Proposed Group Leadership Team to Be Elected on May 18

Official ASME Group

Milwaukee Section

A century old, the Milwaukee Section has grown to encompass the southern and eastern reaches of Wisconsin. On offer are open discussions, lively activities, and support for industry and academia...
See More
Edit Post Mode
Cancel

Enter the date that this post should be published.

Are you sure?

Are you sure you want to delete this file? This action is irreversible.

  • Proposed Group Leadership Team to Be Elected on May 18

    2016-2017 Group Leadership Team Nominations

     The Group Leadership Team (GLT) of the Milwaukee Section of ASME consists of ten (10) elected members:  chair, vice-chair, secretary, treasurer, and six (6) advisors.  This year, we will be voting for all 10 positions as required by the new ASME directives.

     The Nominating Committee, consisting of Ken Derra, Joe Derra, and Bob Stachowicz, propose the following ASME members be elected to the following Milwaukee Section Group Leadership Team positions.  

     Chair: Allen Perkins - Allen currently serves as Chair.  After leaving the Navy in 1972, he joined his father’s business, Perkins Engineering Co.  He has held a PE since 1977, is still running the company, and considers himself semi-retired.

    Vice-Chair:  Scott Kramer - Scott currently serves as Secretary.  He received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1984 from Northwestern University and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1992 from UWM.  Scott has been employed by Milwaukee Electric Tool, since 1993, and currently leads and manages many of the lithium ion battery projects.

    Secretary:  Liam Coen - Liam currently serves as an Advisor.  He is a Lead Engineer at GE Waukesha Gas Engines, and presently a member of the American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) Materials and Metallurgy Committee.

    Treasurer:  Douglas KieslingDouglas currently serves as Treasurer.  He has a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.  He currently works for GE Waukesha Gas Engines.  In 2009, he host-chaired the Spring Conference for the Internal Combustion Engine Division of ASME at Waukesha Engine.

    Advisor:  Bryan EskraBryan currently serves as an Advisor.  He received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, emphasizing Energy Conversion, from UWM in 1970.  He is a registered Professional Engineer in 6 states, including Wisconsin.  Bryan is a Life Member of ASME and has been active in our local section.  He was Vice-President, Principle, of Power Engineers Collaborative, LLC.

    Advisor:  Gene JanikowskiGene currently serves as Vice-Chair and has been an ASME member since 1975 and is a Life Member.  He is a Registered PE in Wisconsin, an ISO 9000 Auditor, and a Six Sigma Blackbelt.  He is retired from C&D Technologies.

    Advisor:  Subha KumpatySubha currently serves as an Advisor and has coordinated the Section’s efforts in educational seminars.  Since 1997, he has taught at MSOE and currently is a professor of mechanical engineering and the program director of the Master of Science in Engineering program.

    Advisor:  Chris NelsonChris is seeking his first position on the GLT.  He has been an active member of our section.  He works at GE Waukesha Gas Engines.

    Advisor:  Carissa PetzingerCarissa currently serves as an Advisor.  She received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Electrical Engineering in 2013 from Marquette University.  Carissa was very active in Marquette’s ASME section and was Vice-Chair of District Events for the Student District Operating Board (SDOB) for District C from 2010 to 2013.  Currently, she is on the College Relations Committee for our section and works at Generac.

    Advisor:  Buck TannerBuck currently serves as an Advisor and has been an active member for the last few years and most recently he has been involved with the meeting arrangements committee.

Please log in to comment

Comments (0)

Your comment has been posted.   Close
Thank you, your comment requires moderation so it may take a while to appear.   Close
Your avatar