2007 women's seminar: My life's crossroad
Sheri Sheppard, Ph.D.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford Unversity and Advisor to the ME Women's Group
Title: "Where We Are and Where We Want To Be"
Leslie Field, Ph.D.
Founder of SmallTech Consulting, LLC and Consulting Professor at Stanford University
Title: "Mommy, will you be my Nanny? The work/life balance with children"
Brenna Hearn, MS
R&D Engineer, Abbott Vascular
Title: "When you see a fork in the road..."
Carla Boragno, BS
Senior Director, Project Engineering, Genentech
Title: "The power of choice"
Evelyn Wang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, MIT
Title: "Choice and serendipity"
Marianne Wu, Ph.D.
Partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures (MDV), Venture Capital Management
Title: "Applying the Random Walk"
Alison Marsden, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, ME, Stanford
Ellen Kuhl, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, ME, Stanford
Madeline Gerdes, MS, Stay at home Mom
A look at how family and boundaries have factored into the crossroads faced by smart, technically-educated women
Artie Bienenstock, Ph.D.
Special Assistant to the President for Federal Research Policy, Stanford University
Title: " A Quite Crooked Path"
Azadeh Tabazadeh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geophysics, Stanford University
Title: "Cultures at Crossroads"
Borjana Mikic, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Engineering, Smith College
Title: "Navigating the Crossroads: Questions of Identity"