MADISON, WI – The Wisconsin Center for Manufacturing & Productivity (WCMP) elected Jeffrey Clark to its board of directors at a recent board meeting.
Clark is the chief executive officer of Waukesha Metal Products headquartered in Sussex. His leadership helped reinvigorate the business and continually achieve double digit growth in revenues and profitability. Clark is active in the industry and community, serving as chair of the MMAC’s Council of Small Business Executives, the Precision Metalforming Association Education Foundation, and the Waukesha County Business Alliance Manufacturing Executive Council. He also serves on the board of directors for the Sussek Machine Company and M3 Insurance and is a member of the Wisconsin Apprenticeship Consortium.
Waukesha Metal Products is a leading contract metal forming company which operates world-class manufacturing facilities in Sussex, Grafton, and San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Waukesha Metal Products was named a Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year in 2011 and has been recognized as a Milwaukee Future 50 Fastest Growing Companies and Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies.
“Jeff brings a wealth of experience in both the manufacturing and public policy arenas,” said Buckley Brinkman, executive director and CEO of the WCMP. “His perspectives will add strength and insight to our Board as we explore the implications of Industry 4.0 for Wisconsin.”
The Wisconsin Center for Manufacturing & Productivity (WCMP) is a private-public partnership supporting the Wisconsin manufacturing ecosystem and the people making it a vibrant part of the state’s economy. The WCMP is a key strategic partner of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and a member of the NIST Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership network, connecting manufacturers with the resources necessary to thrive in the world economy. For more information visit: www.WiCMP.org.