Wed, Oct 21|
My STEM Story Panel Event 2
Panel speakers: Dr. Monique Farrell and Sade Luwoye
Time & Location
Oct 21, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
About the event
Dr. Monique Farrell earned her PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Norfolk State University, after completing her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from UMASS Amherst. Currently, she is a Sr. principal engineer at an aerospace and defense company. As a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Monique’s work focuses on continuous improvement efforts such as developing greener processes, increasing process efficiency and addressing yield concerns. Dr. Farrell is passionate about teaching and has taught workshops within Northrop Grumman and through her consulting/training company, Your Engineered Solutions. In February she was recognized as the most promising engineering in industry at the 2020 BEYA Conference, in Washington DC.
Sade Luwoye is a Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin in Baltimore, MD. She has been with the company for 5 years and has had the opportunity to support various Florida and Maryland programs. She has a B.S in Electrical Engineering with a Minor in Mathematics from UMass Amherst and a M.S in Systems Engineering from George Washington University. Sade is passionate about increasing the number of underrepresented groups in STEM through her podcast "Win in STEM," volunteering initiatives with Lockheed's African American Council for Excellence employee resource group, and recruiting at HBCUs and minority STEM events.