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RssQuality driven and diversified engineering professional with 6+ years experience and proven performance developing and managing innovative and cost-efficient products. Expertise in automotive manufacturing process engineering, with an emphasis on quality

I am actively seeking a new and challenging career with the opportunity for growth, which will allow me to apply my engineering, manufacturing, and management experiences. I enjoy working in teams and seeing results of my accomplishments. I want my next position to be with a company that allows its employees to work dynamically and encourages growth.

Process Engineer

Toledo, OH

About Me


Engineering & Architecture


Process Engineer


Member of Society of Women Engineers Member of Engineering Society of Detroit

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Will Relocate:



Toledo, OH

Work Experiences

3/2005 - 11/2008

Chrysler, LLC

Individual Contributor

  • Adapted, improved, and managed processes and quality standards for manufacturing paint operations. Collaborated with internal/external customers, suppliers, and product engineers to develop low cost and high quality products. Developed, implemented, and reviewed conformance of vehicle quality and process standards applied to all levels of the operation. Investigated and maintained customer and corporate key quality satisfaction requirements, Six Sigma root cause analysis. Improved and decreased cost of operations, materials, tooling, and quality systems; Designed more efficient tooling, streamlined assembly operations, reduced cost in scrap, and decreased HPV (hours per vehicle). • Eliminated obsolete tooling for new model launches; Achieved savings of $700k in new tooling cost, and $300k cleaning cost per year. • Optimized paint process tooling design in order to reduce scrap; Achieved cost savings of $1.5M in scrap, and $20K in new tooling. • Reduced sealer usage applied to interior and underbody of vehicles, achieved by reengineering of sealer material, developing new manual sealer tips, and rescroll of manual sealer operations; Decreased total sealer usage per vehicle by 30%. • Managed and reduced excess scrap painted bodies in the shop. Designed a universal database to assist operators in accurately tracking number of paint passes. Reduced the number of undocumented scrap units by 90%.

9/2002 - 3/2005

DaimlerChrysler, AG

Individual Contributor

  • Two-year graduate rotational program within various areas of manufacturing, engineering, and production supervision. Learned many key components of automotive manufacturing, executive level business strategies/planning, product engineering, and program management. • Manufacturing Operations Business Planner – Office of Vice President • Manufacturing Engineer – Advanced Stamping Manufacturing Engineering • Product Engineer – Grand Cherokee Jeep Chassis Engineering • Trim Production Supervisor – Warren Truck Assembly Plant • Launch / Product Engineer – PT Cruiser Body-in-White Engineering • TCF Contact Engineer – Pilot Verification Operation Center • Quality Engineer – Powertrain & Component Engineering



Master Degree

Oakland University

  • Engineering Management


Bachelor Degree

Michigan State University

  • Engineering Arts