Mark Rohlinger is a Project Manager at Bosch Rexroth in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mark began his career with Rexroth in 1994 as a Product Manager for Ball Screws. He spent his first 10 year in different positions associated with product management, application engineering, and customer service. In 2005 Mark moved over into the operations side of the business with responsibility in Manufacturing Operations, including safety and environment, quality, manufacturing engineering, plant engineering, logistics, and security. His current focus is on strategic technical development, including product, process, location, and workforce development. Mark has received an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Product Development, a Bachelors of Science Degrees in Industrial Technology from the University of Wisconsin – Stout, as well as a Masters of Science degree in Industrial Technology from Northern Illinois University. Mark has a patent in his name for a ball recirculating element used in a ball screw, and has had a journal article published relating to chaos theory. He is involved heavily in the local community supporting STEM and work force development initiatives.