Craig Johnson

Craig Johnson is a graduate of Weber State University, with a degree in Manufacturing Engineering. He was initially introduced to Lean Six Sigma in 2004 and is a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

His professional experience has included industrial , aerospace, and defense manufacturing as well as folding carton manufacturing. He currently serves as the Director of Quality and Continuous Improvement for All Metals Fabrication and the President of Utah Lean Six Sigma Training Center. Mr. Johnson is passionate about leading teams in targeted and strategic problem solving. He prides himself on group facilitation, conflict resolution, root cause analysis and process defining/mapping.

Mr. Johnson is known for saying, “It is because of and for my wife and children that I can overcome any obstacle.” His dedication as a husband and father drives him in his professional goals. Outside of work and family, he volunteers with his obstacle racing team, Warrior State of Mind, and participates in events such as Spartan Race and Tough Mudder.

Michelle Scullin Crute

Michelle Scullin Crute has 17+ years of operations/engineering experience and has worked/served in many locations/industries around the world. She holds a BS degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology with a Business Minor (BYU 2003); as well as a MS degree in Manufacturing Systems (BYU 2005). She holds her green & black belt certifications in Six Sigma (UofU 2006). She has started a PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology (started 2014 CSPP; currently on hold).

She has served in many capacities in various communities/industries not only in engineering but other disciplines as well through consulting, training, and coaching. Her experience includes: supporting the family business Deer Lick Lumber Co. Inc., JM Smucker Co., Zero Manufacturing Co., Rim Family Services/FEMA, the Goodrich Corporation/United Technologies Aerospace Systems/Collins Aerospace, STG Aerospace in the UK, Wesco Aircraft, Tesla, and most recently, her personal start up: Leanbrella. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of San Diego and supports program development at BYU as an Adjunct Professor/Visiting Lecturer/Member of the Industrial Advisory Board.

Her interests/expertise surrounds: people/culture, leadership, change management, process flow, efficiency, plastics/composites processing, supply chain management, quality, and cost reduction.


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