Jon Jedliskowski - Manager of Policy and Information Retention at The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W)
Jon Jedliskowski brings a touch of the modern-day Renaissance Man to his endeavors. In addition to his skills as an information technology executive, Jon Jedliskowski writes screenplays and enjoys SCUBA diving.
In fact, Mr. Jedliskowski’s knowledge of SCUBA diving supplied the inspiration for one of his screenplays, Treacherous Depths, a thriller that focuses on the discovery of a Nazi U-Boat, loaded with gold, off the coast of Florida. His characters “driven by greed, betrayal, and the desire for conquest” include members of organized crime syndicates, Nazi hunters, descendants of Nazi officials, and SCUBA divers.
Jon Jedliskowski also wrote the screenplay for One Night at Jerry’s, an independent film that centers on the events in a Texas town that has been shut down by a hurricane. With hints of UFO cover-ups and the declaration of martial law, the film depicts the interaction of patrons caught inside a diner, seeking shelter from the impending storm.
On the professional front, Jon Jedliskowski holds the position of Manager of Policy and Information Retention at The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W). He joined the energy-industry firm in 2008 after working as a consultant and independent contractor in the field of information management for many years. Mr. Jedliskowski’s responsibilities with B&W include writing, developing, training, and overseeing compliance programs. He also developed a centralized policy for both information retention and policy management within the company.
Jon Jedliskowski’s recreational pursuits include mountain hiking, travel, and shark diving off the North Carolina coast. He also enjoys cold-water wreck diving.
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