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Experience success on your own termsWhen you join SWE you connect with a professional network of 27,000 enthusiastic, like-minded women engineers as well as professional development resources that members consistently rate as "excellent."

New Member Rates

Collegiate » $20/year
Professional » $120*
*Based upon professional membership type.

Leadership

SWE Leadership is the backbone of our diverse, thriving organization. These dedicated women come from a variety of backgrounds, technological disciplines and industries to share their expertise and guidance, and most importantly, their passion to uphold the Society’s mission.

Leadership

Senate Deputy Speaker Ex-Officio
Region Elected Senators Profesional/Collegiate
Senate Committee/ Task Force
Senate Secretary

Chair
Treasurer
Secretary
Trustees

Director of Regions
Deputy Director of Regions

MAL President
MAL Officers
MAL Reps

Volunteer

FY16 chair and coordinator positions have been filled.

Apply to join a committee or volunteer to judge SWE scholarshipsReview the Committee Descriptions.

FY16 SWE Committees

Committees Chair
Audit Lindsey Roberts McKenzie
Awards & Recognition Katie Amelio
Bylaws Norma-Ester Medina
Curriculum Stephanie Salas-Snyder
Ethics Marie Laplante
Finance Stephanie Gillespie
Government Relations & Public Policy Jan Williams
Leadership Coaching Faith Chu
Membership Lisa Schmalhurst
Nominating Cheryl Manning
Outreach Jessica Jennings
Program Development Grants Mary Isaac
Senate Strategic Initiative Oilvia LeBlanc
Strategic Planning Jacquelyn Nagel
Teller Sandra Hyland
Women in Academia Diane Peters

 

Boards & Councils Chair
Senate  Amy Jo Moore
Conference Advisory Board Marcella Vaicik
Corporate Partnership Council James Cotton and Janie Robinson
Editorial Board Jane Daniels

 

Coordinators Name of Coordinator
New Collegiate Section / Group Coordinator Mary Barker Steblein
Counselor / Faculty Advisor Coordinator Carmen M. Boelte
Graduate Member Coordinator Katherine Brumbaugh Gamble
New Professional Section Coordinator Claire Shortall
Scholarship Coordinator Amanda Weissman
SWE Future Leaders Coordinator Nicole Woon
SWE Rep to ABET Board Lorraine Herger

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