Welcome to the Northeastern U.S. Region of IIE
Our mission is to provide highly valued services to IE students, people with IE degrees regardless of their current profession and people within the IE profession regardless of college degree.
The Northeast Region includes New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. One of seven U.S. regions for IIE, the Northeast is home to 25 percent of the U.S. professional chapters and 16 percent of the U.S. student chapters. But the Northeast is not just about quantity - we also focus on quality. This past year the Northeast was home to four of the seven Gold professional chapters and 3 of the 22 Gold student chapters.
We realize that not everyone lives within the service area of a chapter. To allow you to benefit from your membership regardless of your location and schedule, the region also provides webcasts of some of the outstanding programs put on by our chapters.
Please let us know how we can serve you better by contacting any of the region leaders listed below.
For updates and additional information on Northeast IIE events, go to our Northeast IIE LinkedIn group.
Northeast Region Strategic Plan 2012
Northeast Region Vice President - Mike Lalle
Welcome to Mike Lalle, the new Region Vice President of the Northeast Region! Mike will serve as a member of the Regional Operations Board of IIE. He will serve a three-year term and represent the needs of the members in the region by supporting chapters and the regional communities. Mike is a manager/supervisor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at United Parcel Service in New Stanton, Pa.
Click here for chapter events for the month of September and October.
One of the latest features offered by IIE is the library of webinars, available to members to review. Simply log onto the website, go to the Training tab, and scroll down to Webinars. Or you can click here.
The webinars page holds more than 80 webinars to date on such topics as careers, health systems, lean, Six Sigma and process improvement. Just click and go! It’s an especially useful tool for IIE professionals outside the boundaries of the 10 professional chapters. It’s also useful for students seeking further guidance on careers and potential duties in IIE.
Take advantage of the efforts of IEs, as we all try to improve ourselves, our companies, and the world in general.
Jobs, jobs, jobs!
I noted in the last several month's newsletter that the IIE website has an extensive job board, which is updated daily with IE specific positions throughout the Northeast. These positions range from entry level to CEO, and are located in just about every state (from Delaware to New Hampshire, Maine to Pennsylvania).
Visit the IIE Career Center. Take advantage of this opportunity, or let your peers know. Also make sure you stay in touch with your local chapter, as they may have additional postings.
- Region Vice President | Mike Lalle
- Northern Assistant Region Vice President | Open
- Southern Assistant Region Vice President | Christine Young
- Regional Young Professional Chair | Dana Wexler
- Career Quest© Coordinator and Regional Newsletter Editor | Kevin Drevik
- Regional Webmaster | Open
Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont
This region includes 10 professional chapters:
- Central Connecticut
- Lancaster- Harrisburg, Pa.
- Long Island, N.Y.
- Metropolitan New Jersey
- Pittsburgh, Pa.
- Raritan Valley, N.J.
- Reading, Pa.
- Rochester, N.Y.
- South Jersey
- Syracuse, N.Y.
There are IIE student chapters at 20 colleges and universities in the region:
- Binghamton University
- Boston University
- Columbia University
- Cornell University
- Hofstra University
- Lehigh University
- New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Northeastern University
- Pennsylvania State University
- Philadelphia University
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Rochester Institute of Technology
- Rutgers University
- University of New York at Buffalo
- University of Massachusetts
- University of New Haven
- University of Pittsburgh
- University of Rhode Island
- Western New England College
- Worchester Polytechnic Institute