Weiler has appointed Megan Weiler Green as Engineering Manager for the Knoxville, Iowa based manufacturer.
Green joined Weiler in August of 2017 as in-house counsel and procurement manager. As engineering manager, Green will plan, organize and direct the company's engineering activities to meet customer expectations for design, new product development and improvement of existing product lines. Green will continue to serve as in-house counsel and will participate in strategic planning and organization as a member of the senior management team.
Green is the daughter of Pat Weiler, owner and founder of Weiler, and is the first member of the second generation of the Weiler family to become part of the senior management team. "Megan has done a tremendous job as procurement manager and counsel in her time with the company," said Pat Weiler. "Her passion and dedication to our customers will be vital to our success as the company continues to grow and evolve in the future."
Green graduated from Iowa State University with a finance degree and received her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Iowa College of Law. Prior to joining Weiler, Megan worked for State Farm as in-house counsel for 9 years. Green joins Bill Hood, Vice President, Lynette Hoke, Director of Human Resources and Finance, and Matt Patterson, Director of Operations, as members of the Weiler senior management team.
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