Trustees Emeritus

Edward Martin Baker

Ed was with the Ford Motor Company for twenty years. This included five years as Corporate Director, Quality Strategy and Operations Support, where his responsibilities included the management of Dr. Deming’s consulting to the company. He assisted Dr. Deming in many public and private seminars. After his time at Ford, Ed consulted to a variety of…

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John A. Hillerich III

Jack Hillerich is president and chairman of the board of Hillerich & Bradsby Company, a manufacturer of sporting goods equipment. Its well-known products include Louisville Slugger baseball and softball equipment, PowerBilt golf equipment and Louisville ice hockey equipment. He is a 1961 graduate of Vanderbilt University and joined the family-owned company upon his graduation. He…

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Ronald D. Moen

Ronald D. Moen was a statistician, consultant, and teacher to industry, government, healthcare, and education. He was co-founder and partner of Associates in Process Improvement (API, 1984) and Adjunct Lecturer in the Physics and Engineering Science Department at the University of Michigan-Flint (1995-2005). His experiences of over 40 years include General Motors Corporation and the U.S. Department…

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Dr. Joyce Orsini

Joyce Orsini, PhD, is a Trustee Emeritus of The W. Edwards Deming Institute®. In addition, she has served on the boards of a number of banks, pension funds, non-profits, and other organizations. Dr. Orsini is the Director of the former Deming Scholars MBA Program at Fordham University Graduate School of Business, where she has taught…

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Linda Deming Ratcliff

Linda Deming Ratcliff taught for 30 years in primary and special education, specializing in learning disabilities. After retirement from full-time teaching, Linda worked in the special education department of the local school system as an educational diagnostician for Child Find and a case manager for the Department of Special Education Appeals. She holds a BS…

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*Deceased

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