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Stacy Lynn Maus

To secure an entry-level management consulting position in order to utilize my demonstrated project management experience to develop strategic business solutions

Work Experience

Caterpillar Inc. (contractual agreement via Aerotek/Easi), Lafayette, IN Process Engineer July 2012-August 2013 Analyzing and reporting system cost rollups for over 10 different engine applications with monthly report outs to key stakeholders Managing bill of materials for multiple engineering teams for 3500 and C175 engine applications Prioritizing and communicating critical program dates including gateways, design freezes, print releases, and engine builds Budgeting labor necessary to support yearly, multi-million dollar R&D projects Assisting in prove design iron procurement via contacting suppliers for quotes

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, Mishawaka, IN Financial Representative (Internship) May 2011-August 2011 Scheduling meetings with prospective clients to identify individuals long-term financial goals Preparing custom client solutions centered on unmet financial and retirement objectives


Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Krannert School of Management - Bachelor of Science in Management Concentrations in International Business, Marketing, and Strategic Management Grade point average: 3.20/4.0

May 2012

Caterpillar (Purchasing Escalation Meeting Facilitator) July 2012-April 2013 Led a cross-functional team resulting in delivering $3.5M in annual cost savings Purdue University Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition Semifinalist Dec 2011 Led a team of 5 in developing a product features and researching commercial, technical, and financial viability of real-time healthcare mobile device application


Women in Business, Purdue University Conference Director August 2010-May 2012 Forecasting 2nd and 3rd Annual conference budget to support conference operations Cultivating strategic relationships with corporate sponsors and Purdue Krannert Leadership Fund Managing campus-wide marketing campaign via print, social media, campus relations, and website Leading weekly meetings to coordinate efforts of programs, logistics, marketing, and finance branches Training and interviewing new conference committee recruits Windsor Residence Hall Club, Purdue University Hall President April 2010-May 2011 Deciding uses of $30,000 budget for Purdue University Windsor residents Designing hall programs aimed to encourage social interaction and implementation of new skills

Professional references available upon request.