Hi, I’m Jonna Gerken, FY18 President of the Society of Women Engineers, and this is SWE’s Diverse podcast series. Please remember to add this podcast to your iTunes and like or follow us on social media. Visit swe.org for more details.
Joining me now, as part of our Women Executives in Engineering Podcast Series, is Alysia Green. She is a Stanford graduate with a degree in mathematical and computational sciences and more than 25 years at Chevron. Her current role at Chevron is General Manager of Upstream IT.
Thanks for joining us Alysia.
Tell us about your background and career. How did you get into computer science?
You’ve been at Chevron 25 years in more than a dozen roles. You live in Houston now, but you’ve lived in several places. Tell us about some of the countries you’ve seen through work.
Did you ever think your love of math would lead Myanmar?
You’re married and have a daughter who is a sophomore in college majoring in a STEM field. What have you taught her about taking tough classes?
What is your take on work/life balance? How did you handle international travel as a working mom?
Are role models important?
You’re active in SWE. Why is an organization like SWE important?
You’re also on the 50K Coalition Advisory Board. Tell us about the 50K Coalition.
What advice do you have for women who want to become leaders?
Alysia, thank you so much for joining us.
Alysia Green is General Manager of Upstream IT at Chevron.
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