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New Edition: Are Women in Power Really in Power?

The wait is over! The latest issue of Women in Power Systems magazine, dedicated to championing the presence of women in influential roles within the power systems industry, is finally out. Packed with insightful articles and inspiring stories, this edition is set to redefine the narrative of gender representation in the field. Thanks…

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Up and Coming – Aida Jahangir, Electrical Engineer

Up and Coming is our new column dedicated to highlighting the successes of young women in the power systems industry, be it students or young professionals. My name is Aida Jahangir. I am 33 years old and I am from Iran. I am a master’s degree holder in Electrical Engineering with five years of working…

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Up and Coming – Trinity Stanley, EUSRT Instructor

Richmond Community College Up and Coming is our new column dedicated to highlighting the successes of young women in the power systems industry, be it students or young professionals. My name is Trinity Stanley and I am a woman in power systems! It all started when I was in high school and had no idea…

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Interview with Desarai Mosher

If you choose to continuously learn and grow, well, you’ll naturally find you DO belong in that industry and make your mark. If this is the industry you want to be in, don’t let anything stand in your way… It’s really all about putting in the work, and continuously learning. Desarai Mosher *Despite her recent departure…

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Brazilian Female Coil Winder Proves Gender Does not Matter – Erika Vilma Rodrigues, coil winder at Hitachi Energy in Brazil

Shattering Barriers and Making History Erika is a pioneer woman. When the chance presented itself to work in a predominantly male territory, Erika accepted the challenge, breaking the glass ceiling, and making history as the first female large-sized coil winder at Hitachi Energy in Brazil. Coil winding involves precisely wrapping wire around a core to…

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