Congratulations To Karen Hulting, New ASQ Fellow

Karen HultingOn November 4, 2019, the Board of Directors of ASQ elected Karen Hulting a Fellow of the Society in recognition of her significant contributions to quality. Karen's citation reads as follows:

“For outstanding contributions and leadership in statistical methods and quality technologies in the medical device industry; for excellence in mentoring and education in process and measurement system qualification, control, and monitoring; and for serving ASQ through certification, conference, and technical community activities.”

An ASQ Fellow is an individual who has an established record of contributions, both to the quality profession and to the Society. The grade of Fellow is an earned distinction. The achievement of this status is a symbol of respect from colleagues that has been accepted by the highest officers of our organization. Karen will be presented with her Fellow pin in conjunction with the 2020 World Conference on Quality and Improvement in Columbus, OH.

Karen Hulting is a Distinguished Statistician at Medtronic.  Over 24 years at Medtronic, she has applied a broad range of statistical methods in manufacturing, R&D and Quality.  Her current role is in Corporate Operational Excellence. Karen holds Masters and PhD degrees in Statistics from Iowa State University and an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from St. Olaf College.  She is an adjunct instructor in the St. Cloud State University Medical Technology Quality graduate program in Plymouth.

Please join me in congratulating Karen on achieving one of ASQ’s highest honors.
Posted by Karen Maskell on Dec 3, 2019 12:41 PM America/Chicago