Jon Jedliskowski

Manager of Policy and Information Retention, The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W)

Charlotte, United States

His background

His hobbies

SCUBA Diving Shark Diving Screenplay Writing Independent Film Production and Promoting Outdoor Mountain Hiking Traveling and Cars

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About him

Jon Jedliskowski serves as Manager of Policy and Information Retention for The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W). The firm, which was founded more than 140 years ago, services a number of industries, including nuclear power and renewable energy. A member of B&W since 2008, Mr. Jedliskowski participates in efforts to centralize policy management and information retention throughout the company.

Jon Jedliskowski earned a Master of Arts in Management from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. Before joining Babcock & Wilcox, he served as a consultant and independent contractor in information management and compliance in Houston. His expertise includes regulatory research and designing electronic record-keeping methods. Jon Jedliskowski has worked with clients in the energy, telecommunications, and transportation industries.

Outside of work, Jon Jedliskowski maintains an active connection to the independent film industry. He authored the independent film One Night at Jerry's, a science fiction story that follows the interaction of several customers stuck inside a diner, with a hurricane approaching, after martial law has been declared in their Texas town.

Jon Jedliskowski also wrote the screenplay for Treacherous Depths, a thriller that explores the ramifications of the discovery of a gold-laden Nazi U-Boat off the coast of Florida. The film weaves a story of greed, conquest, and betrayal among professional criminals, Nazi hunters, SCUBA divers, and the children of former Nazis as they rush to claim the loot. A SCUBA diver himself, Mr. Jedliskowski enjoys shark diving off the coast of North Carolina as well as cold water wreck diving.