St. Cloud, Minnesota—March 22, 2013
Lisa Koll, Doherty Vice President, has begun her fifth year as Treasurer for Central Minnesota Manufacturers Association in 2013. The organization, based in Elbow Lake, Minnesota, was formed in 2008 “for the primary purpose of contributing to the growth and success of manufacturers.”
In addition to serving as Treasurer, Koll was a co-founder of CMMA and also serves on the CMMA programming committee.
Koll has been with Doherty for 20 years. She oversees all operations and service functions in the central and northern Minnesota markets. In her tenure with Doherty, Koll has led implementations of more than 20 on-site staffing programs. She has a Bachelor's Degree from St. Cloud State University.
Other MMA Board of Directors appointments
Les Engel of Engel Metallurgical in Sauk Rapids was named 2013 President of Central Minnesota Manufacturers Association for the 6th consecutive year, and Nick Weis of Thermo-Tech Windows also in Sauk Rapids, will serve as Vice President of the CMMA. Tim Zipoy of Central Minnesota Jobs & Training accepted the position of Secretary. Directors for 2013 are Brian Bastian (Schlenner Wenner & Co.), Kurt Helgeson (St. Cloud State University), Harry Larson (Enterprise Minnesota), Steve Leen (KDV, Ltd.), Randy Pelletier (Pellco Machine), Bonnie Supan (Brenny Transportation, Inc.) and Stan Voas (New Flyer of America).
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About Central Minnesota Manufacturers Association
Currently at over 100 members, CMMA hosts conferences, seminars, webinars, and other events to support Central Minnesota and provide owners and managers with the necessary resources to build strong manufacturing businesses in the region.
Some recent CMMA projects include a large-scale Tour of Manufacturing, which inspired a state-wide version, scholarships for college students in manufacturing-related programs, and regional collaboration with other manufacturing associations. To learn more, visit www.centralmnmanufacturing.comm.