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The Society of Women Engineers has dozens of podcasts to inform you and engage your mind as you commute, exercise, and relax.

Published On: September 2017

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) has dozens of podcasts to inform you and engage your mind as you commute to work, wait at the airport, get some exercise, do housework, or just relax at home. We post them in our Advance Learning Center and on this blog, All Together. You’ll find them on SoundCloud and iTunes.

We feature entertaining subjects and fascinating people. One of our most popular podcasts is about a comic book writer who wrote SWE’s first comic book: Constance & Nano’s Engineering Adventure #1. Another one features the founder and drummer of an all-female rock band, The Mrs, which is performing at SWE’s Annual Conference, WE17, in Austin, TX. SWE also has podcast series such as Women Executives in Engineering and Men as Diversity Partners.

Women Executives in Engineering Podcast Series

We recently featured Marilyn Tears for our Women Executives in Engineering podcast series about her career path and how she became a successful leader in her organization. She has been the Safety, Security, Health & Environment (SSH&E) Manager at ExxonMobil Development Company since April 2015.

We interviewed Janeen Judah of Chevron who is the 2017 President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. She has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M. She also has an MBA and a law degree.

We also interviewed Pamela Jackson who is the Vice President of Technology at Emerson. Jackson has also held prominent positions with Lucent and AT&T. Pam is a SWE member, has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from MIT and an Executive MBA from Boston University.

Men as Diversity Partners Podcast Series

For our Men as Diversity Partners Podcast Series, we featured Ernest Adams. He is Vice President of Global Diversity & Inclusion at Danaher, a Fortune 50 company. He has a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and management sciences from Northwestern University and currently lives in Washington, DC.

We interviewed Ken Barrett, the Global Chief Diversity Officer at General Motors. He’s the first one to hold that position and has been with the company for four years. Prior to that he spent 28 years in the Navy. He was head of diversity for the Navy and the Department of Defense.

We also interviewed Gene Fraser, the Vice President of Programs, Quality and Engineering at Northrop Grumman. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida. Gene served for 27 years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was a test pilot and commanded a fighter squadron. Since 2002, he’s been with Northrop Grumman working on global security and was program manager for the B-2 Spirit bomber.

Advance Learning Center

Access valuable content through the Advance Learning Center. More than 100 learning opportunities are available in the Advance Learning Center, most of them free to SWE Members.

SWE Learning empowers women to succeed at every stage of their personal development and professional careers. We support the recruitment, retention and advancement of women in engineering through career resources, professional development and one-to-one networking opportunities.

In the Advance Learning Center, sign up for upcoming webinars or view recorded ones. Online conferences, podcasts, and e-learning modules are also available. There’s also a coaching section with content from five career coaches.

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