CLA Joins Women in Manufacturing (WiM) to Advance Industry Careers
The manufacturing industry is economic lifeblood. It fosters boundless innovation, generates jobs and wealth, and makes things we need and enjoy across the whole spectrum of markets and industries. It is vital to our world.
CLA couldn’t be prouder of our service to this vibrant sector. Our manufacturing and distribution practitioners are deeply invested in the success of our clients and the industry as a whole. And as an employer who knows the limitless potential of entrepreneurial-minded people, we’re also deeply invested in developing talent, fostering diversity, and growing careers.
So our alliance with Women in Manufacturing (WiM) makes perfect sense. We’ve joined forces with WiM as a corporate member to help it further its mission of attracting women to the industry and supporting their career and personal growth. Our professionals will work with WiM’s members to share knowledge, make connections, and develop leaders. And because we have locations all over the country, we can help WiM advance and build organizational chapters in lots of places, expanding its reach and influence to help women all over the United States.
Several of CLA’s industry professionals have raised their hands to be a significant part of this effort and officially represent our firm as WiM corporate members. Dozens of other women and men will participate at various levels, too.
- Carol Baber, Overland Park
- Allyson Baumeister, Ft. Worth
- Leslie Boyd, Indianapolis
- Amanda Casey, Atlanta
- Eileen Domanico, Philadelphia
- Virginia Harn, Minneapolis
- Melissa Laubach, St. Cloud
- Samantha Metcalf, Minneapolis
- Jen Rohen, St. Louis
- Marni Spence, Orlando
- Dodie Thomas, Minneapolis
- Rebecca Wolf, Charlotte
- Sandy Young , Minneapolis
We encourage others in manufacturing to get involved with WiM and help recruit and support the women who are so integral to the success of the industry.