Top Chemical Engineers on the Importance of Mentors and Staying Relevant

This year's Annual Student Conference featured an executive panel to give students an opportunity to learn more about the various career paths of successful chemical engineers. The panelists talk with AIChE's Michelle Bryner about mentorship as a vehicle for advancement and the skills necessary for students to stay relevant in the future.

The panel was moderatored by AIChE's Michelle Bryner, Lead Engineer, Facilitation Process Manager, and consisted of the following panelists:

  • Ian Moore, Vice President, Silicones, WACKER Chemical Corporation
  • Sheena Reeves, Assistant Professor, Prairie View A&M University
  • Christine Seymour, Director, Global Regulatory Chemistry and Manufacturing Controls, Pfizer Inc., and AIChE President 
  • Gregory Yeo, Chief Engineer, ExxonMobil Chemical Company

Michelle sat down with the panelists to hear their thoughts after the panel, and you can watch the interview above. 

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