Our engineers dream, design and develop the technologies that make life better. And recently, f our of our best and brightest women engineers were recognized by t he Manufacturing Institute for exemplifying leadership in the manufacturing industry.
The engineers – from Pratt & Whitney and UTC Aerospace Systems – are among 130 winners of the Manufacturing Institute’s 2018 Step Ahead Awards .
“I am incredibly proud to have Jacquelyn, Angel, Joyel and Melanie as part of our engineering and manufacturing community at UTC,” said Paul Eremenko, Chief Technology Officer, United Technologies. “The accomplishments of these four talented women exemplify our rich roots as a manufacturing company and our determination to be a leader in the next industrial revolution. They should feel rightly proud of this well-deserved recognition.”
Berry and Tibbetts also were recognized as Emerging Leaders for achieving exceptional accomplishments early in their careers.
The honorees will be recognized at the STEP Ahead Awards Ceremony on April 10 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
United Technologies is proud to support the success of women in STEM fields. The UTC Re-Empower Program provides exciting and challenging opportunities for experienced professionals returning to work after a career break. UTC also serves on the Society of Women Engineers CorporatePartnership Council , which supports diversity, outreach and advancement. Learn more about how women lead at UTC.