From Seeds to a State Model: How a High School’s STEM Program Became a State Inspiration

Lori and Traci Tapani, sisters and Co‐Presidents of Wyoming Machine,  love volunteering for STEM‐related causes. http://bit.ly/1hanZrL They serve on regional, state and national boards. Locally, they’ve assisted Pine Technical College—from curriculum development to speaking at their commencement. The sisters also lend a hand to middle school STEM events and camps. Continue reading “From Seeds to a State Model: How a High School’s STEM Program Became a State Inspiration”

Tour for Deaf Students Inspires Students and Wyoming Machine

The surprise about WMI’s recent tour for nine Metro Deaf School high school students and three staff was that the event was as rewarding for employees, and owners, sisters Traci and Lori Tapani, as it was for students. Continue reading “Tour for Deaf Students Inspires Students and Wyoming Machine”

Worker Shortage Woes? Hire women. Here’s Why and How

Gallup: “Companies cannot afford to ignore 50% of the potential workforce
and expect to be competitive in the global economy.”

If you’re in manufacturing, you know all about the worker shortage and how much it’s costing your company. Continue reading “Worker Shortage Woes? Hire women. Here’s Why and How”

Traci Tapani Invited to the White House “Upskill” Leadership Summit

Traci Tapani, Co-President of Wyoming Machine, was invited to participate in a White House gathering of 150 US business leaders including corporate, medium and small-business CEOs at the White House on Friday, April 24. Traci was the only business leader selected from Minnesota. Continue reading “Traci Tapani Invited to the White House “Upskill” Leadership Summit”