Barry Savage is currently manager of the Survey Products group at the Tennessee Valley Authority in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He manages the office operations for the survey work TVA does in a seven-state region. Prior to his service at TVA he was in private survey practice for 10 years specializing in dispute resolution and expert witness services. He has surveyed several disputed state boundaries to resolve jurisdictional conflicts. Mr. Savage is an adjunct professor at Cleveland State Community College. He teaches basic survey courses along with boundary law, geodesy and GPS classes. He has also researched and retraced the historical surveys of Henry David Thoreau at Walden Pond. Mr. Savage teaches exam review and continuing education seminars at various state and local conferences across the country. Mr. Savage received his B.S. degree, with high honors, in Civil Engineering Technology from the University of Tennessee at Martin.