If you are a professional woman in a STEM career as a scientist, researcher, engineer, technician, program manager, executive, educator, new grad, student or essential support person, you probably have experienced challenges in the workplace.
We'll look at what you've accomplished and where you are going, so you can discover what a successful career really means to you.
Don't accept being pushed to the side while others take credit for your hard work. We'll talk about how to keep this from happening without disrupting important relationships.
Confidence makes the right impression without having to change who you are. You can be you and still earn the respect you deserve.
Invent, discover, and make meaningful contributions in almost any corporate environment. And if you decide it's time to make a change, we can explore what steps to take.
I specialize in helping professional women navigate the challenging culture of STEM fields and high technology companies, keep the rewards they deserve, and foster the life balance they need.
With almost 35 years as an engineer and manager in male dominated technology sectors, I have seen first hand what it takes to succeed. Let my experience be a source of insight for your career journey.
Many issues that face women in STEM are lurking under the surface for both you and the corporate environment. It's not easy to bring these issues up in the workplace. Here's a place to feel comfortable discussing the challenges.