Staff

Thomas A. Bux, M.Ed.
Thomas A. Bux, M.Ed. Director of Workforce Development
610-799-1961
tbux@lccc.edu

Tom currently serves as a Director of Workforce Training at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He oversees workforce training programs for areas in and around the Lehigh Valley including Allentown, Bethlehem, and Nazareth, PA. His primary focus is on positive workplace development, focusing on leadership development, organizational culture, and career pathways.

Tom is an approved Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team and Everything DiSC facilitator and has presented to clients and conferences throughout the region.

Before joining Lehigh Carbon Community College, Tom worked for Penn State University in their office of continuing and distance education. Tom also worked for Shippensburg University as a regional strategic consultant in the statewide Communities That Care Juvenile delinquency prevention initiative.

Tom has a monthly article pertaining to workforce development that appears in the Lehigh Valley Business Journal.  He recently collaborated on an article on Leadership Pipelines with Dr. Annette M. Cremo, Ph.D for the July 2016 edition of TD magazine and is currently collaborating on an edition of TD At Work booklet on employee engagement.

Tom has a Master’s of Education degree in Training and Development from Penn State University. His areas of focus include adult learning, organizational development, instructional design, and program evaluation. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, photography, playing the tuba, and collecting and listening to vinyl. He lives in Barnesville, PA with his wife, Karen, and two sons, Ben and Nate.

Maureen Donovan
Maureen Donovan Assistant Director of Workforce Development
570-668-6880
mdonovan@lccc.edu

Maureen serves as the assistant director of workforce training at Lehigh Carbon Community College. She oversees workforce training programs for business and industry in the northern tier of Pennsylvania including the counties of Schuylkill, Carbon, and Luzerne.

Maureen has a bachelor’s degree in organizational management from Eastern University and holds certifications in non-profit management from the University of Pennsylvania.

Doni Binczak
Doni Binczak Program Manager
610-799-1950
dbinczak@lccc.edu
Doni serves as the program manager at the Donley Center in Allentown. She works with business to develop corporate training programs. Some of her areas of focus include management training for industry and business with such programs as Effective Communication, Moving into Management, and DiSC. She enjoys wine tasting and traveling with her husband and family.
Arthur Love Manufacturing Technologies Instructor
610-799-1967
alove@lccc.edu
Arthur Love graduated from University of Cincinnati with a degree in
Metallurgical Engineering and obtained a Masters of Business
Administration – Management at Miami University, Oxford Ohio. He
spent 41 years with two Fortune 500 companies (Armco Steel & Air
Products and Chemicals, Inc.), working in technical sales and marketing,
sales and marketing management, new technology development,
international contract negotiations, international technology transfer, and
manager of an overseas facility. Mr. Love authored several technical
papers and conducted seminars on the use of industrial gas to save
energy and conserve fuels in the metals, heat treating, plastics, glass, cement, food, and
semi-conductor industries. He was instrumental in transferring technology and training sales
and technical personal overseas to achieve above average revenue and earnings growth.

Art was Manager of Responsible Care and Product Stewardship for two years for the Gas
Group providing direction in being a safe and responsible “neighbor” to help overcome the
negative reputation of the Chemical Industry. As Managing Director in Tanjin, China, Arthur
Love was responsible for one of the most successful new facility start-ups in Air Product’s
history achieving the five year profit target in slightly over three years. In 2001, he joined a local
construction company as Marketing Manager where he developed a marketing strategy to help
open up two new territories and increase sales by $20,000,000 per year. He was asked to help
develop practices and policies to strengthen there workflow procedures and helped develop a
Copyrighted Enterprise Workflow Process which is currently Patent Pending.

Art has taught classes at Lehigh Carbon Community College since 2004. Art serves as lead
instructor for the non-credit manufacturing certificate programs. He oversaw the expansion of
LCCC’s Amatrol training lab, identifying equipment purchase through the TAACCCT grant and
the development of curriculum alignment that translate to the skills necessary for the
manufacturing industry in the region. Art is certified as a FANUC Robotics Instructor and is an
Authorized OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour trainer.
Donald Worman
Donald Worman Manufacturing Technologies Instructor
dworman@lccc.edu
Don Worman had a successful 30 year career in the highly
technical oil, gas and petrochemical industry. His experiences
include intense project execution in the areas of design and
manufacturing. He was a strong advocate of Continuous
Improvement and led Lean Six Sigma and Kaizen events that
resulted in improvements at all levels of operations.

Don served as Vice President, Operations, responsible for all areas
of project execution for a $650MM division of Linde Engineering
North America based in Tulsa Oklahoma. In his role as VP, he
delivered grass roots project management of manufacturing plants
from earthwork and civil undergrounds to construction,
pre-commissioning, operator training and start-up. He also worked at the Foster Wheeler
Corporation plant in Calgary Alberta Canada and for Selas Linde, Blue Bell PA as a turnaround
specialist. As executive manager in charge of a 22 acre fabrication facility at the Port of
Catoosa, Oklahoma he improved productivity from 90% to 110% while reducing the OSHA
recordable incident rate from 10.10 to 1.26%. The Catoosa Works was recognized as a premier
supplier of fabricated modules for the oil and gas industry and a leading supplier of deep
cryogenic equipment to NASA, National Laboratories and leading Research Universities world
wide.

Don holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Temple University, a Certificate of Management from
Villanova and is a certified engineer (EI/FE) in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As an
inventor, he holds a US Patent for design of an Ethyl Dichloride (EDC) Furnace for the Vinyl
Chloride Monomer (VCM) Petrochemical Industry.

Don joined the Lehigh Carbon Community College in early 2017 where he has applied his
knowledge to benefit the development of the student in LCCC’s manufacturing certificate
programs. Don is a certified by Amatrol as a PLC instructor. Don also serves to strengthen
employer engagement with the college making sure that the manufacturing program curriculum
and delivery methods align with the needs of manufacturers in the region.