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NOTICE: Starting with our 1/10/2017 Dinner meeting, ASQ 1510 member pricing is $15 per person, ASQ Student Member pricing is $5, and non-member/late pricing is $30.  (you may send an alternate if you find after registering that you cannot attend, but we must pay venue for each registrant regardless of whether you show up, so registration fee is non-refundable)


ASQ 1510 Dinner Meeting: May 14, 2019

Venue: Tropical Acres Restaurant, 2500 Griffin Road, Ft. Lauderdale, FL  33312

Registration/Networking begin at 5:30 pm

Dinner is at 6:30 pm

Presentation begins at 7:20 pm



Speaker: Jewel Reid, Director of Operational Excellence and Strategic Initiatives, CSL Plasma

Jewel is a 20-year corporate professional with experience in process improvement methods for Healthcare, Collegiate Education, Market Research, Human Resources, and Manufacturing.  Jewel is a certified Master Black Belt who has spent much of her career implementing quality initiatives that saved several million dollars for various corporations.  She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from North Carolina A&T State University.  Jewel is a native of North Carolina, but spent most of her professional career in Dallas, TX.  In her personal time, Jewel enjoys exercising, traveling, volunteering and coaching others to live to their greatest potential.  Jewel is a certified Life Coach by Life Purpose Coaching Centers International.      


Presentation Topic: Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement


In an ever-changing world, continuous improvement is a vital driver in making processes more efficient and to enhance the customer experience.  As a result, companies must make an asserted effort to create a culture of continuous improvement and to identify tools and methods to maximize operational efficiencies.  In this presentation, the presenter will walk you through her journey to create a culture of continuous improvement.  You’ll gain insight into the things that worked well and the things that could have been done differently.





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