Production Machining

JUL 2018

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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Jami Massey, CEO, C&H Enterprises With a title like CEO of her family-owned business, one might assume that Jami Massey reached her lifelong goal of becoming the head of the company by always being focused on the business she was born into. But that is not exactly the case for Jami. In fact, for a long time she wasn't convinced that working for her parents' company, C&H Enterprises, a Silicon Valley precision machine shop with customers in the semiconductor and aerospace industries, was what she wanted to do. But like many kids whose parents own a business, she dutifully worked at the company while in school. Jami started out in the administration department while she attended junior college, and she moved her way up to a position in the quality department, eventually becoming quality manager. In that position, Jami brought the company into the 21st century by writing the procedures and elements of C&H's quality management system. She also Jami Massey CEO C&H Enterprises :: Jami, with her nominator and co-worker, Stephen Spacher, on the shop floor. 2 0 1 8 EMERGING Leaders Young professionals are a vital asset to the precision machined parts industry, and it is important to acknowledge those who are making strides toward shaping the industry's future. Production Machining is recognizing our industry's young talent through our new Emerging Leaders program. We surveyed shops and suppliers to find individuals under the age of 40 who are making a difference in the precision machined parts industry, both in their business and in the manufacturing community. The recipients were chosen based on leadership and potential leadership, whether within their own companies or with involvement in the industry. Production Machining will select a certain number of people in the precision machined parts industry each year who are striving to be the next generation of leaders and innovators and recognize them in the magazine. We will start the 2019 process early next year, so watch for information in our magazine and on productionmachining.com about how to nominate the next Emerging Leaders. By Lori Beckman 26 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JULY 2018 SPECIAL COVERAGE

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