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Kelly Zelesnik

Lorain County Community College
Dean of the Engineering, Business & Information Technologies Division

Kelly Zelesnik is currently the Dean of the Engineering, Business & Information Technologies Division, the Nord Advanced Technologies Center and the Campana Center for Ideation & Invention at Lorain County Community College.  She was appointed to serve on LIFT’s (Lightweight Innovations for Today, Manufacturing USA Institute) Expert Educator Panel in January. She also supports workforce and educational programming for Manufacturing USA institutes including Next Flex and DMDII (Digital Manufacturing & Design Innovation Institute).  Ms. Zelesnik is Chair Emerita, United States Fab Lab Network (USFLN) and has served as co-principal investigator for the NSF funded Weld Ed ATE. Prior to her appointment as Dean, Ms. Zelesnik was a member of the faculty and coordinator of the Applied Electronics Technologies program which is TAC (Technology Accreditation Commission) of ABET (Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology) accredited.  She has held a number of engineering and management positions in industry, focusing her professional interests on medical devices and power systems.  She is a proud graduate of Cleveland State University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and received a Masters in Engineering Management from the Gordon Institute of Tufts University.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, October 4
 

10:15am