Hear from our very own University of New Hampshire (UNH) and Granite State College (GSC) Lean practitioners.
Profiles of Lean Black Belts
The university system has certified Lean practitioners within the University of New Hampshire, Granite State College, and Keene State College. These resources are Lean certified facilitators, Lean role models, and Lean change management agents.
|Joy Acker||GSC - Admissions||Joy.Acker@granite.edu||Green Belt|
|Stephanie Bernier||UNH - Center for Academic Resource (CFAR)||Stephanie.Bernier@unh.edu||Green Belt|
|Rori Boyce||UNH - Information Technology||Rori.Boyce@unh.edu||Green Belt|
|Jacquelyn Bresnahan-Wisen||USNH - Procurement Services||Jacquelyn.Wisen@usnh.edu||Green Belt|
|Diane Byron||UNH - Information Technology||Diane.Byron@unh.edu||Green Belt|
|Cynthia Cargill||UNH - Project Management Office - PMO||Cynthia.Cargill@unh.edu||Green Belt|
|Faye Cragin||UNH - Cooperative Extension||Faye.Cragin@unh.edu||Green Belt|
|Paul DeMello||UNH - Project Management Office - PMO||Paul.DeMello@unh.edu||Green Belt|
|Bob Dorval||UNH - Information Technologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Green Belt|
|Jennifer Drake-Deese||KSC - Academic and Career Advisingemail@example.com||Black Belt|
Testimonials from Lean Participants
I attended the Yellow Belt training as “fresh eyes” on a project that was outside of my field. This was a really valuable experience because I was able to see the work from a fresh perspective, offering simple solutions that can be easily overlooked by those close to the work. Lean training is a great way to learn the principles of Lean Management while actually making process improvement. I highly recommend it for anyone who’s ever thought “Isn’t there a better way we can be doing this?”
Stephanie Bernier - Center for Academic Resources (CFAR)