Spotlight on Women in Mechanical Integrity

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Posted on August 16

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HUVRdata was proud to sponsor the Women In Mechanical Integrity networking event at the API Inspection and Mechanical Integrity Summit on Aug 8, 2022. As part of the effort to lift up the incredibly talented and brilliant women whose work keeps the world's systems safe and effective, we were lucky enough to get to sit down with a few of them to hear their thoughts on a range of topics.

Here's what they had to say:

WIMI-Katelyn Reynolds

Like a lot of us, Katelyn struggles with imposter syndrome. Anyone who listens to her would be surprised because she is clearly a superstar. But we are often our own harshest critics.... Read More

WIMI-Kim Hayes

Kim just got in from taking the red eye home to San Antonio. She needs a shower and a nap, but before she does that, she is going to give us her take on women in mechanical engineering. Because Kim gets it done, whatever “it” happens to be... Read More

WIMI-Leslie Ward

When Leslie started out in O&G—let’s just say times were different. It was not unusual for her to be treated as an admin—not that there’s anything wrong with being an admin, she’s quick to point out, it’s just that she’s not an admin—she’s an engineer... Read More

WIMI-Julia Guimiot

We can all agree there aren’t enough women in programming; this is not a provocative statement, considering only 28.7% of software engineers are women. Julia is practically a case study in why this disparity is a problem for the industry—she blows the whole “women are right brained/men are left brained” trope to smithereens... Read More

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