Keysight at WE17

Keysight places high value on the development and advancement of our employees. This was exemplified by the 74 Keysight engineers, managers and other professionals from seven different countries that attended last year’s Society of Women Engineers Annual Conference, WE17. They joined more than 14,000 attendees from 26 countries.

Before participating in the various WE17 workshops, panels or keynotes, the Keysight delegation spent a day together forging relationships with people from different parts of the company. Each of Keysight’s major business groups were represented and there was diversity in job function, years of experience and cultural background.

Keysight Panels, Presentations and Awards

  • Keysight worldwide sales, support and services manager for Keysight’s software business Liz Ruetsch won the SWE global leadership award, which recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding contribution in the field of engineering or technical management in an international setting.
  • Keysight R&D engineer Monica Harrison presented a workshop: Crafting a Professional Social Media Presence, and organized and participated in a panel discussion with Raytheon, Cummins, Caterpillar and GM: Doing business, promoting diversity and creating a culture on social media
  • Keysight worldwide university program director Erica Messinger presented a workshop: Mentors, Coaches and Sponsors. How to find them. How to keep them.
  • Keysight mechanical R&D engineer Kim Bishop presented a lightning talk: Reflections on the United State of Women Summit, and a workshop: How do film, television, and other media influence girls to pursue STEM?
  • Keysight support engineer supervisor Tse Tse Teh presented a lightning talk: Are you a giver or taker at the workplace?
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