We are celebrating and discussing the growing number of women who are working in manufacturing.
Per the U.S. Department of Commerce, although women represent about 47% of the total workforce, they only make up about 30% of the 15.8 million people employed in manufacturing industries. Furthermore, only 1 in 4 manufacturing leaders are women, so the topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion are top of mind for many.
Hear what these women think about their careers in manufacturing - challenges, likes, dislikes, and more.
- Dr. Heike Wenzel, CEO of WENZEL Group
- Veronica Messersmith, Vice President of Strategic Relations, Americas at Sandvik Coromant
- Alyssa O’Brien, Product Engineer with OSG USA
- Julia Wasielewski, Manufacturing Engineer at TYLOK Fittings & Valves
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