Michael’s current role at Worthington Industries for the past three years is to build and establish the innovation capabilities and processes across the company. Prior to Worthington, Michael was the associate design director of Household Care New Business Creation for P&G working on brands such as Pampers®, Tide®, Swiffer® and Charmin®. He was co-director of P&G’s clay street project, a companywide innovation and problem-solving process, for six years where his work resulted in the successful re-launch of the Herbal Essences® and Pampers® brands. He also led the reinvention of P&G’s packaging process, the largest manufacturing process shift in P&G history. Luh has been a regular guest lecturer at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Da Vinci Program and holds a number of patents. He has a master’s degree in industrial design from University of Cincinnati and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering from North Carolina State University. Worthington Industries is a diversified metals manufacturing company with revenue of $3 billion based in Columbus, Ohio.