Stephanie Slocum | Clear Professional Growth Paths, Women in STEM, & Identifying Burnout
Who is Stephanie Slocum?
Stephanie Sloicum’s mission is to help develop women leaders in the STEM field. She feels so strongly about this that she has founded Engineer’s Rising, an organization dedicated to helping women in engineering and technology create fulfilling careers on their terms.
Don’t think this episode is just for females, though. Along the way, Stephanie Sloicum teaches us how skyscraper engineers ensure their buildings won’t experience catastrophic resonant frequencies. She also discusses how large structural engineering projects are quoted, and how to gain clarity in your engineering career.
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