If you missed the CVP Speaker Series @ GW event “Charting the Path to Leadership for Women in Engineering,” you can now watch the recording.
“Approximately 20% of undergraduate engineering degrees are awarded to women, but only 13% of the engineering workforce is female. It is estimated nearly 40% of the women who earn engineering degrees either quit or never enter the profession. With a panel of women engineers at every stage of their careers, we will discuss the potential factors behind these percentages and how to improve the outcomes going forward. The speakers will share their career experiences and provide recommendations for young women entering the workforce, as well as leaders looking to increase the percentage of women engineers in their workplace.”
CVP Speaker Series @ GW – Women in Engineering: Charting the Path to Leadership
- Andrea Norris, Director, Center for Information Technology, and Chief Information Officer (CIO), National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Maria Roat, Deputy Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Office of the Chief Information Officer
- Sonja Lemott, Chief, PEO Engineering Division, Program Executive Office (PEO), Defense Healthcare Management Systems (DHMS)
Source: CVP Speaker Series @ GW event “Charting the Path to Leadership for Women in Engineering” – October 14, 2020. CVP via YouTube.