America Makes Announces the 2020 Class of America Makes Ambassadors
The 2020 class represents a cross-section of the industry whose work helped further advance additive technology.
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October 13, 2020
America Makes announce the 2020 class of America Makes Ambassadors. The Ambassador Program, launched in 2017, recognizes individuals who have continually demonstrated outstanding dedication to advancing America Makes and its mission.
With the additive manufacturing industry’s thrust into the spotlight this year, the 2020 class represents a cross-section of the industry whose work helped further advance additive technology and showed the resilience of the additive manufacturing community.
“The additive manufacturing industry has been challenged like never before this year. This year’s class represents individuals who have continued to be at the forefront of pushing additive manufacturing to new heights,” says America Makes Executive Director John Wilczynski. “Their important work is setting the trajectory for the industry’s future and we are honored to have them as part of the America Makes program.”
2020 Class of America Makes Ambassadors:
- Bill Carter, GE
- Mark Lamoncha, Humtown Products
- Brett Conner, Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus
- Managed by Honeywell
- Ed Herderick, The Ohio State University
- Mara Hitner, MatterHackers
- Meghan McCarthy, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Janet Kar, Link3D
- Kevin Slattery, The Barnes Global Advisors
- Kimberly Gibson, IC3D
- Kelly Visconti, PM2 Strategies
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.