Jennifer Snow-Boscolo
Director, Production Control, North America
Terex Aerial Work Platforms
Redmond, WA

“I studied engineering because I loved science and problem solving. I enjoy discovering a better way to do something and I’ve always been fascinated by how things work. Combine that with the fact that the manufacturing industry is a major driver of economic prosperity...who wouldn't be passionate about manufacturing?”

Jennifer Snow-Boscolo has consistently leveraged her skills as an outstanding leader, manager, and systems engineer to contribute to the company's success throughout the course of her fifteen-year career. She demonstrates a rare combination of analytical thinking and leadership that has resulted in lasting process and cultural change, as well as improved financial performance.
Jenny's record of accomplishment of significant, sustainable improvement led to her being recognized as the resident expert and leader for other business units across the corporation.   She is a positive and influential leader, with the rare ability to form and lead teams regardless of her title or position.  She has been an influential role in the process of redefining the expectations of leadership within the business and is a thought-leader on the subject of the role of a leader as a coach and mentor. 
 Jenny has serviced on the “Women@Terex” steering committee for three years, helping Terex “ensure that women feel both included and supported, creating an environment where they can thrive in the workplace.” In this position, Jenny has organized several “Women@Terex” events to provide opportunities for talented women to network and share their experiences, successes, and challenges. 
Jenny also reaches out to young people in the community to foster an enthusiasm for manufacturing and help build the understanding of the importance of manufacturing to our collective future. She has often been the career “matchmaker” for early career engineers, playing a key role in the growth and retention in our community. Jenny has also been a guest lecturer at the Industrial Engineering School at the University of Washington on the topic of Toyota Production System methods and lean culture.

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