Terri L. Warnstorff’s professional title is Manufacturing Supervisor at KARL STORZ, which specializes in endoscopes. Her skills and areas of expertise include management, logistics and maintenance mechanics. Ms. Warnstorff received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management from The University of Phoenix. She is drawn to and passionate about charitable organizations such as New England K-9 Search and Rescue and Sweetpea Friends of Rutland Animals. Ms. Warnstorff’s hobbies and interests include gardening, hiking and traveling. Terri Warnstorff is a leader in the field of manufacturing, outstanding depth of knowledge, inspiring creativity and personal courage. She brings hands-on expertise in management, logistics and maintenance mechanics, and is no stranger to traveling as she has lived in New York, Virginia, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Arizona and Japan. Ms. Warnstorff worked dutifully as an Instructional Aide in the English Department of Danville Community College in Danville, VA, while working towards her Associate’s degree in Science. After receiving her degree, she was chosen to participate in Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company’s highly selective program: Maintenance Apprenticeship. This opportunity led her to a 15-year-long employment as a Maintenance Mechanic for Goodyear, where she obtained invaluable skills. Bravely swimming against the tide, Ms. Warnstorff made a major life decision by moving to Phoenix, AZ, where she spent a year working as a Maintenance Mechanic for Borden Pasta and then acquired a position as a “Group Lead” at Sumitomo Sitix, a Japanese-owned company. Her determination to better herself brought her back to college, earning her Bachelor’s in Business Management while simultaneously working at Sitix. During her tenure at Sitix, she spent ten crucial weeks in Japan where she wrote the Standard Operating Procedures for the company’s equipment as well as interviewed, coached and lead coworkers. She is now acting Supervisor of the second shift Endoscope Repair for Manufacturing Supervisor at KARL STORZ Endovision, Inc.
Management, Logistics and Maintenance Mechanics