Hi, my name is Ash and I am obsessed with engineering impact!
I am an Engineer (read: nerd + problem solver)
I am a Leader (read: pragmatic, visionary who knows how to serve and influence others)
I am a Mom (read: works well under pressure & practices negotiation on the daily)
I am a Wife (read: skilled at conflict resolution)
But most importantly (to you)…
I am also someone who knows how to get the absolute best results in the shortest possible time using proven methods. (read: practical, fluff-free guidance only)
So what does that mean for you?
You will get the best practical, fluff-free career and leadership advice for engineers. You and I are busy, so I’m not going to waste your time with filler or things that don’t work.
Eager to grow as a leader and engineer, but tired of sleep inducing HR-driven training programs?
Wanting to improve the reliability of your plant, but just can’t seem get the buy-in you need?
Frustrated that your opportunities are not matching your ambition?
Ready to take your engineering career to the next level, but not sure how to do it?
Tired of sifting through the theoretical, mumbo-jumbo for one tiny nugget of useful information?
If so, stick around! I’ll share my best, most impactful tips to help you improve your professional and leadership skills without all that mumbo-jumbo.
As a first generation college graduate and chemical engineer, I set out in the corporate world to make a significant, positive impact. What I discovered is it was my natural strengths as a leader, not my highly developed technical skills, that set me apart and skyrocketed my career.
Within 5 years, I went from being a clueless co-op to leading a team of engineering subject matter experts focused on equipment reliability at a Fortune 500 company….all because I know how to apply technical AND leadership skills to get engineering expertise implemented.
Now, I teach engineers how to improve their impact through professional and leadership development.
My engineering leadership guidance has been featured in Inc., Fast Company, Women’s Health, Career / Diversity Magazine and a few other awesome places on the internet.
I’ve also had the pleasure of being a guest speaker at University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, Electric Power Research Institute International Conference, and Young Women LEAD Conference.
Ash is the author of the Engineering Leadership article series.
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