Kirsten Billhardt ’96, lead strategist for the manufacturing industry at Dell, was recently featured in the Washington Post. Billhardt was part of a panel in this video. Here is an excerpt from her bio in the Post:
Kirsten is the lead strategist for the manufacturing industry at Dell. Her role is to work with Dell solutions and sales teams to help Dell’s manufacturing customers become more innovative, more adaptive and leverage data more effectively. Prior to Dell, Kirsten spent 12 years at General Motors, within supplier quality engineering, internal consulting, product planning and manufacturing planning functions. Kirsten is originally from Michigan and has engineering degrees from Kettering University and Purdue University, and an MBA from Harvard.