Allison is a Nondestructive Inspection Engineer in the Composite Aircraft Manufacturing industry. Allison has been a member of SWE since she was a student at Iowa State University where she received her degree in Aerospace Engineering. She has held several section leadership positions in the Wichita Area Professional Section and Region i. Allison received the SWE Distinguished New Engineer Award in 2016. She lives with her husband, Alex, an Electrical Engineer, their five-year-old son, and various numbers of foster kitties!
I moved to the Bay Area to work at Lockheed Martin as a Systems Engineer. I have been a member of the Member Services Committee helping to plan some of the SWE SCV social events. During my time in collegiate SWE at the University of Utah, I was involved with the Outreach Committee and became the Vice President of Outreach FY2016. During the FY2017 school year, I was the Mechanical Engineer Representative and a senior SWE member that helped with planning and event setup of numerous events throughout the year. I am looking forward to continuing to expand the section and recruit other members through socials and events.
Sarah is an Engineering Supervisor at Air Systems, Inc. Sarah has been a member of SWE-SCV for four years since she moved to San Jose. She graduated from Cal Poly SLO with a Mechanical Engineering Degree focusing on Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC). She's also an active member in ASHRAE and SMACNA.
Lucy works as a Test Engineer at an energy startup in Menlo Park (Mainspring Energy). She grew up in Portland, Oregon and attended Harvey Mudd College for undergrad where she became very involved with SWE and outreach. She recently finished her Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University where she helped grow and establish the Graduate SWE chapter as well as the Mechanical Engineering Women’s Group.
Ceal worked in high tech for 35 plus years in senior management roles (Program Management & Manufacturing), beginning with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University, and then a MSE in ME from CalState Fullerton. Later in life, she earned a PhD in Education from Walden University studying the influence of FIRST robotics on young women's career decisions. She was active in SWE from college until the late 1990s, taking a break, and then reengaging almost 10 years ago. A SWE Fellow (2017), she has held section roles (LA/Orange County, Texas, and Santa Clara Valley), Region roles, and national committee chair positions. She is active in several not-for-profit organizations as an officer and BOD member. Married 47 years to a fellow Buckeye engineer, they have five cats and 27-year old bird.