A Conversation with Dr. Jennie Hwang About Reliability
Episode 44: A Conversation with Dr. Jennie Hwang About Reliability
Dr. Hwang’s wide-ranging career encompasses international business operations, sustained leadership in worldwide manufacturing and technology services, innovative research, intellectual property management, global leadership positions, as well as corporate and university governance.
Dr. Hwang held senior executive positions with Lockheed Martin., SCM Corp., Sherwin Williams., and was the CEO of International Electronic Materials Corp. as well as co-founded entrepreneurial companies. Currently, her company provides business, technology and manufacturing solutions to the global industry. She has served as an advisor to many Fortune 500 multinational companies, as well as the U.S. government programs.
Her formal education includes Harvard Business School’s Executive Program, Columbia University Business School Corporate Governance program, and four academic degrees (PH.D., MS, MA, B.S.) in Engineering & Sciences from Case Western Reserve University, Columbia University, Kent State-Liquid Crystal Institute and Cheng-Kung University, respectively. She was the first female to earn a doctorate from Case Western Reserve University’s Engineering School – Materials Science & Engineering and has served on the University’s Board of Trustees since 1996.