Set to talk about her decades in industry and the debut of her e-book 14 Dinners and a Lunch, Susan Stansbury will speak in Green Bay August 30. “Her career is unique with so many assignments as the lone woman in management, and with her breadth of experience,” says Marty Ochs of Green Bay Innovation Group, co-sponsor along with Women in the 5P group. 5P chairs Cassie Diedrick and Emily Haines will act as co-hosts.
“While I did not set out to work in the manufacturing world back in the 70s, the markets and incidents along the way are the stories of my book,” says Stansbury. “I used 14 Dinners and a Lunch as occasions to reveal certain happenings and surrounding times; I was often determined, sometimes distressed, occasionally amusing. I kept many of the details to myself, believing in evolution, not revolution.” Her August 30 speech will include comments on business methods and mechanisms that led to career growth.
A skilled speaker, Stansbury has been a presenter for many years at industry conferences throughout the U.S. as well as in Europe. She plans to include some strategies that served her well during her career. Her working career included jobs at major paper producers, specialty work on healthcare products, flexographic printing, and packaging. She had stints leading a quality process, strategic planning, and product development. During the pandemic, she worked on mask and wipes products as well as materials sourcing. She also originated and owned the Converters Expo at Lambeau for several years. More recently she consulted with clients across the U.S.
Hosts for the Green Bay event:
- Cassie Diedrick: Cassie. Diedrick@robinsoninc.com
- Emily Haines: email@example.com
Diedrick and Robinson represent today’s Women in the 5P (Packaging, Printing, Paper, Pulp, Plastics). They will lead with questions after the speech.
For more information about Stansbury’s book release, contact via email: Details@14Dinners.com. Susan R. Stansbury’s short bio is on LinkedIn.