Michael Laszkiewicz is the Vice President & General Manager of the Power Control Business at Rockwell Automation, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Rockwell Automation, with over 22,000 employees and a revenues in excess of $6 billion, is one of the world's largest industrial automation companies, serving the automotive, food & beverage (including dairies), personal care, life sciences, oil & gas, mining, and paper & pulp markets. The company's Power Control unit manufactures low and medium voltage drives, low and medium voltage motor control centers and engineered solutions. Rockwell Automation generates half of its revenue in the U.S. Mike was appointed in 2010 to the Manufacturing Council. During Mike’s first term, he was nominated as the Chair for the Workforce Development Subcommittee. Mike is an active supporter of community programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and programs promoting women in technology and engineering.
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