Webinar 1: November 17th 2020
Nadia Temacini has a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Chemical Engineering from the University of Ottawa. She completed co-op placements in the pulp and paper industry, oil and gas, and energy conservation research. She currently works as a Market Coordinator in the Renewable Generation division at Ontario Power Generation and is pursuing her Professional Engineer license with the Professional Engineers of Ontario.
Delanie Wall is a Business Analyst within Deloitte’s consulting practice in their Technology Strategy & Transformation service line. She graduated from the Paul J. Hill School of Business at the University of Regina in 2019 with a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in entrepreneurship. She has always had a passion for business processes and was eager to join an industry that was leading technology transformation.
Margret Lo is a third-year student at Queen’s University working on a major in Psychology and a minor in Biology. She is a research assistant with the Culture and Cognition Lab run by Dr. Li-Jun Ji, Co-Director for TEDxQueensU. She is also a research student working on the improvement of surgery quality under the tutelage of Dr. Teodor Grantcharov at St. Michael’s Hospital.
Webinar 2: November 21st 2020
Diana Urrego has over 10 years of engineering experience. She has worked in the nuclear industry for 5 years and is an Engineering Section Manager with Ontario Power Generation. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Control Engineering and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Diana graduated from the University of Toronto in the Licensing International Engineering into the Profession program and completed a Graduate Diploma in Design Nuclear Engineering at Ontario Tech University.
Yuval Gutman is studying Financial Analysis and Risk Management with a minor in Statistics at the University of Waterloo. She served as Co-President of the Financial Analysis and Risk Management Student Association and is currently a Research Analyst. Yuval did a co-op term at Deloitte in their Risk Advisory practice and will be working in Private Equity and Investment Banking for her next co-op. She is passionate about mentoring young women and encouraging them to enter STEM.
Holly Clayton graduated from the University of Alberta with a degree in Environmental Engineering and moved to Ontario to join the Water and Wastewater team at an engineering consulting firm. Currently, she is a Project Engineer at Nevada Gold Mines. She understands the important role women play within the engineering industry and the unique challenges they face. She has a passion for encouraging women to enter and succeed in the field of engineering.