The theme of this year’s International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is “Transforming the Future.” To help celebrate the passions, efforts and careers of female engineers around the world, SWE reached out to some of our international members to see how they are #TransformingTheFuture. Below, Davida Gondohusodo explains how she is advancing and celebrating STEM in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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SWE’s FY19 Director of Professional Excellence, Dayna Johnson, loves how SWE stays true to its tagline, helping women around the world ASPIRE / ADVANCE / ACHIEVE.
Nigeria’s Peace Ikpotokin encourages SWE members to apply for the Global Ambassadors Program, saying: “You are able to utilize and apply the SWE leadership competency model and more importantly share your input to support SWE’s mission and vision, and it keeps you open to networking opportunities for personal growth and career success.”
As an engineering director, Kalyani Mallela believes she makes a difference each day and that she gets to make a positive impact on the world while working with intelligent and highly dedicated team members who motivate her to do better.
In her Forbes article, “The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion,” SWE CEO Karen Horting speaks to the importance of D&I in attracting and retaining talent as well as driving employee engagement.