Arrow Electronics Engineer Highlighted in Minority Engineer Magazine
Featuring several rising stars in the engineering and technology industry across the United States, Minority Engineer magazine has spotlighted Arrow Electronics’ Victoria Bohannon-Pea.
The magazine, which highlights career strategies for readers to assimilate into a diversified job marketplace, featured several up-and-coming engineers across the nation in its cover story, “Connecting Tech: Networking, Telecom and Fiber Optics Offer a Host of Opportunities for Engineers.” As a guide for those wanting to follow in their footsteps, the magazine asked each to provide the advice and wisdom they’ve received along the way.
For Arrow’s associate applications engineer Bohannon-Pea, her strongest piece of advice is, “There are no bad questions.”
As a child, Bohannon-Pea recalls simply wanting to learn how to fix things. She successfully parlayed that curiosity into a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering at Colorado State University, and subsequently a career at Arrow.
Arrow’s employees are a community of designers, engineers, builders and visionaries who navigate the path between possibility and practicality, across the lifecycle of electronics. Individuals like Bohannon-Pea embody this.
The full article, including Bohannon-Pea’s profile on page 20, is available here.
About Arrow Electronics
Arrow Electronics is a global provider of products, services and solutions to industrial and commercial users of electronic components and enterprise computing solutions. Arrow serves as a supply channel partner for more than 150,000 original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers and commercial customers through a global network. The company maintains over 300 sales facilities and 45 distribution and value-added centers, serving over 80 countries.