Women in Engineering
International Women in Engineering Day is held each year on June 23rd. International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is an awareness campaign, which raises the profile of women in engineering and focuses attention on the amazing career opportunities available to women and girls in this exciting industry.
For this episode, we identified two female engineers in the manufacturing industry and asked them to share their stories.
Darien is currently an R&D innovation engineer for iMFLUX, based out of Cincinnati, OH. Serving as a mentor and panelist for numerous associations in the industry like SPE and the iMFLUX Women Breaking the Mold panel, Darien is a great mentor for younger women looking to pursue an engineering career. Darien has been with iMFLUX since 2017 after she received her bachelor’s in Polymer/Plastics Engineering from Pittsburgh State University in Pittsburg, Kansas.
iMFLUX works to help manufacturers by integrating game-changing processing software and state-of-the-art mold shop. LEARN MORE ABOUT iMFLUX
Emily is a Mechanical Design Engineer at Cincinnati Incorporated. She grew up in Columbus, graduated from DeSales as a valedictorian, and went on to attend the University of Cincinnati. She enjoys working with service organizations, such as volunteering with Habitat for Humanity and Engineers Without Borders. She even had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania, Africa with Engineers Without Borders to implement a water distribution system. She completed her Masters of Engineering with a focus on Additive Manufacturing in 2021, her bachelor of science in Mechanical Engineering in 2019, and currently is working towards a Ph.D.
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