Marcy McClanahan
Plant Manager and Site Leader
Ingersoll Rand
Charlotte, NC
“Manufacturing is a team sport. Preparation equals performance, and performance is the great equalizer – it’s blind to age, race, gender, sexual orientation and ethnicity. If the team members perform, the team wins. I learned this lesson first playing basketball, and I apply the same passion to the manufacturing environment.”

Marcy McClanahan has an earned reputation for success in the manufacturing industry. She joined Ingersoll Rand more than 25 years ago and has been promoted to positions of increasing scope and responsibility. 
Currently Plant Manager and Site Leader at the Ingersoll Rand Remanufacturing Plant in Charlotte, N.C., Marcy is responsible for all plant functions generating $50M in revenue annually.  Prior to assuming this leadership role, Marcy served as the Operations Manager for Trane Rental Services, where she led the team to four consecutive years of double-digit growth.  
Her previous professional experience includes serving as the Leadership Development Trainer for Trane Commercial Systems, working closely with multiple Trane manufacturing sites.  She is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.  Marcy believes strongly in being involved in her local community and has led events for Project Scientist, Charlotte Family Housing, Cookies for Kids Cancer and many others.  Additionally, she serves as a mentor for the Queens University Emerging Leaders program and is Co-Chairperson for the Ingersoll Rand PRIDE (LGBT) Employee Resource Group.  She is very proud of the successful launch of the Ingersoll Rand Ally program, which helps create a safe and supportive work environment for all employees.

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