New Faces of AME: Crystal Meyer, Multimedia Content Creator

Crystal Meyer Advanced Machine & EngineeringCrystal Meyer grew up in the manufacturing industry with family relations tied to a small thread rolling and die company out of Saukville, Wisconsin; so when she graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with her degree in advertising, the transition into the manufacturing sector only felt natural. It wasn’t long before she developed a passion for the art of engineering, sparking her most recent educational pursuance in mechanical engineering at Rock Valley College. As she continues her education, Crystal works as a Multimedia Content Creator in our marketing department developing a wide range of visual and written content.

“It is truly fulfilling and inspirational working with a company that is so deeply integrated with their manufacturing roots, are involved in growing and improving the Rockford community, and are truly dedicated to bringing manufacturing back to the American economy. I am absolutely excited to see what is in store for the future, both for myself and Advanced Machine & Engineering.”

There are a number of interests that occupy Crystal’s day-to-day life outside of work, the most prominent being mountain biking. A large majority of her time is spent at Rock Cut State Park and other Rockford and Madison areas during the warmer months of the year taking part in the sport. Inspired by her boyfriend, Mitchel, and his family, she looks forward to competing in the Wisconsin Off-Road Series (WORS) for the first time in 2018. Crystal has also developed a love for traveling, visiting places such as South Dakota, Hawaii, and Dominican Republic with a growing list of aspired international trips to take over the coming years. Complimenting her love of fitness and travel is her immersion in the world of cooking and baking.

We are excited to have her on board!


Crystal Meyer's activities

Left: Biking at Rock Cut State Park in Rockford, Illinois
Right: Favorite cupcake creation: Champagne Rosewater
Bottom: Badlands National Park in South Dakota

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