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Podcast by Society of Women Engineers

Episodios

  • Ep 161: How Sarah EchoHawk and AISES paves a way for Indigenous Peoples in STEM

    30/11/2021 Duración: 28min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Karen Horting, CEO of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Sarah EchoHawk, the CEO of AISES, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society. Sarah talks about some of the challenges facing First Nation and Indigenous Peoples when it comes to furthering their education, especially in STEM, the ways that AISES combats those challenges and how you, as an Ally, can also help.

  • Ep 160: Sponsored Podcast: Amy L. Freeman - NSF

    26/11/2021 Duración: 27min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Amy L. Freeman, the Assistant Dean of Engineering Outreach and Inclusion at Penn State and Presidential Awardee for the 2017 PAESMEM Award. Listen as Amy talks about what inspired her to become a mentor, the importance of support during transitions, and a few of her proudest moments as a mentor.

  • Ep 159: Sponsored Podcast: Kate Obaggy - Cummins

    02/11/2021 Duración: 25min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Katie Obaggy, Senior Specialist on Technical Functional Excellence for Cummins. Listen as Katie talks about the obstacles she has faced as a woman in engineering, how others in the industry can create a more inclusive environment, and her professional goals in both her career and her involvement with SWE.

  • Ep 157: Sponsored Podcast: Penny Gunterman - AVEVA

    27/10/2021 Duración: 24min

    In this SWE Diverse podcast episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, talks with Penny Gunterman, VP of Operations Portfolio Marketing at AVEVA. Penny shares her experience as a woman in STEM who coped with leukemia and the impact it had on her family and how her life and career have flourished in remission.

  • Ep 156: A Fresh Perspective on Climate Change Solutions w/ Jennie Stephens

    24/10/2021 Duración: 36min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Jennie C. Stephens, Director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs at Northeastern University. Listen as Jennie talks about her book Diversifying Power: Why We Need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy, energy democracy and why it matters, and how you can leverage the power of collective action.

  • Ep 156: Sponsored: Quanya O'Neil - Siemens Energy

    22/10/2021 Duración: 14min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Quanya O’Neil, the head of High Voltage Circuit Breaker Manufacturing for Siemens-Energy’s Richland at the Mississippi facility. Learn about what a typical day in Quanya’s position looks like, how she deals with adversity as a woman in engineering, and what she looks for in new recruits.

  • SWE Ep 155: SWE Stories – Tales from the Archives: Male Allies and Generational Change

    21/10/2021 Duración: 24min

    SWE’s archives are full of unsavory anecdotes about male colleagues, bosses, and sometimes even male relatives who underestimated or belittled the skills and professionalism of women engineers over the years. But here we share stories of SWE’s male allies, who made space for women in engineering, provided them with opportunities, and who listened to women engineers when others would not.

  • Ep 153: Sponsored Podcast: Rebecca Haug - Booz Allen Hamilton

    11/10/2021 Duración: 23min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Rebecca Haug, a Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton, leading technical delivery teams. Learn about how Haug found her place in STEM despite some challenges along the way, how she transitioned to become a working mother, and her work with mentoring women in engineering.

  • Ep 153: Diversity and Inclusion Male Ally: Mark Joppru

    08/10/2021 Duración: 26min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Mark Joppru, the head of Consumer Segment and Service Robotics for ABB in the US. Listen as Mark talks about his love for robotics, the importance of male ally ship, and advice he has for others in the industry wanting to create a more inclusive environment in their teams.

  • EP 152: Denise Countryman: Software Engineer Powerhouse

    06/10/2021 Duración: 31min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Denise Countryman, the Vice President of Technology at Home Depot. Listen as Countryman shares her software engineering roots, her 20+ years experience at Home Depot, how the company has embraced cutting-edge technology and the advice she has for women entering a STEM field.

  • SWE Episode 151: Un Cafecito with A Woman in STEM: Mariel Cisneros

    01/10/2021 Duración: 19min

    Welcome to another episode of “Un Cafecito with a Woman in STEM”, a sub-series of SWE’s Diverse Podcast. In this episode, Marissa Doyen, the Hispanic Heritage Month Lead within SWE’s Latinos Affinity Group, speaks with Mariel Cisneros, a Systems Engineering Manager and technical lead at Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC). Listen as Cisneros talks about her journey as a Mexican immigrant, how her passion for space derived from a children's book about astronomy, and her approach to managing her team.

