CTMG’s Chief Quality Systems Engineer / Director of Quality Systems receives Honors

Michelle Nanney, BSE, MS, MBA, who serves as CTMG, Inc.’s Chief Quality Systems Engineer / Director of Quality Systems, has recently received honors from two nationally recognized engineering societies.

Ms. Nanney has been elected a Senior Member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). IEEE has over 421,000 members in over 160 countries. The organization develops international standards for telecommunications, information technology and power systems and publishes nearly a third of the world’s technical literature in electrical engineering, computer sciences, and electronics. To obtain the Senior Member designation, Michelle interviewed with three Senior Members who were looking for “significant performance” in her career. These three individuals recommended her, and the IEEE Admission and Advancement Senior Member Review Panel elected her to the designation. Michelle also serves IEEE as the Chair of the Eastern North Carolina chapter of IEEE’s Technology and Engineering Management Society and is working to bring professional development and engineering activities to Greenville, NC and the surrounding areas.

Michelle has also been elected a District Director of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. Tau Beta Pi was founded in 1885 and is the only engineering honor society representing the entire engineering profession. The organization includes 245 US collegiate chapters with total initiated membership of approximately 575,000. Michelle was initiated into Tau Beta Pi in her junior year at Texas A&M University and is excited to serve District 4 of Tau Beta Pi as a District Director. District 4 includes North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. She will be a resource and mentor to the chapters and alumni groups in the district.

CTMG, Inc., with offices in Greenville and Raleigh, is the first company to provide engineered process and quality systems controls in conducting clinical trials with partnering physician investigators and their institutions.