“Laura is a leader in her own right, but she also possesses the traits to take on more responsibility and become a future leader. She holds an innate quality to always search for the truth in any situation and to take a pragmatic approach that balances the needs of sales and manufacturing to the needs of quality and compliance. As an employee in Quality, it would be easy to articulate why something cannot be done because of a particular requirement, but a leader provides value when they show alternate paths relating to how it could be done to satisfy both perspectives. Laura’s engagement and understanding of the needs of others and her knowledge of the requirements for compliance to Curbell’s QMS and applicable medical device regulations allows her to be a sought after resource among her peers. True leaders such as Laura are engaging, they are sought for their expertise, and they provide value to situations where they can recognize many factors from competing disciplines.”
Laura Marron, Quality Engineer, was nominated for FuzeHub’s first-ever Millennials in Manufacturing Award…and she won! Laura was selected from a group of professionals around New York State who are driving cutting-edge innovation and growth in the highly competitive manufacturing industry. Laura will receive her award from FuzeHub at the New York State Innovation Summit in Rochester in early October.
As part of the nomination, Laura was asked to create a 60-second video highlighting what excites her about manufacturing, innovation, and working in New York state. To see Laura’s video, click HERE!
And a big thank you to Michael Winter, Sr. Director, Quality and Regulatory Affairs, for nominating Laura! When asked What makes Laura a future leader in manufacturing, Mike said this: