Zenagui Brahim is Executive Director at New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NH MEP), an affiliate of the National Institute of Standards & Technology under the US Dept. of Commerce. Zenagui has over 30 years of international experience in process improvement, quality and supply chain management, and executive education. In February 2010, Zenagui was appointed New Hampshire Commercial Consul to North Africa. Previously, he was Director of the Institute of Professional & Executive Education at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA. He consulted with manufacturing and service organizations on quality management systems and process improvement.
He spent eight (9) years in Asia and the Middle East working in management training and supply chain Mgmt.
Zenagui is a founding member of the Greater Merrimack Valley Human Resources Association. He was Vice President of the Association of Manufacturing Excellence – Northeast Region and Vice President in the Southern NH APICS Chapter. He is a founder of the Algerian-American Association of New England. He serves in the NH Governor’s Advanced Manufacturing Education Council, NH Economic Development Advisory Board, and he is an active member of NH high schools and community colleges’ boards. Zenagui is a recipient of the Commissioner’s Exemplary Award for his leadership role in advancing New Hampshire manufacturing industry. In December 2012, Zenagui served on Governor Maggie Hassan’s Business Outreach Transition Team. He is a founding member of the Algerian-American Foundation for Culture, Education, Science and Technology.
Zenagui is a frequent speaker on continuous improvement, quality management, lean manufacturing, and supply chain management.