Liz Zettel | Being Open Minded, Exiting Introvertism, & Being Nice
Liz Zettel wanted to become an interior designer until her high school math teacher told her to check out engineering. She ended up being a perfect fit, based on her personality and innate skills.
Join us as we talk about a wide range of subjects: from how animal testing led her to becoming a vegetarian to the most important skills for engineers and many more topics in between.
Most importantly, check out Liz Zettel’s book “Engineer Pants” about engineering from the female perspective.
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