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    • Future Leaders

      The FLiP Files: Katie Masterson

      The FLiP Files is a blog series spotlighting young professionals that are active in SPI’s Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP), a group for plastics professionals under the age of 40.  For our fifth entry, we spoke to FLiP member Katie Masterson of SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association. 
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      The FLiP Files: Allison Lin

      The FLiP Files is a blog series spotlighting young professionals that are active in SPI’s Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP), a group for plastics professionals under the age of 40.  For our fourth entry, we spoke to FLiP member Allison Lin of The Coca-Cola Company.
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      The FLiP Files: Beth W. Trenor

      The FLiP Files is a blog series spotlighting young professionals that are active in SPI’s Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP), a group for plastics professionals under the age of 40.  For our third entry, we spoke to FLiP member Beth W. Trenor of Milliken & Company.
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      The FLiP Files: Shannon Stickler

      The FLiP Files is a blog series spotlighting young professionals that are active in SPI’s Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP), a group for plastics professionals under the age of 40. For our second entry, we spoke to FLiP member Shannon Sticker of Printpack.
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      The FLiP Files: FLiP Chairman Michael Stark

      The FLiP Files is a blog series spotlighting young professionals that are active in SPI’s Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP), a group for plastics professionals under the age of 40.  For this first entry, we spoke to FLiP Chairman Michael Stark, of Wittmann Battenfeld.
    • Future Leaders

      FLiP Rolls Out Mentorship Program

      The traditional mentor-mentee (teacher-pupil, coach-player, etc.) relationship can often be thought of as a one-way street; knowledge, experience and wisdom flows from the former party to the latter, and not the other way around.
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      Why Manufacturers Need Millennials for Future Growth

      There has been There has been a great deal of attention paid to the skills gap facing American manufacturers. The gap needs to be addressed before we can develop the engineers and technicians of the future.