Dylan Vincent2024-01-12T18:23:57+00:00

Dylan Vincent

Director of Systems & Continuous Improvement

Dylan Vincent is Coakley Brothers & Brothers Interiors Director Systems & Continuous Improvement.

Starting at UPS in 2007, Dylan progressed through the ranks to attain a managerial role. Concurrently, he pursued higher education, securing an associate’s degree in electrical engineering. Subsequently, he pursued a bachelor’s in business administration, specializing in technical management, and graduated Magna Cum Laude. During his tenure at UPS, Dylan played a key role in improving operations at facilities in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Tennessee.

Leaving UPS in 2017, Dylan joined Foxconn, the world’s largest technology manufacturing company, during the establishment of their inaugural US headquarters and technology park in Wisconsin. Starting in the early stages of business development, he swiftly advanced in his role, taking on the responsibility of constructing and implementing various departments across three campus facilities.

In 2021, Dylan accepted a position as the Director of Systems & Continuous Improvement at Coakley Brothers & Brothers Interiors. His primary focus is on developing, recommending, and implementing solutions for process improvement across the company’s two entities and seven total divisions. He also oversees the IT department & handles tasks such as system migrations, budget, database design, value-stream mapping, data collection for identifying root causes, document control, and developing standard operating procedures aligned with business strategies.

Outside of work, Dylan enjoys spending time with his large family of brothers and sisters. He is known as the music enthusiast in the family and has a passion for Eastern Asian cuisine. During his free time, he immerses himself in learning about technology related to AI, Internet of Things (IoT), and Microsoft Power Platform. Dylan is also actively involved in academic and charitable organizations. He is a member of the Delta Mu Delta- International Academic Honor Society in Business and serves as the Treasurer on the Board of Directors for his mother’s nonprofit organization, Breath of Courage, which focuses on raising awareness and providing healing for trauma survivors.