Each second Wednesday of the month, DiscoverE's Persist Series virtually connects thousands of women around the world for uplifting conversation to help them persevere and thrive in their engineering and tech careers.
Episode One: Work Place Norms That Work
February 10 at 2:00 PM ET: Register here.
We hear all the time about women in STEM feeling out of place and undervalued, but what does a truly inclusive work culture look like? Join a thriving, women-led engineering team to discuss how we can find success in our current work culture AND be an agent of change.
Episode Two: Abi Babajide-Ferguson (Shell Deepwater)
March 10 at 2:00 PM ET: Register here.
Abi is a business performance lead in the male dominated profession of oil and gas. She’s worked in both technical and managerial roles both in the US and abroad and is committed to helping women look outside the box to find fulfillment and flexibility in their career progression.
Speaker: Abi Babajide-Ferguson (Shell Deepwater)
On Demand: Why Stay?
Air Date: March 11, 2020. Watch On Demand.
Many studies have looked at the obstacles women and girls face in engineering and technology and reasons they leave, ranging from pay disparities to harassment. Our speakers took a different perspective: Why do they stay?
On Demand: Believe, Do, Succeed
Air Date: March 18, 2020. Watch On Demand.
Asserting a strong belief in your ideas, skills, and contributions can strengthen your resolve to persevere through challenges. In this episode, speakers shared stoires and strategies to build career confidence and respond to criticism and skepticism.
On Demand: Breaking The Rules
Air Date: March 25, 2020. Watch On Demand.
Some rules need to be broken. In this episode, speakers shared how they're breaking old rules and building new dynamics to shape a more inclusive and welcoming profession.
On Demand: From Obstacles To Inspiration
On Demand: Better Together
Air Date: April 8, 2020. Watch On Demand.
Belonging is fundamental to our fulfillment and well-being. In this episode, speakers discussed how they've built support networks and found their community and sense of belonging in their career.