Lew Weiss

Host of Manufacturing Talk Radio Podcast

"Manufacturing Talk Radio has been an integral part of the manufacturing news landscape for many years, and is a pillar in the industry. I'm honored to be on board as one of the leading hosts, bringing together an eclectic mix of guests from all over the globe. The podcast never fails to inspire me daily with its diverse topics and insightful commentary."

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Tim Grady

Co-Host of Manufacturing Talk Radio Podcast

"There are so many people I want to thank for all of the joy I've had on this show. It's been a pleasure to talk with so many talented and passionate members of the global manufacturing workforce, and it's been an honor working with people who are taking change by the horns and making things happen in their communities."

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Frances Brunelle

Founder of Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers, Inc.
Host of The WAM Podcast

"The WAM Podcast has been a real joy. It provides me with the opportunity to have conversations with the best and brightest women in manufacturing today and those who provide services to the industry. I’ve interviewed incredible women entrepreneurs who’ve started from nothing and built empires, as well as women who’ve taken over a previously male-run family business. Both have faced unique challenges and found ways to survive and thrive in their roles. Those servicing the manufacturing industry through wealth transition guidance or ERP systems have been equally fascinating to interview. I look forward to 2021 and bringing more interviews that both inspire and challenge."


Lydia Di Liello

Host of The WAM Podcast

"The opportunity to discuss the paths women on such an established and well-respected forum as The WAM Podcast, fulfills one of my major career goals.”

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Emily Soloby

Host of Hazard Girls Podcast

"As the founder of Juno Jones Shoes and the host of the Hazard Girls Podcast, I'm able to have meaningful conversations with women who are regularly smashing stereotypes in non-traditional fields. From STEM, to trades, to industry, these women truly inspire me and my listeners every day with their stories of determination, passion, and creativity."


Cliff Waldman

Host of Series Manufacturing Matters on Manufacturing Talk Radio

"Being a host for the series Manufacturing Matters has been an incredible experience. I have learned from my guests as well as my own experiences, and this show constantly challenges me to expand on my knowledge of economics and manufacturing."

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Harry Moser

Host of Moser on Manufacturing on Manufacturing Talk Radio

After twenty-five years at the helm of GF AgieCharmilles, now GF Machining Solutions, as North American president and subsequently chairman emeritus, Harry founded the Reshoring Initiative to help bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. Largely due to the success of the Reshoring Initiative, Harry was inducted into the Industry Week Manufacturing Hall of Fame 2010 and was named Quality Magazine’s Quality Professional of the year for 2012. Harry participated in President Obama’s 2012 Insourcing Forum at the White House, won the Jan. 2013 The Economist debate on outsourcing and offshoring, and received the Manufacturing Leadership Council’s Industry Advocacy Award in 2014.

Harry is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, New Yorker and USA Today and seen on Fox Business, MarketWatch and other national TV and radio programs. He earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MS in Engineering at MIT in 1967, as well as an MBA from the University of Chicago in 1981.

Harry and the Reshoring Initiative focus primarily on bringing back as much manufacturing as possible, at the current U.S. level of competitiveness. Secondarily, they work to improve U.S. competitiveness, by advocating for needed policy changes and by strengthening the U.S. skilled workforce. Harry serves on the board of MSSC (Manufacturing Skill Standards Council), a leading manufacturing credentialing organization.


Dr. Chris Kuehl

Host of The Flagship Reports: An Executive Briefing

The Flagship is a reference to the kind of information a ship's captain receives as "the officer of the watch." What does he need to know right now to make decisions?  Not somebody's opinion but the actual situation.  What are those economic threats, and what can be done to react to them?  What does the data really say?  Listen as I share data-driven insights in The Flagship Reports podcast.