According to the organization, the committee will develop its new strategy as well as focus on partnerships, education, and training.
The new members are:
- Rachel Andrulonis, director, Advanced Materials Research, National Institute for Aviation Research at Wichita State University
- Edward D. Herderick, director, Additive Manufacturing at The Ohio State University Center
- Stephanie Gaffney, director, Advanced Manufacturing Programs, Youngstown Business Incubator
- Brian Meincke, vice president, global business development and innovation strategy, ASTM International
- Melanie Lang, CEO, FormAlloy
- Nicholas Mule, director, Additive Manufacturing, Boeing
- Brian Rosenberger, senior technical fellow, Lockheed Martin
- Zach Simkin, president, Senvol
- Shawn Moylan, mechanical engineer and project leader, National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Beth Ripley, deputy chief, Office of Healthcare Innovation and Learning at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- Rick Russell, NESC technical fellow for materials, NASA.
“Each of these individuals shares a passion and commitment to expanding the additive manufacturing ecosystem on a global level and act as champions for America Makes throughout their respective organizations and market segments,” said John Wilczynski, executive director, America Makes.