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Travis graduated from Trinity University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in Engineering Science, specializing in Mechanical Engineering. While at Trinity, Travis was a student representative on the First Year Leadership Council and a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers. For his senior design project, Travis designed and prototyped an electronic gear shifting and braking system for a road bicycle. After graduating from Trinity University, Travis worked as an R&D engineer at Mevicon, Inc., in Sunnyvale, CA, where he worked on power and communication systems for gossamer spacecraft. Travis’s work at Mevicon included design of support structures and manufacturing tooling, as well as studying segmented reflector alignment, zero-gravity reflector deployment, electrostatic reflector actuation, and photogrammetric surface mapping. In 2011, Travis left Mevicon to attend the University of Houston Law Center. While in law school, Travis interned at the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston, was a Vice President of the Intellectual Property Student Organization (IPSO), and competed as a member of the moot court team. In 2014, Travis graduated from the Law Center and subsequently passed the July 2014 Texas Bar exam. He joined Fletcher Yoder as an associate in September 2014 after clerking for the firm the previous summer. Travis’s practice focuses on mechanical, electromechanical, and control systems including reciprocating engines, turbines, agricultural equipment, welding systems, automotive interiors, wind power, oil and gas technologies, and industrial automation.
- B.S., Trinity University, 2007, Engineering (Mechanical)
- J.D., University of Houston, 2014