Kellie Johnson

President of ACE Clearwater in Torrance.

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Kellie Johnson is president of ACE Clearwater Enterprises in Torrance, Calif. She graduated from USC in 1982 with a B.A. in international relations and joined the family business in 1984, working in all areas from purchasing to production control. At that time, the company had annual revenues of approximately $10 million, primarily in aerospace sheet metal forming and fabrication.  - See more at: http://www.nam.org/Contact/Staff/Kellie-Johnson/#sthash.Z8S5zP2V.dpuf

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