Date: Wednesday 13th September
Time: Registration open at 5.30pm
White Eagle Restaurant’s & Banquet
6839 N Milwaukee
Niles IL 60714
IATF 16949 “The Columbia Accident” – Enduring Lessons from An Insider’s Viewpoint”. This is one you must see/hear/learn. This presentation will be about 90 minutes. It will run into dinner. We will serve during the presentation.
Steve Cantley is Director of R&D and Systems Engineering. He is originally from the Midwest, where he attended Michigan State University and earned his degree in Physics. His early career took him to Texas, initially working in the areas of aircraft and semiconductors. He eventually landed in Houston for his dream job – a seat in NASA’s Mission Control Center, where he was responsible for the International Space Station’s electrical power system during the design phase and the first several years of ISS assembly. A veteran flight controller with more than 2500 hours of console support, he lived through several spacecraft contingencies, developed failure response hardware still onboard today, and helped the Program rethink its critical spares strategy. Upon returning to the Midwest, Steve joined bb7 – initially in support of the IceCube Antarctic neutrino detector project. During his time at bb7, he has helped create or improve four major Antarctic research tools, collaborated on several medical products, and implemented (and serves as Management Representative for) a design-oriented ISO-9001/13485-registered quality management system. Ask Him About: Traditional Japanese calligraphy, landscape photography, or beekeeping. Or, keep it light (or rather black!) and discuss spaghettification.
Post Dinner Presentation:
IATF 16949, International Automotive Task Force – Let’s be attentive to what they are doing here. This is related to automotive, lets tune in and be attentive to what is going on in this industry.
Arvind Srivastava is Corporate Master Black Belt/IE at Accuride Corporation. Prior to joining Accuride, he worked as a quality system and process improvement consultant, and supply chain professional at multiple organizations across various industries in the US and India. Arvind is the co-author of Lean Management: 50-50-20 and Stat-Free Six Sigma books. He is a member of U.S. TAG to ISO/TC 176 (responsible for ISO 9001 standard) and U.S. TAG to ISO/PC 302 (responsible for ISO 19011 guidelines). Arvind is the Director of ASQ Chicago Section and teaches at its Training Institute. He holds BS (ME) from IIT Roorkee (India), MS (IE) from NITIE Mumbai (India), and MBS from Benedictine University, Lisle, IL. Arvind is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt (Accelper Consulting), IATF Lead Auditor (Exemplar Global) and Quality Auditor (ASQ). He is passionate about improvements in effectiveness and efficiency; reading and spreading knowledge; and Hindi old songs.
Bring someone along.
Meet, greet, eat and network.
Vice Chair Program
- $30 with pre-registration
- $35 without pre-registration
Plated Dinner – Entrée Choices*:
- *Chicken Breast Limone
- *Eggplant Napoleon
- Mushroom Barley French style
- Broccoli, Carrots & Cauliflower Individual Roasted Red Potatoes Individual
- Dessert: Dark Chocolate Mousse
Pre-Registration is Closed