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Saline (Lodi Township) resident inducted into Women In Manufacturing Hall of Fame for 2020

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Jeanenne “Jd” Marhevko to be inducted into the Inaugural Class of the Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame

Saline, Michigan – August 20, 2020 —JQLC Inc. is thrilled to announce Jd Marhevko has been named as one of 15 outstanding women leaders who make up the inaugural class of Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame inductees. Ms. Marhevko is also Vice President of Quality & Warranty Global Operations for Delphi Technologies, Auburn Hills, Michigan.

The Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame was created in 2019 by the Women in Manufacturing Association (WiM). The WiM Hall of Fame honors women who have, over the course of their careers, made exceptional contributions to the manufacturing industry and to the advancement of women in the field. The inductees embody WiM’s mission of supporting, promoting, and inspiring women in the manufacturing industry.

“The 15 honorees who will make up our inaugural class are a prestigious group, each of whom has made significant, lasting contributions to our industry,” said WiM President Allison Grealis. “They are true trailblazers whose work has created opportunity for countless other women. We are thrilled and honored to recognize them in this special way.”

Inductees were nominated by their colleagues and industry peers and selected by a judging panel of WiM and Women in Manufacturing Education Foundation (WiMEF) Board Members as well as WiM staff. The inductees were chosen based their significant contributions to the advancement of women in manufacturing.

Ms. Marhevko, along with the rest of the group of exceptional women, will be officially welcomed to the Hall of Fame with a virtual ceremony and celebration on October 1, 2020 as part of WiM’s 10th annual SUMMIT event.

For more information about the Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame and the 2020 WiM SUMMIT, visit the WiM website,

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