About

Dr. Lameiro

 

Summary.  Gerard Francis Lameiro Ph.D. is an author, philosopher, economist, and engineer. He is the author of four books and is a popular TV and Talk Radio show guest that did 469 media interviews across America and around the world in 2016.  All of those interviews dealt with the 2016 presidential election and/or the subsequent presidential transition.

Dr. Lameiro has worked on many political campaigns in various roles, including Ronald Reagan’s 1976 and 1980 presidential election campaigns.  Dr. Lameiro was a member of the 1980 Presidential Electoral College and personally cast one electoral vote for Ronald Reagan for President of the United States of America.

He was the Founder and CEO of Lameiro Economics LLC, a company focused on bringing practical economic knowledge about freedom, economic growth, and prosperity to America and to the world.  He was a member of Hewlett-Packard’s Strategy and Corporate Development team.  He was the worldwide President of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and a National Science Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow.  He was also an Assistant Professor in Colorado State University’s College of Business.

Dr. Lameiro is an expert in presidential election campaigns, analytics, complex computer modeling, forecasting political and economic events, as well as economic growth modeling. Within economics, his sub-specialties are pro-growth tax, spending, regulatory, and monetary policies.

Dr. Lameiro’s technical background includes: static, dynamic, and stochastic simulation models; differential equations; numerical analysis; linear algebra; optimization theory; advanced probability and statistical analysis; Markov, birth and death, epidemic, and other stochastic processes; scientific computing; financial models, economic models, forecast models, and business models.

Additional Biographical Information.  Dr. Lameiro holds a Bachelor of Science degree with High Distinction in Mathematics (Computer Science option).  His two major undergraduate projects included: Solution of N-th Order Boundary Value Problems Using the Method of Least Squares and Simulation of Air Traffic Control.  He also holds a Master of Science degree in Business Administration. His master’s thesis was: Simulation of Organizational Behavior, a dynamic computer model for simulating human behavior within an organization.  His Ph.D. degree is in Mechanical Engineering (Industrial Engineering and Operations Research specialization).  His Ph.D. dissertation was: Stochastic Models of Solar Energy Systems.  All of his degrees were from Colorado State University.  During his Ph.D. work, he was twice awarded Colorado Energy Research Institute Fellowships.  Following his Ph.D. degree, Dr. Lameiro became a National Science Foundation Post-Doctoral Energy-Related Fellow.

With his solar energy models as a foundation, Dr. Lameiro went on to become a Senior Scientist at the Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) which is now called the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).  He also became an Editorial Board member of Energy Engineering as well as an Editorial Board member of Energy Economics, Policy, and Management.  He was elected President of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) worldwide and became a member of their Board of Directors.  He founded and chaired AEE’s National Energy Policy Council (NEPC) and was also Chairman of AEE’s Solar Engineering Council.  He subsequently received the AEE Outstanding Service as President Award and the AEE Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Energy Engineers.

In addition, Dr. Lameiro was an Assistant Professor in the College of Business at Colorado State University (CSU).  While a professor and at various other times, he taught classes in Computer Information Systems, Management Science, Computer Science, Management, and Marketing.  He was awarded the Honors Prof Award and the Alumni Faculty Award for outstanding teaching.

He also started a boutique strategy and computer modeling think tank, Lameiro Research Institute (LRI).  LRI was primarily focused on management and marketing strategy for Fortune 100 corporations.  He ran LRI for about eight years and created such programs as Passionate Executive Performance and Fast-Track Marketing.

Dr. Lameiro also joined Hewlett-Packard and held a variety of engineering, marketing and management positions.  He was awarded an Entrepreneurial Excellence Award for his efforts on behalf of the HP OpenView Software Division.  He also played a major role in developing the HP Computing Utility Services Division.  He was responsible for negotiating and closing some major innovative deals with HP partners.  At Hewlett-Packard, he became involved in business model design, investment analysis, technology evaluation, internal consulting and strategy.

Subsequently, he became a member of HP’s Strategy and Corporate Development team.  He became Director of New Business Ventures for Hewlett-Packard worldwide.  He founded and managed the highly successful HP Technology Evaluation Process worldwide that was deemed to be an Industry Best Practice.  During that time, he worked with thousands of top executives from around the world.  After about 16 years with HP, he retired early from Hewlett-Packard to pursue his dream of helping to eliminate the poverty of destitution throughout the world by bringing practical economic knowledge to America and the world.

Dr. Lameiro became Founder and CEO of Lameiro Economics LLC, a company focused on bringing practical economic knowledge about freedom, economic growth and prosperity to America and to the world.

Dr. Lameiro is the author of four books:

He is a popular TV and Talk Radio show guest that currently does hundreds of media interviews annually across America and the world.

Dr. Lameiro has appeared over the years in a number of biographical publications including, but not limited to, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in Finance and Industry, Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America, and American Men and Women of Science.  He was also selected for membership in a number of honor societies including: Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma (Business), Kappa Mu Epsilon (Mathematics), and Sigma Xi (The Scientific Research Society of North America).