is a Life Member of ASCE. He has been actively involved with the Forensic Engineering Division for over 20 years, he contributed chapters to both the First and Second Edition of the Guidelines for Forensic Engineering Practice, and to the ASCE book Engineering Investigations of Hurricane Damage: Wind versus Water. A self-described recovering academic, Len taught at the University of Notre Dame and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He spent professional time providing wind-tunnel testing and consulting, and he has been involved in forensic engineering since being retained to examine damage from Hurricane Andrew in 1992.