Vanderspiegel champions SWE inclusion efforts

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On November 29, 2018

Natalie Vanderspiegel, CerE’02, MS EMgt’04, MS CerE’04, a past Miner Alumni Association awardee, director of diversity and inclusion for the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and an employee of electricity generation company Solar Turbines, was featured in SWE’s August edition of its “Live Out Loud” blog, a monthly post about practicing intentional inclusion

In her post, Vanderspiegel tells how she came to the realization that she still considers herself a student. Especially when it comes to using the ideas behind diversity and inclusion to explore better ways to reach common goals through empathy and commitment to seek to understand diverse perspectives.

She says that SWE members are all students of intentional inclusion and that “the diversity and inclusion journey is one that never ends.”

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On November 29, 2018. Posted in Beyond the Puck, Class Notes, Fall/Winter 2018

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