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At present, Mikayla Ladimir serves as Quality Specialist at Nestle USA.Prior to working at Nestle USA, Mikayla Ladimir served as Quality and Food Safety Technologist at Mars Petcare US. Working out of the firm's Columbus, Ohio, offices, she fulfilled a number of responsibilities, including assisting with internal audits and participating on the hazard analysis and critical control points team. Additionally, Ms. Ladimir created and presented training seminars on food safety, and she oversaw programs for metal detection, sanitation, and good manufacturing practices.In her position, Mikayla Ladimir draws on a wealth of experience in the industry, including six years with Mars Petcare US. Mikayla Ladimir began with the company in 2004, when she assumed the post of Pilot Plant Technician in Vernon, California. There, she performed various experiments, supervised the temporary workforce, and operated the processing machinery. She also initiated standard operating procedures in order to streamline research and development requests and assisted in the packaging and shipping of completed projects. Moreover, she directed a group of technicians in conducting development trials to track with the corporation's overall goals. Parlaying this experience, Mikayla Ladimir became a Quality Services Technician in 2007. In this new role, she continued to hone her leadership skills by analyzing completed products, conducting audits of facilities, and training employees to assess and handle incident reports in order to avoid product recalls. Among other accomplishments, Mikayla Ladimir instituted X-ray machines as part of a foreign substance program that ultimately saved the firm $100,000. She then spent a year as Co-pack Quality Technician before becoming Quality and Food Safety Technologist in 2009.In other prior experience, Mikayla Ladimir worked at Rockview Farms and Namar Foods. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Dietetics & Food Administration from California State University, Long Beach, and is working toward her Master's degree in Food Safety from Michigan State University.