Danyell is an Industrial engineer with a 16+ years of experience. Roles and responsibilities include but not limited to: process improvement with the utilization of automation, design facility layout for production material flow, develop manufacturing time standards, line balancing, creating production manufacturing rates, develop staffing plans and forecasts according to master/revised schedules, and schedule/sequence job plans to support effective work flows. Champion changes to improve overall execution efficiency and foster an environment of continuous improvement.
Prior to joining BRPH, Danyell served as a Production Planning Manager / Industrial Engineer at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Where she was responsible for managing the production planning, scheduling, prioritization, and execution of Space Exploration Sector programs. While at Honda Aircraft Company, Danyell held the industrial engineering supervisor position, where her team was responsible for automation projects that included wing build and aircraft painting. Along with day to day industrial engineering tasks and responsibilities. She currently serves as Sr. Industrial Engineer at BRPH where her tasks include but not limited to flow planning and analysis by optimizing end-to-end material flow, planning and design of systematic layouts, leading continuous improvement initiatives while minimizing production problems and costs. Prepare concepts and layout plans, conducts support studies, and provide analysis in the development of manufacturing operations.
In addition to her vast professional experience, Wilson holds two bachelor’s and a master’s degree from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, and she was an adjunct professor at Morgan State University’s School of Engineering. She is also a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and hold a vast knowledge of Lean Training.