Lauren Iuranich, Quality Engineer for REDCOM EMS, has been recognized for her hard work and awarded the top prize in FuzeHub’s Millenials in Manufacturing Awards. Lauren was nominated by her boss, General Manager of REDCOM EMS, Steve Husband. Lauren had to have a written nomination, along with a video discussing how she’s demonstrated initiative in innovating new processes that keep the company moving forward.
Lauren (second from left, above) was honored on Monday, October 7 during the New York State Innovation Summit held in the Floreano Riverside Convention Center in Rochester, NY. The awards were presented by Executive Vice President at Empire State Development, Pravina Raghavan and President and CEO of Empire State Development, Eric Gertler.
“When reviewing the entries, we were excited to hear about so many young professionals who are helping manufacturers thrive in New York State,” said FuzeHub Executive Director Elena Garuc. “We created the Millennials in Manufacturing Awards to celebrate rising stars who are making an impact and expand statewide understanding of the career opportunities available in the manufacturing industry.
“As we mark Manufacturing Day 2019, we hope this year’s winners inspire more New Yorkers to pursue manufacturing careers,” she added. “Building a deeper bench of talented workers will help the industry grow faster and stronger.”
Lauren has been working to continuously improve processes and procedures on the manufacturing floor and has played a vital role in helping REDCOM EMS obtain the AS9100D:2016 certification, as well as working to obtain the ISO 13485 certification for medical device manufacturing. Lauren is passionate about taking on new projects that will help the company and enjoys finding innovative ways to make the company more efficient. Although she only started working at EMS in 2017, since joining the team Lauren has become an important asset in paving the way forward to manufacturing growth and success.