Our first core value as a company states, “People are our greatest asset.”
O’Neal Manufacturing Services is supporting this value through an employee succession program designed to develop our future company leaders. The EPIC curriculum is constructed to inspire participants beyond the ordinary through an 18-month program focused on the topics of Empowerment, Performance, Innovation, and Character.
14 participants are enrolled in the inaugural EPIC program, representing each OMS facility in the United States and Mexico. Over the next year and a half, they will experience 1:1 coaching sessions, in-person and virtual training, visit each U.S. facility, and partake in MSCI’s leadership class at West Point.
2023 EPIC Emerging Leaders Include:
|Mary McCubbins||Production Supervisor||Louisville|
|Jason Smith||Assistant General Manager||Indianapolis|
|Bethany Dowell||Safety Manager||Indianapolis|
|Luis Heredia||Sales Manager||Indianapolis|
|John Spencer||Production Manager||Pittsburgh|
|Aaron Ramsey||Sales Manager||Pittsburgh|
|Brandon Hall||Assistant General Manager||Cincinnati|
|Amanda Wood||General Manager||Greensboro|
|Heath Webb||Production Manager||Fayette|
|Jason Davis||Sales Manager||Houston|
|Joe Becker||Production Manager||Houston|
|Angel Chamberlin||Assistant General Manager||Cedar Falls|
|Luis Paras||Production Manager||Monterrey|
|Roberto Alvarez||Production Manager||Monterrey|
Along with two of our regional general managers as their mentors, Gus Cassida and Federico Fraga, EPIC participants receive direction from our talent manager, Patricia Woods, our human resource team, and OMS directors/internal subject matter experts representing each department.
EPIC cohorts will emerge from the program with the skills to maximize their professional potential and lead O’Neal Manufacturing Services into the future.