Episode 108: Jasmine Shaw P.Eng, Entrepreneur, and Changemaker
Jasmine Shaw, P.Eng is joining us to talk about mentoring, coaching, engineering, and...drones? Yes, drones! Hear about the cool work she's doing in the Aerospace realm with Amazon and their Prime Air program. Plus, Jasmine talks about the other cool project she's worked on: the Ontario Sick Day Relief Project, which raised over $60,000 in paid sick days for Ontario’s essential workers through the third wave of COVID-19.
(Please excuse any audio hiccups in this remotely recorded interview.)
Guest: Jasmine Shaw, P.Eng (Instagram)
Jasmine Shaw is a professional engineer, entrepreneur, and changemaker. She has over 5 years experience of systems engineering and project management in the aerospace industry. Her journey to transform STEM began nearly 10 years ago during her undergraduate degree at Carleton University where she implemented a local youth outreach program, and has since grown to include a business that helps women in STEM achieve their full career potential. She is a passionate community builder and has served on the Board of Directors of the Society of Women Engineers - Ottawa chapter; mentors young women through Carleton University and Technovation; created a national ecosystem of STEM organizations; and founded the Ontario Sick Day Relief Project, which raised over $60,000 in paid sick days for Ontario’s essential workers through the third wave of COVID-19.
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