Don't miss this opportunity to connect with and learn from the women who came before you at SEAS!
The focus of this interactive professional development discussion and networking event is to bring together female engineering students with SEAS alumnae to engage and discuss how one can successfully navigate a career in engineering.
The evening begins with our keynote speaker Paige Atkins, MS ’89, Associate Administrator, Office of Spectrum Management (OSM), within the U.S. Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). Her talk will be followed by roundtable discussions relevant for women engineers. We’ll share lessons learned before starting the student-alumnae networking reception.
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Other alumnae participants include:
Sana Al-Hajj, MS ’92, DSc ’05
Manager of Service Quality Management, The World Bank Group
Solome Girma, MS ’12
Energy Technology Specialist, Buildings Technology Office, U.S. Department of Energy
Gazelle Hashemian, ’97
President and CEO, BlueJuniper; founder and CEO, BlueFlower
Erin Mignano, BS ’05
Business Development, Turner Construction Company
Kim Kessler Murray, BS ’99
Senior Project Manager, Grunley Construction
Renee Lewis, MS ’90
President and CEO, Pensare Group
Kristy Ortiz, BS ’00, MS ’01
Director of Marketing (U.S. utilities), CGI
Randa Radwan Samaha, Ph.D. ’15
Senior ITS Engineer, Citizant, Inc.
Fatima Senghore, Ph.D., ’16
Project Manager, Valador, Inc.
Lolita Street, BS ’99, MS ’09
Communications Systems Engineer, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Shravy Tirumala, BS ’12, MS ’13
Product Lead/Business Development Lead, SENTEL Corporation