John Vasko is responsible for AIChE's online community and content. John works with constituents to create compelling content that serves members and visitors to AIChE.org, AIChE.org/ChEnected, Engage.aiche.org and numerous other sites. He specializes in creating content strategies, digital product development, and social media campaigns. He has more than 20 years' experience working and consulting with companies to develop and improve their digital media brands.
Celebrate Pride Month by hearing from some of the LGBTQ+ individuals and allies in our profession. Also, learn more about how you can get involved in AIChE’s initiatives for LGBTQ+ members and allies.
Learn about two online workshops to help you become a better LGBTQ+ ally in your workplace, and learn how you can get more involved as an ally at AIChE.
Learn more about historically Black colleges and universities, the crucial role they play in promoting greater diversity in STEM careers, and more.
AIChE has launched a website to serve as a hub for all efforts supporting our goal of reaching 100% parity in the chemical engineering profession by 2050.
Take the #WhyChemE challenge and share with the world in video form the ways chemical engineering is most important to you.
Meet ally Nemoy Rau and learn about the work he does in venture capital and about his pursuits as the cofounder of a medical device company.
In keeping with this year's theme of increasing the diversity of chemical engineering, we have many events planned to provide the tools needed to help make the profession increasingly diverse in a variety of ways.
Meet Vitor Gazzaneo, a graduate research assistant working in the field of process systems engineering at the University of West Virginia.
Check out the schedule for LGBTQ+ & ally events at the 2020 Annual Meeting and 2020 Annual Student Conference.
Meet Mike, a PhD candidate at Boise State University in the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering.
Meet Elizabeth Haughton, a system engineer at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, and learn about her professional goals, personal pursuits, and coming-out experience.
Meet Shelly, a faculty member at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and learn about her work and her experiences as an LGBTQIA+ chemical engineer.