Albers School of Business and Economics
Mentor Program

Mike Quinn

VP, Manufacturing, Production and Assembly
Northwest Center

Company Description

Non profit promoting growth and independence for people with disabilities. Social enterprise business model, 13 different "for profit" businesses generating revenue to support social programs of education, rehabilitation, training and job opportunity.

Job Description

VP with responsibility for five manufacturing and distribution businesses.

Employment History

4 1/2 years with Northwest Center
30 years Steel manufacturing and distribution

Education

BA Economics

Mentoring Objectives & Scope

My only goal is to meet the needs of the students. Past years topics have focused on career direction, networking skills, interviewing techniques and life balance challenges.

When and where do you hold meetings with your students?

Open to times and places

Additional Information

Northwest Center's social enterprise business model is a unique mixture of commercial business and nonprofit social programs serving the needs of children and adults throughout the Puget Sound Region.