Celebrating the careers and mindsets of women engineers working for Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), with leadership insight from SWE CEO, Karen Horting.
This blog strives to facilitate a safe space for discourse on Diversity and Inclusion (D&I). It's ok to be uncomfortable and respectfully debate as we learn and grow in this space. Having the conversation is half the battle, and the effort pays off when our teams thrive because every individual can contribute to their full potential.
SWE member Alena Casella will share her experience using decision matrices to make informed career decisions in this informative web session on March 27.
Wendy Okolo is a 30-year-old woman from Nigeria and the first African woman to ever get a PhD in aerospace engineering. She now works as a research engineer for NASA.
In this episode celebrating Women’s History Month, SWE Archivist Troy Eller English and SWE Director of Editorial and Publications Anne Perusek talk about the difficulty of recognizing female “firsts” in the engineering world.
Recognized as one of the foremost pioneers in the field of solar energy, Maria Telkes was the first recipient (1952) of SWE’s Achievement Award.
Liz Russell is an Applied Research Mathematician at NSA and discusses the use of artificial intelligence's role in cybersecurity.
Meet Elizabeth Walker, a manufacturing engineer at General Motors. Find out how she got there and the types of projects she’s working on in her current role. #BeThatEngineer
FY19 SWE President, Penny Wirsing, sits down with Crea Kitcher, Supply Chain Operations Director at PepsiCo. With over 20 years in the food industry as a chemical engineer, Crea's career has given her the opportunity to work and live all over the world--From her homeland in the UK to Finland, Australia, Thailand, Italy, and currently, the US.