Kevin McCarron teaches business communications and Lean Six Sigma Principles at Central Michigan University in the College of Business. Kevin has extensive experience in Information Technology and Continuous Improvement with over 30 years of experience delivering customer business solutions and services through line organization leadership, program leadership, consulting engagements, and collaborative team leadership roles in a global corporation. Kevin has a B. Math from the University of Waterloo, MBA from Central Michigan University, and is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt (MBB) and Project Management Professional (PMP).
Ken Desloover has over 35 years of experience in industry in Information Systems, including application development, software testing, telecommunications, and process control. He retired from the Dow Chemical Company in 2014, where he taught Six Sigma principles and mentored Green Belt Project Leaders and Black Belts on a number of major projects, which used the Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) methodology. Ken is currently an Instructor at CMU in the Business Information Systems department, teaching introductory management information systems and advanced data analysis courses. Ken holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master of Science in Computer Engineering, both from the University of Michigan, and is a certified Six Sigma DFSS Master Black Belt (MBB).
Andy Paquet is Director of Six Sigma Development and Training for the College of Business Administration. He joined the College in 2007 after retiring from The Dow Chemical Company. At Dow Chemical he was one of the original Master Black Belts, and had a significant role in developing the corporate Six Sigma deployment strategy and supporting curriculum. He has developed and delivered numerous Lean Six Sigma courses for the College of Business. His goal with CMU is to help you understand and apply the concepts and principles of Lean Six Sigma, and how it can benefit your career objectives and future organization performance.