Tag: women’s empowerment

Awo Embodies the Spirit of STEM

Born and raised in Accra, Ghana on the coast of West Africa, Awo Brenya moved to the United States to attend college, where she acquired a diverse and complex educational background. Along with dual bachelor’s degrees in computer… Read More

From the Web: Women Cracked Wartime Codes. They Can Fix Tech Today, Too.

  Female coders’ contribution to ending World War II has gone long unappreciated, but Liza Mundy’s Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II brings to the forefront the stories of… Read More

Manufacturing Success at Jabil, One Step at a Time

Beth Walters, Jabil’s Senior Vice President of Communications and Investor Relations, was selected by the Manufacturing Institute as a 2015 Honoree of the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award, recognizing her as a… Read More

Welcome to Jabil Joules

Beth Walters

I’ve been asked how I’ve lasted 20 years at Jabil, in this challenging, driven environment. In short: Energy. It takes commitment, drive and energy to thrive in any situation, but it is especially true in a hard-charging environment… Read More