2019 GTD - Hypertherm Keynote speaker Robin Tindall

Robin Tindall is the  Environment Compliance Officer for Hypertherm International in Hanover, NH.

2019 GTD - UNH Keynote Speaker Sarah jakosit

Sarah graduated from UNH last May with her B.S. in Environmental Engineering but decided to stay to pursue her M.S.  During her time at UNH, Sarah has been involved in the STEMbassadors program, was president of Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honors society, and participated in several university-sponsored research projects. 


 In 2017, Sarah was selected to receive UNH’s Governor Wesley Powell Award for her public service efforts and in 2018 she was chosen as the American Society of Civil Engineers

2018 GTD - Hypertherm Opening Speaker Jenny Levy

Hypertherm Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility, Jenny Levy, welcomes students to the 2018 Girls Technology Day event at Hypertherm's Corporate facility in Hanover, NH.

2018 WIT/GTD Opening Speaker Dr. Susan Huard

Manchester Community College President Dr. Susan Huard welcomes the students to the 2018 Women In Technology / Girls Technology Day event.

2018 WIT/GTD Keynote Speaker Allison Labore

Allison Labore was the 2018 keynote speaker for the Women in Technology/Girls Technology Day event at Manchester Community College in Manchester, NH 

East Coast Metrology and Stem Education

Gary Confalone, a GTD industry partner, interviewed by Quality Digest at CMSC

NH Senator Maggie Hassan

New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan speaks to the students attending the 2017 Girls Technology Day event at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH.  When the Senator was Governor of NH, she formed a STEM task-force that identified a significant gap between women in STEM related fields as compared to men.

women in stem

Women Make Us Better

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The Boeing Company shares contributions and initiatives involving  women employees who are working to make a difference related to women and STEM careers.

Photo credit: The Boeing Company, Chicago, IL.