Seeking a challenging leadership opportunity which can leverage my diverse business experience in custom, engineered-to-order, job-shop businesses. I’ve managed domestic and international operations which included proposal development and negotiations, engineering, quality, procurement, customer service, supply chain, production, and other support groups.
May 1999 - Present
Volunteer & Community Involvement
Big Brothers Big Sisters of NEO
Going on 11th year as a "Big Brother" and 4th year as a member of their Board of Directors. Have had the privilege of providing mentorship for 3 different "Littles" with weekly activities, meetings, and events. Past recipient of Big Brother of the Year Award and current Board Recorder.
Jul 2007 - Dec 2008
Director, Technology Center
Directed engineering & order fulfillment for service businesses which included custom assemblies, engineered-to-order product modifications, and nuclear (N-stamp) certifications.
1998 - 2006
Manager, US Operations
Delivered high customer satisfaction results, cost-effective manufacturing, and operational support for US based locations. Company is controls manufacturer ($5B) and system integrator for engineered-to-order automation systems. Business grew from $75M to $150M.
1994 - 1998
Manager, Cleveland Operations
Responsible for manufacturing, procurement, material control, quality assurance, and centralized design & drafting for Cleveland Operations. Rapid growth ($16M to $75M) of the systems business led to consolidation and construction of a new central integration facility.
1991 - 1998
Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland
Instructor for JA Applied Economics program at Greater Cleveland middle schools (8th Grade) for approximately 7 years. Courses taught were 8-10 weeks in duration.
1992 - 1994
Manager, Final Production
Developed high performance work teams for 7 final production and test cells with excellent accountability and results within the standard products group at showcase pc board facility.
1988 - 1993
Managed planning, purchasing, manufacturing, shipping, and receiving. Business volume during this time was less than $16M with the Engineered Systems Division considered as strategic in support of product groups.