Marco Bonilla is a Continuous Improvement & Process Innovation Consultant (a problem solver, trainer, and mentor); a Six Sigma practitioner with new product development and operational excellence focus. He provides advice and guidance to companies looking to stay competitive by lowering production costs, improving process flow, increasing throughput, and producing a higher quality product/service.
Marco also shares his experience and knowledge with MBA students as an affiliate professor at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, teaching in their online MBA@Denver program. He has over ten years of online instructor experience, including the University of Denver, Northeastern University, and George Washington University, in statistics, new product development, and marketing.
Before consulting and parallel to teaching, Marco worked as a New Product Development Engineer and a Continuous Improvement Engineer for over 22 years at a high-tech firm in the semiconductor industry.
Marco has also held many positions, including Chair, as a board member for non-profit and for-profit businesses.
Marco holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Northeastern University (NU). He has a Six Sigma Certification from Tyco International and is a former Corporal in the United States Marine Corps.