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Marnocha of Carmel Receives Clarkson University's Top Award for Young Alumni
Potsdam, N.Y. -- Bridget A. Marnocha of Carmel, Ind., vice president and chief operating officer of the Stanley Security Solutions Division in Indianapolis, has received the Woodstock Award from her alma mater, Clarkson University. Given each year during Reunion Weekend, the Woodstock Award honors young alumni who have demonstrated outstanding loyalty and service to Clarkson and the Alumni Association and who have used their Clarkson experience to make a notable contribution to their careers.
Marnocha received her bachelor of science degree in electrical and computer engineering from Clarkson University in 1987. She completed the General Electric Corporate Graduate Program in 1989, and received a master of business administration degree from Marquette University in 1995.
In 2005, she was appointed vice president and chief operating officer of Stanley Security Solutions Division and led the infrastructure integration vision for the entire $1.6 billion global security division. She implemented a common SAP enterprise as the executive sponsor for the transformation and led the profitability turnaround of the $150 million systems integration business segment, including 600 employees involved in sales, engineering, field installation, service, supply chain and call center functions.
From 2002 to 2005, Marnocha was president of Stanley Specialty Tool Division in North Andover, Mass., where she led the business profit and loss performance for the $95 million specialty tool division to deliver eight consecutive quarters of increasing year-over-year incoming business growth and a doubled profitability improvement.
Marnocha is a member of the Clarkson University Business Leadership Council. She lives in Carmel, Ind., with her husband, Thomas.
Clarkson University, located in Potsdam, N.Y., is a private, nationally ranked university with a reputation for developing innovative leaders in engineering, business, the sciences, health sciences and the humanities. At Clarkson, 3,000 high-ability students excel in an environment where learning is not only positive, friendly and supportive, but spans the boundaries of traditional disciplines and knowledge. Faculty achieves international recognition for their research and scholarship and connects students to their leadership potential in the marketplace through dynamic, real-world problem solving.
Photo caption: Bridget Marnocha (center) receives the Woodstock Award from Clarkson University President Tony Collins (left) and Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Steve Newkofsky.