Bringing manufacturing, and safety, back home.

BY AMERICANS FOR AMERICANS

U.S. Medical Glove Company is committed to manufacturing right here in the United States and reducing dependence on foreign entities for critical health care products, while at the same time creating U. S. jobs and manufacturing that have slowly eroded throughout the years. We’re also on track to produce biodegradable plant-based material to manufacture a broad product line for food and beverage, medical and industrial uses. 

USMGC’s Liberty Glove is “Berry Amendment/Buy American” compliant. In fact, only USMGC’s production lines are delivering 100% American-owned and American-made nitrile gloves. As the advanced manufacturing facilities within our National Hub Network come on line, each one will be producing 200 million gloves per month, creating 200 high-paying jobs and generating millions in local economic activity. We’ve even set up an ESOP for American Veterans manufacturing gloves at our main research and manufacturing plant in Lexington, Kentucky.

Our Leadership

Dylan Ratigan

Dylan Ratigan

 

Dylan Ratigan is the Managing Member of U.S. Medical Glove Company.  Ratigan is an American industrialist, holding patents for manufacturing design with a history of implementation and operation of large organizations and start-ups. Ratigan ran Corporate Finance globally at Bloomberg LP, before working for  nine years as a host and show creator at CNBC and MSNBC.  In 2013, he founded Helical Holdings to integrate and design water, food, energy and communication systems into a patented design for a globally portable unit capable of operating on only sun and water.

 

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Yolanda M. Daniel

 Yolanda M. Daniel

Yolanda is a global business executive and transformation leader with diverse finance, functional area, and Board Director experience in the financial services, distribution, consumer goods, real estate and healthcare industries. Her career has included leadership of finance and operations across North, South and Central America, Asia, Europe, and Africa during times of acquisitive growth and transformation. As a people leader, Yolanda has created and developed finance teams including award winning teams in innovation. She is currently a finance and procurement executive in the financial services industry where she leads various corporate and division teams, and is responsible for reports to the Board of Directors.

Yolanda’s prior career has included chief financial officer roles at various organizations including W. W. Grainger, Inc., where she was chief financial officer at Grainger Canada, Inc., a $1 billion division. She also led the $6 billion U.S. financial services unit, global finance transformation, and during times of international growth, served as global chief audit executive. At CVS Health [CVS Caremark], as vice president, internal audit services, she was actively engaged in the divestiture, merger & acquisition, and integration phases of the company’s $2 billion to $70 billion revenue growth over a five-year period. Experiences in strategy, consulting, and public accounting comprise the remainder of Yolanda’s career which began in retail management with Saks, Inc.

Yolanda is an Independent Board Director for Leslie’s Pool Supply (NASDAQ: LESL) where she serves on the Audit and Nominating & Governance Committees, and is ESG Sub-Committee Chair. She is a servant and conscious business leader who serves as advisor to various non profit organizations, including her recent co-founding of the National Black Bank Foundation, missioned to eradicate the wealth gap through innovative public-private partnerships. She is a featured keynote and panelist on topics including small business, community and economic development, credit and capital access, and women in finance. She has been featured as a leading corporate executive in national publications, and is a Fellow of the 2017 class of the Aspen Institute Finance Leaders Fellowship, a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network, and a 2015 Chicago United Business Leader of Color. She earned an MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and is an honors marketing alumna from Jackson State University. She is a CPA, CIA, CGMA, CCSA, and is certified in Corporate Governance from Tulane University School of Law.

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Ambassador Ned L. Siegel (Ret.)

Ambassador Ned L. Siegel, (Ret)

Ambassador Ned L. Siegel, (Ret.) is the president of The Siegel Group, a multi-disciplined international business management advisory firm he founded in 1997 in Boca Raton, Florida, specializing in real estate, energy, utilities, infrastructure, financial services, oil & gas and cyber & secure technology.

From October 2007 until January 2009, he served as the United States Ambassador to the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. Prior to his Ambassadorship, in 2006 he served with Ambassador John R. Bolton at the United Nations in New York, as the Senior Advisor to the U.S. Mission and as the United States Representative to the 61st Session of the United Nations General Assembly. From 2003-2007, he served on the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).

Amb. Siegel received a BA, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Connecticut in 1973 and a JD from the Dickinson School of Law in 1976. In December 2014, he received an honorary degree of Doctor of Business Administration from the University of South Carolina.

 

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John Gibson

 John Gibson

Mr. Gibson has over thirty years of business experience in law, mergers and acquisitions, business development, corporate reorganization, corporate governance and management.  His experience has been at the senior executive level in engineering, power development, and manufacturing firms with business ventures in the U.S., Europe and Eastern Europe, and several countries in Southeast Asia.  Mr. Gibson has private and public sector experience with companies such as Kinder Morgan Power Co, Parker Hannifin, MACTEC, Ford Aerospace and Barlow Projects.  Mr. Gibson has supported the efforts of L88 since the founding in 2007.

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Kenneth A. Wilson

Kenneth A. Wilson

Ken Wilson is a technically sophisticated management professional with strong cross functional leadership skills coupled with proven “hands-on” experience.  He has a diverse background with startups, turnarounds, acquisitions and high growth environments and has proven to be a resourceful problem solver.

Mr. Wilson brings 24 years of solid manufacturing experience as a Materials Manager, Manufacturing Manager, Manufacturing Engineering Manager and Vice President of Operations for companies including a Kentucky based operation with 750 direct and indirect employees over four plants.

In addition to his manufacturing experience, Mr. Wilson served as Chief Executive Officer of Source Technologies, a Kentucky based supplier of chemical technology to the municipal wastewater treatment and oil and gas industries.

A former U.S. Navy Lieutenant, Mr. Wilson managed 60 highly skilled technicians as a Senior Naval Nuclear Engineer in all aspects of maintenance, operation and repair of two Nuclear Reactors and their support systems.  He attended the Naval Nuclear Power School in Orlando, Florida and studied reactor operations at the U.S. Naval Nuclear facility in Ballston Spa, New York.

Mr. Wilson is a graduate of Purdue University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aero Engineering with a Major in Aerodynamics.  He also received an MBA from Georgia State University with a Major in Finance.  He is a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, APICS Certified and a Qualified Certified Purchasing Manager.

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Not just a safer America, a stronger America

U.S. Medical Glove is proud to be adding to the U.S. economy and the effort to “Buy American”.  In building out our own production facilities, we’re working specifically with other great American companies buying their goods and services — from steel to technology to accounting.

We are also committed to responsible manufacturing. We’re incorporating new technologies in our production lines, like sensors used to make gloves and remote monitoring and tracking for just-in-time delivery, all critical in next-generation manufacturing here in the U.S. Our production lines are designed to help conserve up to 80%  of valuable water resources used in comparable factories around the world. We’re looking at areas to eliminate waste, and knowing plastic pollution has increased in the medical products sector, we’re working to develop nitrile gloves making use of biopolymers, which may one day serve as a springboard to broader applications of the biopolymer across many industries. 

• USMGC “Liberty Glove” is 100% Berry Amendment compliant

• 100% of raw material manufactured in USA

• 100% of paper is American paper and medical grade

• 100% of ink is American made and water soluble

 

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