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Stanford Women in Technology (Stanford WIT) is a community of women, non-binary people, and allies with a mission to advance representation, engagement, and support for women in technology roles at Stanford.
Dr. Sheri Sheppard spoke at the quarterly Women@SLAC Employee Resource Group meeting on October 9th. She involved attendees in an interactive meeting related to career paths and the field of engineering specifically; however, lessons learned from her research have implications beyond engineering. This is an especially poignant talk if you are a member of an underrepresented group or support someone who is.
The Women ERG participated in the "Coffee on the Quad" event on Thursday June 13th 2019. The event was a wonderful opportunity for community building and SLAC employees to become familiar with the various ERG group.
In addition to coffee, bagels and fun games, employees were invited to network with their colleagues and meet ERG representatives to learn more about each group.
Diversity and inclusion is a top priority at SLAC. Deepening the culture of inclusivity will ensure that the richness of different backgrounds and perspectives join to create an environment of engagement and respect, as well as innovative thinking, decision-making and practices.
CORE would like to welcome our new SLAC executive sponsor, LCLS Director Mike Dunne. Mike succeeds our previous executive sponsor, SLAC CFO Suzanne Davidson. We'd like to thank Suzanne for her tremendous leadership and support over the past two years in helping CORE run its two tentpole events, the Greene Scholars Program Summer Science Institute and the Multicultural Food Festival. Thank you Suzanne!
Former SLAC employee relations manager Al Ashley was profiled in a Q&A, highlighting his award-winning efforts at cultivating STEM diversity at SLAC and elsewhere. There's even a cameo by our own Dorian Bohler, a former intern under the Alonzo W. Ashley Internship Program:
The members of C.O.R.E. would like to send our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to Sean Kalsi, who is leaving SLAC to pursue a career in data analytics. Sean has been a valued C.O.R.E. member and was instrumental in bringing the Greene Scholars Program Summer Science Institute to SLAC two years ago. The GSP Summer Science Institute provides a STEM outreach program at the lab to local students. We wish you the best in your future endeavors, Sean!