Jerome Proctor serves as a Business Consultant at Proctor Technologies and founder and owner of Proctor Technologies. Jerome was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. Proctor received his Bachelor of Arts (in business and economics) from Washington State University, and Master of Business Administration from the City University of Seattle.
Jerome's maternal grandfather was born an American slave in the State of Florida in the 1860's. His maternal great-grandfather was the American inventor who patented the Safety-Scaffold in the State of North Dakota in 1916. His paternal great-uncle's fuel company was the first registered black-owned business in the State of Washington. His father an American pioneer, served in the United States Army Air Corps as a Tuskegee Airman pilot in the 332nd and 477th during World War II and in Korea.
Proctor began his professional career as a computing analyst with the Boeing Company a Fortune 500 corporation located in Seattle, Washington. (Boeing is noted for being the world's number one aerospace company). In 21 years with Boeing, Proctor held positions of increasing roles and responsibility, including the initial roll out of departmental personal computers, developing operating systems, the blueprint for the IT skills of the future process, and the commercial airplane programs technology transfer plan. He also was instrumental in implementing a factory automation system by leading the implementation of a automated employee timekeeping system and wireless infrastructure in the world's largest building. He helped develop and maintain "partnerships and goodwill" with international strategic suppliers and countries. Proctor served as a program manager at Microsoft where he assisted in the development of the on-line service business operations finance products & services.
Currently, Jerome Proctor serves as Business Professor at the Nebraska Indian Community College in Santee, Nebraska..
Jerome Proctor serves in radio broadcasting in the Nebraska Indian Community College Santee Sioux Radio Station KZYK Santee 88.9 FM, Santee Sioux Nation Community Garden & Market Project and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Native Foods Project. Jerome is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. In 1984, he was appointed to the Office of Polemarch at the undergraduate chapter in Pullman, Washington. Jerome served on the Board of Directors for the Respite Activity Center in Marysville, Washington. He served as a volunteer with the Boys and Girls Club of Snohomish County, Special Olympics, and University of Washington Aerospace Mentorship Program