Georgia Tech Professional Education


Georgia Tech Professional Education

Craig Cochran is a project manager with the Georgia Institute of Technology Economic Development Institute. He has served in management roles in multiple industries-including textiles, glass manufacture, semiconductor, and telecommunications-for nearly twenty years. Some of his specific areas of expertise include customer feedback methods; auditing; development of key measures, organizational development, management systems of all types, and problem solving.

Cochran has an M.B.A. from the University of Tennessee and a B.S. in industrial management from Georgia Tech.. He also attended the University of Georgia and Georgia State University. He is a Certified Quality Manager, Certified Quality Engineer, and Certified Quality Auditor through the American Society for Quality. He is certified as a QMS Lead Auditor through the RABQSA.

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