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Charles ducey president of the industrial advisory board for the college

Industry Advisory Board

Industrial Advisory Board

Our industrial advisory board is made up of decision makers from a diverse cross section of national industry.  They are very active in counseling our curricular activities with emphasis on a joint effort that results in the brightest and best prepared studentpost matriculation. Heavy on experiential learning from internships and soon to be enacted formal cooperative engineering programs, our students learn from the best and receive instruction and emphasis on contemporary skills required to excel in the workplace  as deciphered and promulgated by this very engages advising body.

Charles E. Ducey Jr. is the current Industrial Advisory Board President. He retired from Diebold Incorporated, in 2013, after 35 years of service.  Diebold is a leading provider of self-service and security solutions for financial institutions across the globe.  Last position held, was Executive Vice President - North American Operations.  Responsibilities included leading the company's financial self-service, security and integrated services businesses. The North American Operations accounted for $1.5 billion in revenue, and over 6,000 associates. 

Other Diebold experience included Senior Vice President, leading the global software, product and services research & development organization, along with global marketing and product  management.  Gained valuable experience in the financial discipline as Vice President - Corporate Controller, and Divisional Controller throughout my career.    

 Earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace University, Berea, Ohio, and a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio. Currently serving as a  board member for The University of Akron, Dean's Advancement Board,  "Arts in Stark" board, and the United Way of Greater Stark County's Education Impact Council. I served for 3 years on the advisory board of Kent State University's College of Technology. 


 


Meet Board Members 

Baur, Chris

Bianco, Robert

DeCola, John

Dubois, David

Eisenbrown, Steve

Enzerra, David

 

 

Hall, Aaron

Harf, Jane

Heidenreich, Rachel

Mayewski, David

McGavis, Dennis

Nash, David

 

 

Natoli, Frank

Rohloff, Anthony

Sabau, Mark

Szabo, Fred

Woodyard, David

VanZeeland, Sharon