Tag: women in technology

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

Two Unique Careers Bridged by the “M” in STEM

  By: Stephanie Barker, Director of Information Technology   Much like what Ali Ishaq spoke to last week on the blog, my career path to Jabil also was not direct, as my previous work life was in Tampa’s… Read More

From Around the Web: Women Leading Tech

Like it or not, leadership positions in the technology industry have traditionally been dominated by men. In order for companies to start integrating more women into leadership roles and opening broader opportunities for women, companies must integrate a… Read More

Jabil Joules Lunch and Learn Showcases Nypro Consumer Health and Wearables

Nypro Consumer Health and Wearables sector was the topic of discussion at a recent Jabil Joules Lunch and Learn. Les Pawlek and Vitalii Kartashov, who recently joined the Nypro Healthcare division as they are expanding into an exciting combination of wearables and healthcare products, presented to more than… Read More

From Around the Web: Emerging Technology is Empowering the Professional Lives of Women

Jabil Joules is committed to encouraging networking and fostering the discussion regarding gender diversity, in order to increase the number of women in leadership roles. With new technology constantly emerging and enhancing, the resources needed for women to empower their professional careers are becoming increasingly accessible. An article published in the Harvard Business Review addresses how… Read More