Stanley Black & Decker

Stanley Black & Decker is a globally recognized diversified industrial company that specializes in manufacturing tools, hardware, and specializes in manufacturing tools and hardware. With a heritage dating back to the 19th century, the company has established itself as a leading provider of innovative products and services for both professional and consumer markets, offering a wide range of well-known brands under its umbrella.

Stanley Black & Decker’s initial LGO interns will work on topics in digitization and automation in manufacturing, Lean manufacturing, process and flow modeling and optimization, sustainability, and data models and machine learning.

LGO graduates have opportunities to join Stanley Black & Decker in a variety of roles within Operational Excellence and Global Supply Chain, touching on key business priorities including data modeling / machine learning, design for manufacturing, and sustainability in manufacturing.

Jane Graves (LGO ’14)

Senior Director, Manufacturing Management Systems
While at LGO: MBA and SM Systems Engineering
Previous studies: Northwestern University, Industrial Engineering

Jane joined Stanley Black & Decker in 2023 and is one of the company’s senior operations excellence leaders. Prior to joining SBD, Jane led the Supply Chain Strategy and PMO for Henkel’s Americas Beauty business. She has previously worked for McKinsey & Company in the operations and consumer goods practices, led internal operations and business strategy for multiple divisions within Nike, and held various supply chain planning and optimization roles at PepsiCo.

Jason Trujillo (LGO ’07)

Vice President, Global Operational Excellence
While at LGO: MBA and SM
Previous studies: University of Washington, Electrical Engineering (MS), University of New Mexico, Electrical Engineering (BS)

Jason started his career, both before and after LGO, at Intel where he led both in operations and in talent/leadership development. He continued his multiple areas of focus at IBM and now at Stanley Black & Decker, where he currently leads operational excellence.