AGMA Welcomes Three New Employees

September 1, 2022, Alexandria, VA — The American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) hired three new employees in the month of August to fill existing vacancies. Jessica Schuh and Robin McWilliams joined the Business Division, while Jess Oglesby joined the AGMA Media Division. By hiring Schuh, McWilliams, and Oglesby, AGMA can better provide AGMA members not only with the services they’ve come to expect, but also give them access to additional resources including education, events, and news. Details on all three employees’ professional experience and positions are listed below.

Jessica Schuh, Membership Specialist

Jessica Schuh has joined the Business Division of AGMA as Membership Specialist. In this role, she will assist with member and customer needs, maintain the membership database, and provide support to the AGMA Foundation. Schuh has spent her career working with both non-profits and associations in member engagement, database management, customer service, and meetings and events.

Robin McWilliams, Program Assistant

Robin McWilliams has joined the Business Division of AGMA as Program Assistant. In this role, she will support various member programs, committee work, the AGMA Foundation, and educational events. McWilliams has experience in meetings, events, and tradeshows from her previous role within the promotional products industry.

Jess Oglesby, Graphic Designer

Jess Oglesby has joined the AGMA Media Division as Graphic Designer. She will be responsible for the design and layout of Gear Technology and Power Transmission Engineering magazines, as well as advertisements and other promotional materials. Oglesby has eight years of design experience, with extensive knowledge in both print and digital applications, including most recently as Creative Director for FrontLane.

“AGMA is happy to announce the addition of Jessica and Robin to the Business Division and Jess to the AGMA Media Division,” said Matthew E. Croson, President, AGMA. “These incredibly talented individuals collectively bring decades of experience that our members and our industry will undoubtedly benefit from.”


About AGMA

The American Gear Manufacturers Association is a voluntary association of companies, consultants and academicians with a direct interest in the design, manufacture and application of gears, couplings and related power transmission components and equipment. The members include gear manufacturers from the United States, Mexico and Canada, as well as gearing interests from more than 30 countries around the world. AGMA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute to write all U.S. standards on gearing. AGMA is also the Secretary for Technical Committee 60 of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). TC 60 is the committee responsible for developing all international gearing standards. In addition to the holding the position of Secretariat, AGMA convenes the active ISO Working Groups related to gear inspection and testing.