Clifton W. Flynt

Title: President, Computer Programmer, Software Designer, Author
Company: Noumena Corporation
Location: Whitmore Lake, Michigan, United States

Clifton Flynt, President, Computer Programmer, Software Designer and Author at Noumena Corporation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in software design and development.

Since 2000, Mr. Flynt has served as the president of Noumena Corporation, a company that provides software solutions and training to companies around the world. Upon joining the company, Mr. Flynt brought several decades of experience to the table, having working as the president for his own company, and as an engineer for a variety of other companies throughout the years. In addition to this executive role, he served as the president and founder of the TCL Community Association. He has also taught in different capacities at Eastern Michigan University and Grinnel College. Some of his earliest positions upon graduating college were working as a chemist for the State University of New York (SUNY) Syracuse and for Gelman Sciences.

Mr. Flynt earned a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from SUNY Syracuse in 1975. He continued with postgraduate coursework at the institution before turning his attention to work full-time. After working for several years as a scientist, he shifted to computer programming in the late 1970s, becoming a programmer for Applied Dynamics. Throughout the next two decades, he developed his skills with companies such as GeoSpecta, BioImage, Resource One, Cimage, Veracity, Inc., Computational Biosciences, Inc., Applied Intelligent Systems, Inc. and First Virtual Holdings, Inc. For his work, he received a Pegasus Award in 1984 and 1987, as well as induction to the Filk Hall of Fame in 2005. He has co-authored and authored several works, including “Coming Out in the Anthology As Told By Things” and “Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook.”

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