Nicholas J. Colarelli received a BS degree in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1982 and an MS degree in electrical engineering from Washington University in 1985. He is currently executive vice president at Hunter Engineering in St. Louis, Missouri which designs and manufactures state of the art computerized automotive undercar repair and maintenance equipment. The equipment includes wheel alignment systems, wheel balancers, vibration control systems, tire changers, brake lathes, vehicle lifts, brake testers and inspection systems.
Mr. Colarelli has held positions of increasing responsibility at Hunter Engineering since 1985 and is currently responsible for research, engineering, manufacturing, quality, supply chain, information technology and international sales. He currently holds 50 United States patents. Prior to his career at Hunter Engineering, Mr. Colarelli was an engineer at McDonnell Douglas Corporation where he developed aircraft carrier based test systems for F-18 avionics.
Mr. Colarelli is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).