How to Be More Resilient in
Life, Leadership and Business
Meet Our Speaker
Kerry Siggins
CEO, StoneAge, Inc.
Kerry Siggins is the CEO of StoneAge, Inc., the global leader in the design and manufacturing of high pressure waterblast cleaning tools and robotic equipment used in the industrial cleaning industry.

StoneAge, Inc., sells and supports its products throughout the world and is considered the be the best of class in its industry.

Kerry joined StoneAge, Inc., in January of 2007 as the Director of Operations and at the age of 29, she was named CEO by the company’s Board of Directors.

She has since led the company in building a strong global presence resulting in double digit growth year over year.

Most recently, she led the acquisition of a Breadware, an Internet of Things (IoT) product development firm based in Reno, NV.

She is the Vice President of the Waterjet Technology Association’s board of directors and is a founding member of the Global Industrial Cleaning Coalition.

Kerry was named one of Colorado’s Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals and was a finalist for Colorado’s CEO of the Year in 2017.

StoneAge, Inc., is recognized as a Top 100 company to work for by Outside Magazine.

Kerry sits on several other boards and is a member of YPO where she is on the executive committee of the Doing Business Globally Network.

She is a dynamic, sought-after speaker who has presented at universities, seminars, and conferences around the world.

She hosts two podcasts, Industrial Theory and Reflect Forward, and she is an author and blogger; her articles have been published in a variety of magazines and her blog is visited by tens of thousands of readers each month.
Session Foreword
Kari Gonzales
Education Chair, League of Railway Women
VP Business Services and CFO, Transportation Technology Center
Kari Gonzales is the VP Business Services and CFO at Transportation Technology Center, Inc (TTCI) in Pueblo, Colorado.

She has been a part of TTCI’s organization for nearly 18 years.

Kari started as an intern in 2000 and was hired full-time after completing her degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in December of 2002.

During her time as a research engineer, Kari contributed a set of work that resulted in authoring/co-Authoring of over 25 technical publications, including articles in Railway Age, Railway Track and Structures (RT&S), and the Journal of Wear.

In her current role, Kari is responsible for both the company-wide strategic planning and many of the business functions associated with the day-to-day operations for TTCI such as contracts, procurement, publications, proposals, acquisitions and joint ventures.
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Founded in 1997, the League of Railway Women (LRW) is committed to improving the railroad industry by connecting and cultivating women in rail. Our mission is to advance the representation, recognition and opportunities for women, thereby promoting diversity and improving the business results of the railroad industry. Learn more at www.railwaywomen.org