Kim Wolf has had extensive experience in consumer goods manufacturing and food processing. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Mechanical Engineering degree and a minor in Mathematics. She worked for Eveready Battery Company in several positions, including Plant Engineer and Manager of Maintenance. She then began with Pepperidge Farm, a subsidiary of Campbell Soup Company, managing manufacturing facilities that produced various food products. She held roles as Manager of Engineering and Maintenance and Operations Manager before being transferred to Canada, as the Plant Manager at the Campbell Soup plant in Listowel, ON. She then held senior manufacturing roles with McCormick Canada and The Original Cakerie as Director of Manufacturing and Vice President of Operations. She has also worked as a Professor with Conestoga College and as a manufacturing and leadership consultant.
Kim has vast experience in six-sigma, lean manufacturing, team development, document and visual management, and other continuous improvement tools. She has worked as a consultant with manufacturers, to introduce and integrate appropriate tools into businesses, ultimately driving superior bottom-line results.
She believes that her experience in manufacturing and teaching allows her to best support manufacturers by contributing significant knowledge, expertise and resources towards the success of EMC’s members.
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