Tag: women in STEM

An Indirect Career Path Leads to Success

By: Cindy House, director of global design engineering operations   While my background may seem disconnected at first glance, the different positions I held all complemented each other here at Jabil. I started my career in computer science… Read More

Ignore Assumptions and Persevere

Globally, only 15.6% of engineering students are females (Catalyst, 2018), and just under one-third of those employed in the research and development (R&D) field around the world are women (Catalyst, 2016). However, Núria Gauxachs is defying those odds… Read More

Tiszaújváros’ Power Forum: A Space to Inspire

Last week, Jabil Joules representing sites across Europe and including Israel, came together at Jabil Tiszaújváros to promote a dialogue around diversity and inclusion, exchanging ideas and sharing personal experiences. This was Jabil’s third Regional Power Forum in 2018, following ones in Mexico and the United… Read More

Intertwining Engineering and Manufacturing

  By: April Butterfield, Vice President of Technology   Going into college, I knew I wanted to pursue an engineering degree, and from there, I went into the area of mobility – mobile phones and the infrastructures that… Read More

Jabil Leader and Former Girl Scout, Alma Brings Math to Manufacturing

For Director of Mergers and Acquisitions Finance Integration, Alma Letona, mathematics has always been one of her strengths. Alma attended a middle school with a science and technology magnet program, where she found her passion for studying math… Read More