Viracon Promotes Three to Six Sigma Black Belts
December 3, 2010
Viracon Inc. has promoted Bethany Stringer, Matt Jukkala and Mike Smith to the position of Six Sigma Black Belts. In their new roles, the three employees will be supporting manufacturing and transactional processes.
“We pride ourselves in striving for continuous improvements in our company, and the Six Sigma program is a significant part of our efforts,” says Ryan Falch, Six Sigma Champion at Viracon.
Six Sigma is a business management strategy that seeks to improve quality through efficient business and manufacturing processes. To achieve Black Belt status, a professional must enroll in advanced leadership and management training.
Stringer has been with Viracon since August of 2008 and previously worked as an inside sales associate. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration.
Jukkala joined Viracon in August of 2008 as a coatings supervisor. Prior to joining Viracon, he worked as an engineers officer in the military. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics.
Smith started at Viracon as a management trainee in January 2008. Prior to joining Viracon, he was a Captain, Armor in the United States Army. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminology from Kansas State University.