Khaled Mabrouk is an Operational Improvement specialist with 30 years experience. He helps companies reduce their operating costs and increase their process capability & flexibility through implementation of productivity tools and development of continuous process improvement culture. Khaled has been the catalyst for operational improvement and design success stories at dozens of organizations across the U.S. in the Produce Farming, Manufacturing, High Tech, and Railroad industries. READ MORE
Katy has been interested in improving efficiency in the consumable food industry since she was a kid. Her first job in engineering involved working as a summer intern in Watsonville, CA for one of the area’s largest fresh produce companies. Today, Katy is leading Continuous Process Improvement efforts and working with our client’s frontline teams. She is also re-engineering processes for them. Prior to joining Sustainable Productivity Solutions, Katy worked on modeling, simulation, and analysis projects in the Air Traffic Management industry. Katy has a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from San Jose State University and enjoys going to the beach with her family.
Daniel is an optimization enthusiast. He has been improving processes in diverse fields (health services, manufacturing and agriculture). Daniel was also a top-3 finalist in the student simulation competition in 2016, amongst over 80 universities throughout the globe. He did this by creating a simulation of a complex supply chain and using experimentation to reduce costs of a real-life case study. He enjoys improving processes by decreasing lead times and improving quality. He has a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering and a Six Sigma Green Belt and enjoys playing soccer.
Tanita is our newest operational engineer and is very enthusiastic about applying her skills in industrial engineering to support Sustainable Productivity Solutions customers. She has previously worked in technology-based companies and is excited to now be focusing on agriculture and food chain efficiency. She will have a degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from San Jose State University in December 2017 and enjoys hot yoga, concerts, and traveling.