Isometric Micro Molding, Inc. CEO, Donna Bibber, was recently inducted into the James B. Francis Academy of Distinguished Engineers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. The prestigious engineering program at UMass Lowell is widely recognized as a leader in research and innovation for more than a century.
Selected Inductees must meet rigorous standards that include a distinguished record of leadership in their career and outstanding service to the college, university, or profession. In addition, the Francis College of Engineering expects the award winner to be a person, “of such integrity, stature, demonstrated ability and renown, that the faculty, staff, students and alumni of the Francis College of Engineering will take pride in, and be inspired by, his or her recognition.”
Bibber was deeply touched to receive the recognition from her alma mater and attended the ceremony in May.
The Isometric Micro Molding family is incredibly proud of Bibber and her leadership, passion for innovation, and continuing to push beyond perceived limits in micro solutions of micro molded parts and micro assemblies. All of this culminates into the driving force of the company’s vision for the future of micromolding and medical device manufacturing.
Learn more about CEO, Donna Bibber, at her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/micro/
Reach out to Donna with your project: [email protected]
See the innovation of Donna and her team of experts at: https://isomicro.com/portfolio/