Women in Engineering
The GE Engineering Design Center (EDC) has been working hard to get more women to work at the center and to help them in their development as part of its diversity efforts. Today out of the 1300 engineers working in the design center for various GE businesses, 174 (13%) are women. “If you like math (…) you’re curious, if you like to study sciences and figure out how things in real world work and how to make them work better, then I’d say a technical career is the right thing for you,” says a global technology leader, Jeanne Rosario, Vice President, GE Aviation Engineering in the following video. She introduces female talents and also talks about GE’s unique organization, the GE Women’s Network, that has a cross business hub in Poland as well.