Geauga Economic Leadership and Geauga Growth’s Entrepreneur Task Force Present Women in Manufacturing December 7

The face of manufacturing is changing. Meet three leaders of Geauga County companies who are part of a dynamic and evolving manufacturing industry. They have weathered shifting workforce climates, adapted during economic downturns, and injected new perspectives into what has primarily been a male- dominated culture. Join us as they talk about their backgrounds, how they got their start, what they love about manufacturing, and what they see in the future.

(left to right) Marian DeVoe, President Chardon Custom Polymers Ann Kelley, Owner/ Vice President, IntelliPak, Ltd. Tracie Roberts, Partner/ Vice President, Montville Plastics & Rubber
  • Friday, December 7; 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. – Presentation
  • 7:30 a.m. – Networking & Light Breakfast
  • Kent State University at Geauga 14111 Claridon Troy Rd, Burton 44021
  • All are welcome to attend this free event. Register here.

Geauga Economic Leadership (G.E.L.) Breakfasts are a collaborative partnership between Kent State University at Geauga and Geauga Growth Partnership. The breakfast is a dynamic opportunity to bring business and industry leaders together with our community to network, learn, and collaborate. For questions or to register contact,

Geauga Growth Partnership hosts Entrepreneur Success Breakfasts several times each year to feature Geauga County entrepreneurs. These breakfast programs, presented by GGP’s Entrepreneur Task Force (Christian Klein, Chair) include a time for networking, followed by a program where business owners share their stories with the help of a moderator.

Visit Kent State Geauga for information on programs and degree offerings at Kent State Geauga. Visit Geauga Growth Partnership for information on membership, business events and workforce training at Geauga Growth Partnership.

We wish to thank our 2018 Annual Entrepreneur Program Sponsor: HD Davis

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