The Reducing Embodied-energy And Decreasing Emissions (“REMADE”) Institute is one of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)-led institutes in the multiagency network known as Manufacturing USA. The mission of the REMADE Institute is to enable the early stage applied research and development of key industrial platform technologies that could dramatically reduce the embodied energy and carbon emissions associated with industrial-scale materials production and processing. By focusing its efforts on the technologies that will eliminate and/or mitigate the technical and economic barriers that prevent greater material recycling, recovery, remanufacturing, and reuse, the REMADE Institute seeks to motivate the subsequent industry investments that will be required to complete technology development and deploy these technologies across the U.S. manufacturing eco-system.
Michelle worked in a variety of leadership positions for Xerox Corporation over the past twenty-four years. Most recently, she served as a Global Program Manager, delivering transformational supply chain projects. Michelle is the recipient of nine U.S. patents and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. She holds a holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University, a Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, and an M.B.A. from Bittner School of Business at St. John Fisher College.
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