MEM Alumni Networking Talk 2022
Thursday, March 31 • 7 pm (EST)
New Day, New Rules: How the Pandemic has Changed the Workplace
Covid has cooled but its repercussions will endure, maybe forever. Nowhere is this more obvious than the workplace, where buzzwords like “hybrid event” and “WFH day” are now part of the lexicon. A panel of experts, all graduates of the Master of Engineering and Management program at CWRU, will discuss changes in workplace culture and where they may lead. Current MEM students will moderate a discussion live streamed to MEM alumni. Join us!
Tawny Bragg '10, MEM '12
CVS Health, Advisor, Specialty Manufacturer Account Management
As a Specialty Account Manager at CVS Health, Tawny helps to bring specialty drugs to market. However, the job that keeps her most busy is wife to Babajide and mother to two beautiful boys, Joshua and Tatum. A biomedical engineer, she loves to bake and work with youth as much as possible.
Adam Snyder '02, MEM '03
Managing Director, Sector Partnership, MAGNET
Adam joined MAGNET in 2019 to lead the Workforce Connect Manufacturing Sector Partnership for Cuyahoga County, a county-wide collaborative initiative to close the talent gap in manufacturing–with a focus on bringing historically underrepresented populations into manufacturing careers. Adam came to the team from his role as president of Artwall, a local manufacturer of art for major e-commerce retailers.
Matt Davis '12, MEM '13
Parker Hannifin, Product Sales Manager, Hydraulic Valve Division
Matt is a regional manager for Parker Hannifin Corporation, responsible for the Central Region fluid power products. From Chicago, he leads a team of territory managers and works toward the long-term growth and development of the region alongside distribution partners.
Abdou A. Ayoub MEM '05
Principal, Paragon Shift, international consultant
Abdou is the Managing Director of Paragon Shift, a data analytics and AI solutions firm which he founded in 2010. He started his career with Deloitte Consulting in Cleveland, working with clients in the America’s and Europe, and later transferred to the Deloitte Middle East practice, based in Beirut. He speaks and consults around the world on topics related to data analytics and AI solutions.