SWE Speaks November 2019: A Journey of Successful Women’s Leadership

Wednesday November 13th, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. SWE Speaks will feature Tracy Holmes, P.Eng., President of Jenike & Johanson Ltd, a globally respected Bulk Solids Handling Consulting Engineering firm.

Day & Time: Wednesday November 13th, 2019
5:30 p.m. ‐ 7:50 p.m.

Speaker: Tracy Holmes, P.Eng.
President of Jenike & Johanson Ltd

Organizers: SWE, IEEE Toronto (WIE, Measurement/Instrumentation-Robotics), Computer Science Department of Ryerson University

Location: 245 Church St
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5B 1Z4
Building: George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre
Room Number: ENG 288

Register: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/209036

Contact: Ayda Naserialiabadi

Abstract: Are you looking around for female mentors and leaders to inspire your career? Are you excited to talk to women in engineering about their career paths?

Our next SWE Speaks on November 13th features a Tracy Holmes, P.Eng., President of Jenike & Johanson Ltd, a globally respected Bulk Solids Handling Consulting Engineering firm.

Agenda:

5:30 pm – registration
6:00 pm – speaker and Q&A
7:00 pm – networking
All Engineers, EITs, P.Geo’s, professionals in engineering-related fields (that includes you technicians, software folks, GIS specialists, etc!) and new grads are welcome. We welcome people of all genders and supporters of women in engineering fields.

Come make new connections and renew old ones. SWE Toronto is pleased to be co-hosting the evening with IEEE WIE. SWE Toronto and IEEE Women in Engineering help our members develop and reach their career goals through learning about others’ journeys and connecting our membership together. SWE Toronto’s mission statement is to support and contribute to the continual professional success of women in engineering. IEEE Women in Engineering’s mission statement is to facilitate the recruitment and retention of women in technical disciplines globally.

Biography: Tracy has consulted to a wide spectrum of clients in Canada and overseas. She has published numerous papers and lectures frequently on the storage and flow of bulk solids across Canada. Tracy received her Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from University of Waterloo in Canada.