LR1, 1st Floor, Thom Building, Parks Road, Oxford
Friday 24 May 2019 12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
Lunch provided *Please contact us if you have accessibility requirements*
These seminars deliver an opportunity to hear from engineers who have taken different career paths inside and outside academia. They provide an insight into different paths taken, the challenges, the highlights and lessons learned in developing a career in engineering.
We are pleased to welcome Danielle Mulick as our speaker in May. Danielle achieved a BSc hons 1st class in Forensic Science at Liverpool John Moores University, along with a Forensic Pathology and Science Certification from the Mina Minovici Institute of Forensic Pathology Bucharest. Since moving into the engineering industry, where her current role is that of Quality Manager and Certification Engineer at Oxford Flow, she has studied for several quality qualifications including Internal Auditor and Lead Auditor. In order to achieve what she has to date, Danielle has had to overcome adversity in order to gain her position as a woman in STEM.
'Engineering a flexible career'
Danielle will be detailing during her visit how she overcame difficulties, such as coming from a disadvantaged background and surviving domestic violence. Along with the incident that led to her returning to education as a mature student, becoming a mother during her studies, and how she managed the demands of her career, studying and motherhood, in order to become a successful woman within science and engineering. We hope you will join us to hear from an inspiring speaker, enjoy some lunch and take advantage of the opportunity to network with your peers.