Dr. Mosher, a native Californian, was born in Los Angeles and has resided in the San Fernando Valley most of his life. He was the founder of Precision Dynamics Corporation in 1956. The company was established to manufacture and distribute products in the health care field. He has served as President of Precision Dynamics Corporation from 1957 to 2002. From 2002 to 2011 Dr. Mosher served as a Director for Precision Dynamics Corporation.
During the period 1956 through 1971, Dr. Mosher was a student and faculty member of UCLA. During his tenure as a faculty member, he served as a Director of the Urban Ecology and Transportation Group at the Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering. He also was a lecturer in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Prior to his lectureship, he served on the committee that established the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at UCLA. He has also served on other faculty committees at various times.
While at UCLA, Dr. Mosher also served as a consultant to the Federal Government in its initial activities associated with setting up the National Highway Safety Bureau in the Department of Transportation. In this consulting activity, he reported to the Deputy Director of National Highway Safety Bureau. Dr. Mosher also served as a consultant to Systems Development Corporation on their traffic flow theory research program.
In 1969, Dr. Mosher resigned from the University of California to complete his doctorate studies receiving his degree in 1971 from the School of Engineering. His fields of specialization are applied mathematics, computer technology and transportation flow theory.
In 1971, Dr. Mosher assumed full-time management of Precision Dynamics Corporation. At that time annual sales were approximately $600,000. Sales increased to 180 million by 2011. The company celebrated its 50th anniversary in July 2006. Dr. Mosher holds several patents in the patient identification field and has numerous publications in the field of highway safety and traffic flow theory. Dr. Mosher retired from Precision Dynamics in 2012.
While managing Precision Dynamics in addition to his responsibilities at Precision Dynamics Corporation, Dr. Mosher was a member of or served on the Board of various organizations which include: Board of Directors of HIMA(now AdvaMed), Board of Directors and Past Chair of the Valley Industry Commerce Association (VICA), Board member of Valley Economic Development Center, Board Member Health Industry Business Communications Council (HIBCC), Board member of the San Fernando Police Advisory Council, Founder of the Mobile Technology Laboratory program, Editorial Advisory Board member of the Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry (MDDI), Board member of Fernando Award Foundation, Advisory Board member of the Economic Alliance, Board member of West Hills Homeowners Association, Pierce College Foundation Board member, Woodbury University School of Business Advisory Board member, Board member of the Valley Family Center, Emeritus/Honorary Board Member of Hathaway-Sycamores, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Woodbury University. Dr. Mosher remains active with many of these originations today.
Dr. Mosher was a founding member and served as a Director for the Health Industry Manufacturers Association (HIMA), now known as AdvaMed, for 15 years and was also a member of the Technical and Regulatory Committee from its inception until 2008. He was a past member of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Regional Advisory Council, Past Board member of the Uniform Code Council (UCC), past member of Holy Cross Hospital Development Board serving as Vice Chair in 1990.
Dr. Mosher has been the recipient of many awards for distinguished community service and volunteerisms throughout his illustrious career including the Nelle Reagan Award from Olive View-UCLA Medical Center Foundation in 1996, the prestigious Fernando Award in 1998, the Anti-Defamation League Valleys Distinguished Community Service Award in 1999, as well as the Harmon Ballin Community Service Award from VICA in 2001. In 1996 he was honored to be an Olympic Torch Runner. In 2010 he received an Honorary Doctor of Business Administration from Woodbury University.
Dr. Mosher set an example for others with his many years of community involvement. Through his Foundation he still actively supports many organizations including MEND, Hathaway-Sycamore Child and Family Services, Tierra Del Sol Foundation, the Valley Cultural Center, Pierce College Foundation, Woodbury University Foundation, One Generation, Betty Ford foundation, Valley Family Center, Fernando Awards Foundation, and New Horizons.