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Betty L. Bowersox

Manager of Process Improvement

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experience

Retired  
Retired, January 2019 to Present, St. Louis, Missouri United States

Volunteer at ASME, Episcopal Diocese of MO, FIRST Robotics, Grace Episcopal Church, St. Louis University (College Advisory Board, AE/ME Industry Board)

Quality Systems Engineer  
Nooter/Eriksen, July 2015 to October 2017, Fenton United States



Committee on Finance and Investment (COFI)  
ASME, July 2015 to Present United States
(Volunteer)


Sr. Project Manager  
Nooter/Eriksen, April 2014 to July 2015, Fenton, Missouri United States



Governor-at-Large  
ASME, July 2011 to June 2014

ASME is a technical professional organization with 120,000 members worldwide. Its mission is to serve our diverse global communities by advancing, disseminating and applying engineering knowledge for improving the quality of life; and communicating the excitement of engineering - the source of technical solutions that benefit human kind. Currently: Board of Governors - 2011-2014 Previously: Berkshire County Group Chairman St. Louis Section Chairman Vice President, Region 7 [97-00] Vice President, Center for Career & Professional Advancement [09-10] Leadership Training Conference, Co-Chair 2007-2011

Manager of Process Improvement/ Sr PM  
Nooter/Eriksen, July 2007 to April 2014, Fenton, Missouri United States

Project Manager for 10 years [at Air Products and N/E]. With CPI, facilitating various teams working to streamline internal processes with aim of reducing errors, rework, and engineering/process schedule time.

Project Manager  
Nooter/Eriksen, January 2001 to June 2007, Fenton, Missouri United States



Project Manager  
Air Products, February 1998 to November 2000

[PERMEA Div., St. Louis, MO] Responsible for project estimation, proposal preparation and project execution for multiple gas separation skidded systems. Interacted directly with domestic and international customers, engineering and design firms, fabricators and vendors to meet project requirements, coordinating with Sales when required.

Manager of Quality, Product Certification, and Product Development  
INDEECO, September 1987 to September 1997

Assured products met regulatory organization’s guidelines and Standards; scheduled and facilitated client and ASME Code audits/surveys for three sites. Directed activities and projects of R&D technicians, QA inspectors, and Field Service technicians. Planned and managed a multi-department budget.

Manufacturing/Production Control/QA/Supervisor  
General Electric, July 1981 to September 1987

MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Plastics Business Operations, Pittsfield, MA (1981-1982) Project Development Engineer Process Control/Systems Engineer Lighting Business Group, Conneaut, OH (1982-1983) Manufacturing Engineer Quality Assurance Supervisor Ordnance Systems Division, Pittsfield, MA (1984 - 1987) Lead Supervisor, Production Control-Assembly Quality Assurance Engineer

Co-operative Education Engineer  
Ford Motor Company, June 1979 to April 1980

FORD MOTOR CO., Dearborn, MI Advanced Chassis Vehicle Development/Evaluation

education

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute  
Master Of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Jan, 1983 to Jan, 1985


Michigan State University  
Bachelor Of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Jan, 1977 to Jan, 1981


Lakeview High School  
Jan, 1974 to Jan, 1977


Certifications

  • EIT
    MI 
    May 1981

Awards

ASME Dedicated Service Award, 2002
For dedicated voluntary service to the Society marked by outstanding performance, domonstrated effectual leadership, prolonged and committed service, devotion, enthusiam and faithfulness.

ASME Presidential Proclamation, 2009
In recognition of extraordinary dedication and commitment to volunteer leadership training spanning over a decade.

ASME Fellow, 2011
The ASME Fellow is a Membership Grade of Distinction. The ASME Board of Governors confers the Fellow grade of membership on worthy candidates to recognize their outstanding engineering achievements. Fellows are nominated by their peers.