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DEVELOPING PROMOTION POTENTIAL

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

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CAREER, REPUTATION, RESUMES, PERFORMANCE, AND MORE…

Come join us for IEEE Dayton Women in Engineering (WIE) and Young Professional’s (YP) Brown Bag Lunch and Learn: “Developing Promotion Potential” featuring a prominent female leader in the WPAFB community, Ms. Barbara Cerny, the Deputy Director of the 88th Communications Group.

  • “We all want to get promoted but what are the “keys to the kingdom?” How can we position ourselves to be the one person our unit, section, company can’t do without? Barb will let you all in on the secrets she’s discovered over the years of her government service. The sage wisdom is geared toward government civilians but the truths can be applied to military or commercial companies equally.”
  • This event is a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn so please bring your own lunch. There will be a special treat for attendees sponsored by IEEE Dayton Section, Women in Engineering-Young Professionals (WIE-YP) Affinity Group
  • Price: Free to IEEE members AND non-IEEE members
  • RSVP Registration here (if registration is full, send wait list requests to brooke.hayden.2010@ieee.org)

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5000 Springfield Street, Suite 100, Dayton, OH 45431
4/19/16 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

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Dayton Section Is Well Represented at the IEEE Women In Engineering (WIE) Summit USA EAST, Nov 6-8, 2015, Philadelphia PA

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

IEEE USA held an IEEE WIE (Women in Engineering) Summit USA East Nov 6-8, 2015, in Philadelphia, PA. The IEEE Dayton Section and Wright State University sponsored attendance for Rachael Kneice, Monica Sam, and Emma Sum, electrical engineering and computer science students at Wright State University, Fairborn OH. The summit had three tracks: Inspiration and Empowerment; Perspectives; and STEM Outreach. The speakers encouraged members to engineer ways to close the gender gap. Attendees had an opportunity to network with professionals and fellow students between the tracks, Saturday included a Career Fair, and a quick tour of Philadelphia followed the conference. Two IEEE Dayton Section officers served on the Summit organizing committee and attended the conference. Barbara Frantom, the Dayton Section Treasurer, served as the Summit Technical Program Chair, and Felicia Harlow, the Dayton Section Secretary, served as the Summit Facilities and Registration Chair. Their contributions were critical to the success of the conference and the Dayton section was well represented at the Summit!