STANLEY X appoints Michelle Bockman as president
STANLEY X, of Stanley Black & Decker, has officially announced that Michelle Bockman has been named president.
Bockman, hired in January, leads the company’s efforts to identify and create new sources of growth and innovation in Stanley Black & Decker’s key areas, including internal startup incubation, ecosystem development and business partnerships.
“Michelle comes to us with an impressive track record and a thoughtful vision not only for Stanley Black & Decker, but for the industry as a whole, which will bring new growth opportunities to the company,” said Donald Allan Jr., President and Chief Financial Officer. at Stanley Black & Decker. “Michelle’s experience and perspective brings new energy, ideas and actions that will propel STANLEY X forward and we look forward to her continued success in this role.”
Bockman has over 20 years of experience leading major business transformations within matrix enterprise organizations and large-scale startups.
Most recently, she served as CEO of 3D Control Systems, a provider of high-end advanced manufacturing software solutions.
Earlier in his career, Bockman held several leadership positions in services, supply chain, sales and product development at GE Healthcare and Industrial Solutions, as well as scaling a business in startup at GE Digital.
She also served as Managing Director and Global Head of Automotive, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing at HP Inc. Prior to her long career at GE, she worked at Dana Corporation and Nikon Inc.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Bockman was named by 3DPrint.com as one of the “Most Inspiring Women in the Additive Manufacturing Industry”.
Bockman is passionate about developing diverse talent for tomorrow’s workforce.
STANLEY X offers pioneering solutions that address modern challenges across three verticals: construction, manufacturing and workforce technology.