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Jessica Rannow is a project manager for AmerisourceBergen, where she is involved in the development and execution of warehouse capital improvement projects. Throughout her career, she has had the opportunity to work for other leading companies, including JCPenney, Cardinal Health, Limited Brands, Haworth, Ernst & Young, and Cummins. Her work has been recognized through the SWE Distinguished New Engineer Award, which she received in 2009, and the Emerging Leader in Logistics and Procurement Award in 2011.

Since her first year as an industrial engineering student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Rannow has been an involved and active member of SWE. She most recently served two terms as Region G governor. On the Society level, she has been the collegiate interest committee chair and an eight-year member of the bylaws committee. She also has served on the Region G nominating committee and as Region H student coordinator. In the Central Ohio Section, she served on the council of representatives and as section president. While living in Michigan, she was a charter member and officer of the new Western Michigan Section.

Rannow is actively involved in the Columbus community through Junior League of Columbus, Kappa Alpha Theta Columbus Alumnae Chapter, The Ohio State University Women in Engineering mentorship program, Wisconsin Alumni Association of Central Ohio, and volunteering for the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. She serves on the University of Wisconsin-Madison industrial and systems engineering advisory board.



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  • Curriculum Committee
  • Leadership Coaching Committee
  • SWE Future Leaders Coordinator

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