Peggy Gulick serves as AGCO’s Director of Digital Transformation, Global Manufacturing. She has over 20 years of experience in the consumer products and manufacturing industry. Ms. Gulick joined AGCO as a plant leader for AGCO’s Production Systems (Lean) and Information Technology teams and strategies. She was recently promoted to lead the global organization through business partnered initiatives to continuously improve productivity, quality, safety and cost. Prior to joining AGCO, Ms. Gulick spent 16 years advancing comprehensive and sustainable solutions in global Enterprise Resource Planning Systems in the sporting consumer goods industry serving as Director of Global Business Process at Pure Fishing, Inc. a subsidiary of Newell Brands. Ms. Gulick began her career as a Senior Analyst at IBM and as a Consultant at Arthur Anderson. In 2015, Ms. Gulick chartered the Women in Manufacturing Chapter in Minnesota while holding an active position on AGCO’s AGWN (AGCO Global Women’s Network) Global Steering Committee.
Ms. Gulick has received numerous awards and honors. Most recently, she has led a team of out-of- box thinkers and ambitious partners in the implementation of wearable technology solutions on the manufacturing plant floor, selected as High Achiever in Internet of Things Manufacturing Leadership by the Manufacturing Leaders Council (Frost & Sullivan) in 2016. She is also the 2014 recipient of the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award from the Manufacturing Institute, awarded to honor women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers and represent all levels of the manufacturing industry, from the factory-floor to the C-suite.
Ms. Gulick holds a Masters of Business Administration in Global Business from Capella University in Minneapolis, MN. She earned a BS in Computer Science from Clarke University in Dubuque, IA, where she received the Most Distinguished Alumni for Outstanding Achievement in 2016. She also earned a certificate in Executive Leadership for Women from Kennesaw State University’s Cole College of Business Executive Education Programs and a mini masters of Project Management at the University Of St. Thomas’ Opus College of Business.