Tuesday, October 30, 2018
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Asheville, Carolyn Seale of Cleveland, Tennessee, holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial and engineering management. Carolyn Seale leverages her training to serve as manager of industrial engineering at DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. (DMTN).
As DENSO Corporation’s largest manufacturing facility in the United States, DMTN consists of four plants that together make up 2.3 million square feet. The company’s 3,665 employees produce alternators, starters, instrument clusters, and automotive electronic products, as well as inverters for hybrid vehicles.
DMTN’s clients include several major auto manufacturers, including Ford and Toyota, which awarded the Electronic Products Division its 2016 Toyota Excellence Award. The company has also earned the Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Commissioner’s Award of Excellence and three gold awards from the GM Awards of Excellence program for its on-time shipping.
Also dedicated to giving back to the community, DMTN funds local school programs focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) areas. Further, the company founded the Richard Williams, Jr. Leadership Development Academy to serve middle and high school students and equip them with skills needed for a successful future.