Jeff Koga received his bachelor’s degree in accounting, operations management and management information systems from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Business Administration in 2004. He was honored as the outstanding alumnus in 2013.
Koga serves as senior vice president for Faith Technologies, working to industrialize construction and expand energy infrastructure. Previously he worked for Oshkosh Corporation in three of its divisions. In the defense division, he fielded armor, suspension and other system enhancements for military vehicles deployed in the global war on terrorism. Koga pioneered the application of Lean principles on the battlefield establishing 22 operations across Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Okinawa and the U.S. At corporate, he led enterprise business architecture in support of a major digital transformation project, and in the commercial division, he transformed operations to Industry 4.0 Lean manufacturing, served on the venture capital committee and founded North America’s first purpose-built battery electric refuse collection vehicle. Prior to Oshkosh Corp., Koga worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
As a board member for the National Waste and Recycling Association and previous member of the National Defense Industrial Association, Koga is involved in the industries that serve and protect our communities. He and his wife, Keysha, have nine children and are active in church, Scouting and sports.