Kelly Visconti, P.E., PMP
Ms. Kelly Visconti, P.E., PMP
Kelly Visconti, P.E. is a Senior Program Manager with ProMan Strategies currently supporting the U.S. Department of Defense’s Manufacturing Technology Office on joint additive manufacturing and advanced manufacturing strategy. For the first ten years of her career, Ms. Visconti gained industrial experience as an engineer and manager at The Linde Group, the world’s largest industrial gas company. She led RD&D projects for the application of industrial gases to a range of manufacturing processes, from an award-winning advanced combustion technology for steel blast furnaces to innovative wastewater treatment solutions. Most recently she served for six years in the Advanced Manufacturing Office at the U.S. Department of Energy as a Technology Manager. Ms. Visconti was the program manager for the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation and the initial program manager for RAPID Manufacturing Institute, two DOE funded public-private partnerships for advanced manufacturing innovation. She was a member of the Technical Advisory Board for three other Institutes part of the Manufacturing USA network and closely supported interagency advanced manufacturing activities.
Ms. Visconti is a 2017 recipient of the George Washington University’s Arthur S. Flemming Award for Leadership and Management in recognition of her leadership in the effort to drive the investment of $900 million into public-private partnerships under the Manufacturing USA initiative. She was selected and served as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Policy Fellow (2011-2012). She is a Project Management Professional (2017) and a licensed Professional Engineer (2006). Ms. Visconti received her M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Rutgers University (2005) and B.S. in Chemical Engineering from The Johns Hopkins University (2001).