Young Professionals and AIChE

Originally delivered Mar 27, 2014
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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Whether you are a recent graduate looking to get involved or your AIChE communities are struggling without new interest, you will appreciate the practical advice and insight for and about Young Professionals.  As chair of the Young Professionals Committee (YPC) in AIChE, Elizabeth will discuss the importance of YPC in AIChE, YPC activities, and potential for collaboration with other AIChE communities.  She will also discuss how recent graduates and new AIChE members can get involved in the Institute through YPC, and tips for AIChE communities looking to increase their membership with YPs.

Presenter(s): 

Elizabeth Guenther

Elizabeth Guenther is a Senior Industrial Engineer at OSRAM Sylvania with responsibility for processes and projects at its Eastern Distribution Center. She is this year’s AIChE Young Professionals Committee (YPC) Chair and YPC liaison to the Career and Education Operating Council.

Prior to joining OSRAM Sylvania, Elizabeth worked in other non-chemical fields as a Lean Manufacturing Engineer at Mack Trucks, Inc and an Operations Engineer at Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.  Prior to holding the position of Chair in YPC, Elizabeth held the positions of Vice Chair and Publications...Read more

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