  • SWE EP 150: Un Cafecito with A Woman in STEM: Sandra Cauffman

    23/09/2021 Duración: 26min

    In this episode of “Un Cafecito with a Woman in STEM”, a sub-series of SWE’s Diverse Podcast. In this episode, Marissa Doyen, the Hispanic Heritage Month Lead with SWE’s Latinos Affinity Group, speaks with Sandra Cauffman, the Deputy Director of Earth Science Division in the Science Mission Directorate at NASA. Listen as Cauffman shares how she accomplished her childhood dream of working at NASA and how she now helps inspire other young girls.

  • SWE EP 149: Un Cafecito With A Woman In STEM: Beatris Mendez Gandica

    15/09/2021 Duración: 24min

    Welcome to another episode of “Un Cafecito with a Woman in STEM”, a sub-series of SWE’s Diverse Podcast. In this episode, Marissa Doyen, the Hispanic Heritage Month Lead within SWE’s Latinos Affinity Group, speaks with Beatris Mendez Gandica, the Security Program Manager at Microsoft and the CEO of the Neuvo Foundation. Listen as Gandica talks about her experience as a Latinx leader, how her non-profit became to be and her favorite part of working in STEM.

  • EP 147: Joan Michelson: Hire outliers to drive results

    10/09/2021 Duración: 30min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Joan Michelson, the host of the acclaimed and newly re-branded podcast, Electric Ladies. Michelson discusses her interest in climate, energy and sustainability, why she believes women make strong leaders in green industries, and the biggest life lessons she’s learned in her years of being an interviewer.

  • EP 146: Sponsored Podcast: Amanda Fennell - Relativity

    10/09/2021 Duración: 17min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, sits down with Amanda Fennell, the Chief Security Officer and Chief Information Officer for Relativity, a legal and compliance tech company. Learn about Fennel’s philosophy of “work/life grace”, her outlook on remote work, and how she actively incorporates both her own and her colleague’s hobbies and passions into the workplace.

  • EP 145: Judy Nitsch and Jill Tietjen: The Power of Diversifying Boards

    06/09/2021 Duración: 45min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Karen Horting, the Executive Director and CEO of SWE, and Anne Perusek, the Director of Publications at SWE, sit down with features of the Summer 2021 SWE magazine, Jill Tietjen and Judy Nitsch. Jill is a past Society president, life member, and is the author on ten books as well as a national speaker. Judy is the now-retired founding principal of Nitsch Engineering, a woman-owned engineering firm with 120 employees, headquartered in Boston with offices in Washington, D.C., as well as Worcester and Lawrence, Massachusetts. Learn more about their background, life experience, and advocacy for diversified boards.

  • EP 148: How Stephanie Hill's Journey led to the Advancement of STEM education

    03/09/2021 Duración: 44min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, the incoming FY22 president of SWE, speaks with Stephanie Hill, who is the executive vice president of Rotary and Mission Systems(RMS)for Lockheed Martin Corporation. The RMS portfolio features more than 1,000 programs and employs more than 34,000 people from around the world. Learn more about her background, accomplishments, and community outreach efforts in the advancement of STEM education.

  • EP 144: Patti Poppe: Trailblazer in a Male Dominated Industry

    25/08/2021 Duración: 16min

    In this episode, Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers, speaks with Patti Poppe, CEO of PG&E. Poppe has blazed a trail in two male dominated fields: energy and automotive. She discusses her roles in those sectors as well as how her training a an engineer has prepared her to be a CEO. Plus, if you've ever wondered how clean energy and electric cars work hand-in-hand, be sure to listen!

  • EP 142: Barbara Humpton: How Fostering a Growth Mindset Builds Leadership Qualities

    17/08/2021 Duración: 22min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Rachel Morford, the incoming FY22 president of SWE, speaks with Barbara Humpton, a keynote speaker at the upcoming WE21 in Indianapolis. She is the CEO of Siemens USA, a leading technology company that is driving the transformation of industry and infrastructure. Learn more about her background, vision and commitment to diversity in STEM fields.

  • EP 141: Exploring the Perspective of Global Members Living and Working in the US

    03/08/2021 Duración: 46min

    In this SWE Diverse episode, Monica Harrison, the FY22 Chair of the SWE Membership Committee, and Dayna Johnson, the FY22 Society President Elect, discuss Global Membership with the lead of the Global Membership Work Group, Juliana Dagnese, and Larisa Schelkin, who is also from the Global Membership Work Group. Learn more about their background, roles, and unique perspective of being Global Members living and working in the US.

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