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Robin graduated from Michigan Tech in 1986 with bachelor’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Administration, and began a fifteen year career with Procter & Gamble. Her first position was as Project and Maintenance Manager in Cheboygan, Michigan. In 1990, she became Plant Diversity & Organization Effectiveness Manager at P&G’s Cincinnati, Ohio facility. Her next position was . . .
Laurie Couture-Dorschner, a 1979 graduate of Michigan Tech with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, began her career with Bemis Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979 as a materials development engineer, the first female engineer hired by Bemis Company. She held various engineering and manufacturing positions until 1984, when she joined Kimberly-Clark Corporation in Neenah, Wisconsin. Her initial assignment . . .
Mr. James N. Howell graduated from Michigan Tech in 1965 with a Chemical Engineering degree and subsequently attended the Thomas Cooley Law School of Lansing in 1975. Upon graduation, Mr. Howell joined the Dow Corning Corporation where he was active in environmental engineering and regulatory areas. He joined the Environmental Regulations and Enforcement Division of the State of Michigan in 1972 and the National Steel . . .