As a business student at the University of Michigan, Nancy Berg recognized the importance of learning about technology and manufacturing. She did an independent study in automation and robotics and used a presentation she developed from her research to make a pitch for a job at the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. The young Michigan native's presentation won over association staff members, and she was hired by SME in 1982. After 17 years in the association, 10 of which she spent leading ...

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