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Kiki Discovers the World of Environmental Science

For Women’s History Month, an environmental scientist helps a sixth-grader see careers in STEM
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This is part of a series for Women’s History Month where female students met with women who work at Duke Energy to tour each employee’s workplace and learn about careers in the energy industry. By showing the girls careers they were unaware of, we hope to inspire them to cast aside gender roles and set their own path.

Five Ways to Find STEM Success: An Interview with Nici Bush, General Manager of Mars Symbioscience

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1. What do you like best about the STEM field?

As a women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), I love the way you can work in a lab or sit in a small pilot plant but work on something that has a ripple effect so big it goes out to affect a lot of people. A scientific or technical breakthrough can create a better future for people… how’s that for a nice sense of purpose?

2. Why is it important to support women in STEM?

Domtar Vice President of Human Resources Named to the Women in Manufacturing Board of Directors

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Domtar congratulates Vice President of Human Resources Lisa Yankie for being named to the Women in Manufacturing Board of Directors. This is the only association dedicated to supporting, promoting, and inspiring women in manufacturing.

Learn more about the Women in Manufacturing association here.

Teck Celebrates the Many Strengths Women Bring to the World

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Always asking questions? It’s a strength we value at Teck. Don’t ever change.

We recognize that our diversity—the many different and unique things we individually and collectively bring to work each day—contributes to building a stronger workforce and makes Teck a better company. As such, we consciously work to create an environment that respects and values the diversity of the people and communities around us.

Gender Equality is Not Just a Women’s Issue

by Laura Amaya, Clare Schroder, Sandra Medrano and Alexandra Geertz
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In the pursuit of achieving gender equality, the focus has often been on women: how to remove barriers for the inclusion of women, how to empower women, how to ensure that women gain access to health, economic, educational, and other opportunities. Since inequities are often created by unequal power dynamics between men and women, efforts that shift these dynamics, encourage behavior change, and engage men and boys as allies, are central to making progress on Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls.

Fly Women: An Interview with JetBlue's Latoya Stacey Johnson

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For Women’s History Month, JetBlue and the JetBlue Foundation are teaming up to profile some of the airline’s amazing female crewmembers with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) backgrounds who are leaving their mark on the industry. In this spotlight, we are highlighting Latoya Stacey Johnson, Analyst Strategic Planning.

Fly Women: An Interview with JetBlue's Camila Turrieta

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For Women’s History Month, JetBlue and the JetBlue Foundation are teaming up to profile some of the airline’s amazing female crewmembers with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) backgrounds who are leaving their mark on the industry. In this spotlight, we are highlighting Camila Turrieta, First Officer A320.

Fly Women: An Interview with JetBlue's Tamar Ehrenreich

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For Women’s History Month, JetBlue and the JetBlue Foundation are teaming up to profile some of the airline’s amazing female crewmembers with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) backgrounds who are leaving their mark on the industry. In this spotlight, we are highlighting Tamar Ehrenreich, Developer Front End.

Sharene Pierce Helps Keep the Grid Running

For Women’s History Month, she gives this student a behind-the-scenes look at her job
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This is the first in a series for Women’s History Month where female students met with women who work at Duke Energy to tour each employee’s workplace and learn about careers in the energy industry. By showing the girls careers they were unaware of, we hope to inspire them to cast aside gender roles and set their own path.

Eighth-grader Nina Cancro walked into Duke Energy’s Distribution Control Center not sure what to expect. That’s understandable because people rarely see this side of energy delivery, but Sharene Pierce was ready to give her a tour.

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