Your Leadership Team

The ASQ Reliability Division is the largest group in the world who promotes reliability training and education. We are a volunteer organization focused on providing reliability training and education through member benefits, thus advancing reliability engineering globally. We are a major professional specialty association within the framework of the American Society for Quality. Its members have particular expertise and interest in reliability and related disciplines. Our activities are concerned with reliability, maintainability, quality, safety, and effectiveness of products, processes, and services important to our members and the community at large. Our organization is open to ASQ member.

Our officers are elected by our membership and serve two year terms.  In order for the division to function our officers are supported by a large volunteer operations team.  Interested in volunteering but not sure what activities are in your local area?  Our volunteers are all across the United States and the globe.  You can volunteer from any geographic location!  Just send us an email at webmaster@asqrd.org and we can get the process started.  Alternatively, check out if a regional counselor is active in your area!

The Division is led by a group of talented individuals.  Learn more about them…

Marc Banghart
Chair
Banghart is a reliability engineer with Wyle Incorporated supporting several United States Air Force (USAF) contracts. His area of focus is failure analysis, modeling and simulation as well as sustainment engineering. Marc started his career in the United States Air Force working on F-15 aircraft. After leaving the Air Force, Marc held several positions supporting functional areas of Systems Engineering to include reliability, integration and test and evaluation. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science (Troy State University) and a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering (Southern Methodist University) and Computer Engineering (Stevens Institute of Technology). He is currently pursuing a PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering, with a focus on reliability from Mississippi State University. Marc is an active participant in several professional organizations including ASQ and IEEE.
Rachel Stanford
Volunteer
David Auda
Executive Producer
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Elaheh
Scheduler and Webinar Support
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Kiru
English Series Host