The Robots are coming.
Steve talk about how students, parents, teachers and manufacturers with an interest in combat robotics can start a local chapter. And why they should. The NRL helps grow the future of the manufacturing workforce in the United States.
About the speaker
Steven Tamasi is CEO of Boston Centerless, located in Woburn, MA. He is a second generation entrepreneur with a passion for business who understands the power of operational excellence. Managing a culture shift to lean manufacturing has resulted in a World Class Manufacturing operation and led to winning the 2006 Northeast Shingo Prize Silver Medal.
Prior to Boston Centerless, he worked for Agathon AG in Switzerland and White Plains, NY.
For twenty years, as both the Team Leader and as a team member for the National Tooling and Machining Association, Steven has actively led efforts to improve and expand educational efforts for precision machining at both the local and national level. He currently leads the National Robotics League (NRL). Steven is a founder and Advisory Board member for the E-Team Machinist Training Program in Lynn, MA. Boston Centerless sponsors the SkillsUSA MA State competition for Precision Machining and acts as a sponsor and mentor for the Winchester, MA High School Robotics team.
Steven holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering from Cornell University, and is a graduate of the Owner/President Management (OPM) Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School.
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