Donna Ennis, C.P.F., to Co-Lead Georgia Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing Project
After 18 years of service, Donna M. Ennis, C.P.F., Director, Diversity Engagement and Program Development, Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute has stepped down from her position as Project Director of the Georgia MBDA Business Center, and currently serves as the co-leader of the Georgia Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing (GA-AIM) project and Operator of the Georgia MBDA Business Center. Ennis will lead the effort along with Aaron Stebner, associate professor in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and the School of Materials Science and Engineering, and Thomas R. Kurfess, executive director of the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute.
“For over 18 years, the MBDA Business Center has been an integral part of my professional career,” Ms. Ennis says. “It has affected me in so many positive ways and remains near and dear to my heart.”
Jennifer Pasley, former Senior Project Manager, Georgia MBDA Business Center, has stepped into the role of Interim Project Director at the Georgia MBDA Business Center, taking over the day-to-day management of the Center. Congratulations to Donna and Jennifer, and best of luck to Donna in her new endeavors!