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Impact Washington Promotes Ingle to COO

Impact Washington, an affiliate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Program (NIST MEP), has announced the promotion of Jessica Ingle to Chief Operating Officer. Ingle has been in the manufacturing industry for over 18 years, most recently serving as Impact Washington's Deputy Director.

"Jessica has taken on increased responsibility in leading the organization. She is highly effective in this capacity," said President and Center Director Deloit R. Wolfe Jr. "With her deep knowledge of our operations and excellent leadership skills, she is the perfect fit for this expanded role. Her ability to manage staff effectively and promote a team approach has been critical to driving our organization's success, and the organization will benefit by expanding her responsibilities."

COO and Deputy Director Ingle will work across all divisions to support internal operations. She will provide overall vision, management and direction for all procurement, IT and human resource functions and ensure Impact Washington maintains the performance metrics per agreement and funding from NIST-MEP.

"I have had the opportunity to be part of significant organizational growth at Impact Washington. I am proud of what our team has accomplished and am confident we will build upon our success," Ingle said. "I am excited to take on new challenges and continue to work with our dedicated executive team to creatively evolve our business practices and empower our people to contribute to Impact Washington's mission and ongoing success. I am grateful for the tremendous opportunities Impact Washington has provided me throughout my career and aim to champion aspiring women in the manufacturing industry."

Impact Washington is a statewide nonprofit organization that provides competitive, value-driven consulting and training services. With access to public and private resources, the organization's goal is to enhance growth, improve productivity, reduce costs and expand manufacturing capacity in Washington. Its solutions, consulting and educational opportunities focus on small- and medium-sized manufacturers throughout the state.

For more information contact:

Impact Washington

11812 North Creek Pkwy. N, Ste. 205

Bothell, WA 98011


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