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Todd M. Oldham

Education & Workforce Development strategist

Dr. Todd Oldham is the Education & Workforce Development Strategist at the REMADE Institute, where he oversees industry outreach, project calls, and program development focused on fostering the growth of new perspectives and skills within the United States’ advanced manufacturing workforce. Prior to joining the Institute, Dr. Oldham served as the Vice president for Economic Development & Innovative Workforce Services at Monroe Community College, an institution renowned for its technical training, advanced manufacturing programs, and industry relationships. Dr. Oldham has led and overseen the development of programs in mechatronics, precision machining, optics, and nanotechnologies across the State University of New York system. Dr. Oldham’s leadership in technical and continuing education both at and prior to MCC equip him well to lead advanced manufacturing education and workforce development programs at the Institute.

Dr. Oldham holds a BA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology & History from the University of California, an MBA from Chapman University, and an EdD in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University.