Today, Michael Kroko serves as the Chief Technical Officer of his company, CuttingEdge Ions, located in Orange County, California.
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