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Jenny Regan - CEO of Key Tech

Jenny Regan – CEO of Key Tech

Since it was founded in 1998, Key Tech has been transforming complex technologies into intuitive products. Co-founder and current CEO Jenny Regan has been spearheading the company’s innovative ideas since the beginning. She will be bringing her experience and knowledge to our March 27 event, “Women in NextGen Manufacturing & Engineering.”

Regan is the CEO of Key Tech, a technology development firm she co-founded about 16 years ago in Baltimore. Key Tech consults to global product companies in medical and industrial markets, commercializing new technologies into medical devices and precision instruments. Recent Key Tech projects include several molecular diagnostic instruments, drug delivery instruments, portable blood analyzers, glucose meters, and patient respiration monitors.

Regan earned her B.S. in Physics from Georgetown University and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Catholic University of America. Her work has contributed to the advancement of fluid flow measurement, control systems and precision diagnostic instruments.

Outside of Key Tech, Jenny is a member of the Board of Visitors for the UMD Clark School and is Chair of the Advisory Board for the UMD Women in Engineering Program. She is also a member of the Steering Committee for the UMD-FDA Center for Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation. She is also an active Past Vice-Chair with the Board of the Emerging Technology Center incubator.

Women in Next Generation Manufacturing and Engineering – Hosted by RMI and Northrop Grumman  Electronic Systems

Next generation manufacturing depends on diverse strategies, new leadership styles and a background in STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. To remain competitive in the global marketplace, Maryland manufacturers need to know how to transform diversity into opportunity. This event offers a panel/audience discussion for anyone who wants to learn about successful women leaders in NextGenM .

The event will be held March 27, 2014 from 8 to 11:30 a.m., at the National Electronics Museum (1745 West  Nursery Rd, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090). The costs are $35.00 per RMI member  and $45.00 for a non-member (membership info here) .

RMI is giving students and teachers the opportunity to attend for free, but they must register here.

For more information or sponsorship details, contact Mike Galiazzo at 410-771-8111.

Schedule:

8:00 – 8:50 continental breakfast networking

8:50 – Welcome and introductions – Mike Galiazzo, President, RMI

8:55 – 9:10 Welcome & Remarks – Laura Neuman, County Executive, Anne Arundel County

9:10  -9:15  Today’s Program – Moderator – Mary Kay Burch, Vice President of Communications, Intelligence and Networking Solutions for the Land and Self Protection Systems Division of  Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems,  Member, RMI Board of Directors.

9:15 – 9:30   Remarks – Gloria A. Flach, Corporate Vice President and President, Northrop Grumman  Electronic Systems

9:30 – 10:30 Panel – Moderator – Mary Kay Burch

Nichole Hickson-Oliver, Personnel Director, General Motors, Baltimore Operations

Susan (Suzy) Ganz ,  CEO and Chair of Lion Brothers, Member RMI Board of Directors

Jenny  Regan , CEO of Key Tech

Kay Rand, Vice President of Mission Assurance, Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems (ES) sector

10:30 -11:30 Community Conversations with the Audience

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