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Jennifer Clark Director, Manufacturing Operations – GLOBAL FOUNDRIES

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In this episode Johnnieanne Hansen from the Council of Industry interviews Jennifer Clark, Director of Manufacturing Operations for Global Foundries and member of the Council of Industry Board of Directors.

Johnnieanne speaks with Jennifer about her leadership style and her thoughts on the imposter syndrome. Earlier this year Jennifer was also interviewed by Harold King for the leadership profile in the Fall 2019 issue of HV MFG Magazine. This podcast dives deeper into Jennifer’s past, following her journey from high school to college and now her career in the manufacturing industry.

Jennifer Clark Leadership Profile: This article highlights Jennifer’s natural transition from a love of math and science, to a rising career path with a degree in Chemical Engineering and now her role as Director of Manufacturing Operations for Global Foundries.

Women in Manufacturing: Jennifer also spoke with Serena Cascarano from the Council of Industry for an article about increasing female representation in the manufacturing industry. She shared her inspiration for entering the field by telling us, “What got me so interested in manufacturing specifically was the fact that you’re actually creating something tangible. Manufacturing allows you to work with your hands and physically see the progress and products you’re creating.”

You can read the full issue here: Fall 2019 Issue of HV MFG

About Global Foundries:
We deliver differentiated feature-rich solutions that enable our clients to develop innovative products for high-growth market segments. GF provides a broad range of platforms and features with a unique mix of design, development and fabrication services. With an at-scale manufacturing footprint spanning three continents, GF has the flexibility and agility to meet the dynamic needs of clients across the globe.

About Us:
The Council of Industry has been the manufacturer’s association of the Hudson Valley since 1910. Council membership includes manufacturers and businesses related to the manufacturing industry throughout the region. It is privately funded not-for-profit organization, whose mission is to promote the success of its member firms and their employees and through them contribute to the success of the Hudson Valley community.