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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Diversity in Engineering: Managing the Workforce of the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10377.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Diversity in Engineering: Managing the Workforce of the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10377.
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Appendix A Workshop Participants

Arnold Allemang

Vice President, Operations

Dow Chemical Company

Daniel E. Arvizu

Group Vice President

CH2M HILL

Ray Beebe

Consultant

Sandra Begay-Campbell

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Senior Member of the Technical Staff

Sandia National Laboratories

Lara Black

Human Resources Manager

TRW Systems

Mike Bober

Recruitment Coordinator

ExxonMobil Corporation

Suzanne Brainard

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Director, Center for Workforce Development

University of Washington

Mary Cleave

Deputy Associate Administrator

NASA Office of Earth Sciences

Toni Clewell

Principal Research Associate

Urban Institute

Richard P. Cowie

Vice President, Human Resources

Consolidated Edison

Jose Cruz

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Howard D. Winbigler Chair in Engineering

Ohio State University

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Diversity in Engineering: Managing the Workforce of the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10377.
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Lance Davis

Executive Director

National Academy of Engineering

Nicholas Donofrio

Senior Vice President, Technology and Manufacturing

IBM Corporation

Gary Downey

Center for Science and Technology Studies

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Arline Easley

Economist

U.S. Department of Labor

Jose Font

Operations Senior Manager

The Boeing Company

Janie Fouke

Dean, College of Engineering

Michigan State University

Lenny Fraser

Diversity Consultant

Career Communications Group, Inc.

William Friend

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Executive Vice President (retired)

Bechtel Group, Inc.

Janet M. Graham

Training and Development Specialist

DuPont Human Resources

Domenico Grasso

Founding Chair, Picker Engineering Program

Smith College

Lisa Gutierrez

Diversity Director

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Orlando A. Gutierrez

Consortium Chair

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Joel Harmon

Manager of Diversity and Work/Family

Shell Chemical LP

Margaret Harvey

Diversity, EEO & AA Services

Sandia National Laboratories

Theopolis Holeman

Senior Vice President, Transmission and Engineering

Duke Energy Gas Transmission

Dundee Holt

Vice President, Public Information

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering

Rachel Ivie

Senior Research Associate

American Institute of Physics

J.J. Jackson

Executive Assistant to the President

Babson College

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Diversity in Engineering: Managing the Workforce of the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10377.
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Brenda Jackson

Executive Vice President, Business Services

Texas Utilities

James Johnson

Dean, School of Engineering

Howard University

Arnold Kee

Coordinator of Minority Services

American Association of Community Colleges

Sarah Ann Kerr

Investment Engineer

DuPont Engineering

Klod Kokini

Assistant Dean of Engineering

Purdue University

Ralph Larson

Staff Vice President

3M Engineering

Cathy Lasser

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Vice President, B2B Initiatives

IBM Corporation

Corinna E. Lathan

Special Projects Advisor

FIRST Robotics Competition

President and CEO, AnthroTronix

Peggy Layne

Staff Officer

National Academy of Engineering

Michele Lezama

Executive Director

National Society of Black Engineers

Mary C. Mattis

Vice President

Research and Advisory Services

Catalyst

Raymond G. Mellado

Chairman and CEO

Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation

Rodney Nathan

Global Diversity Manager

Duke Energy

Lisa Nungesser

Senior Vice President

Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglass

James J. Padilla

Group Vice President, Ford North America

Ford Motor Company

Kimberly Patterson

Senior Vice President of Human Resources

BE&K

Willie Pearson, Jr.

Professor and Chair, School of History, Technology and Society

Georgia Institute of Technology

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Diversity in Engineering: Managing the Workforce of the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10377.
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Carrie Phillips

Governmental Relations Manager

Southern Nuclear Operating Company

Karl Pister

Chancellor Emeritus

UC Santa Cruz

David M. Porter, Jr.

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Assistant Professor, Human Resources and Organizational Behavior

UCLA

Frank Quevedo

Vice President, Equal Opportunity

Southern California Edison

Cordell Reed

(Chair, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Senior Vice President (retired)

Commonwealth Edison Company

James Rosser

President

California State University, Los Angeles

Helmut Schuster

Human Resources Manager, Global Refining

British Petroleum

Tyra Simpkins

Diversity Consultant

Career Communications Group, Inc.

Robert Spitzer

Vice President, Technical Affiliations

The Boeing Company

Susan Staffin Metz

Executive Director, The Lore-El Center for Women in Engineering and Science

Stevens Institute of Technology

Joan Straumanis

Program Officer

U.S. Department of Education

Richard Taber

Corporate/Foundation Relations Consultant

National Science Foundation

Tyrone D. Taborn

CEO

Career Communications

Richard Tapia

Noah Harding Professor of Computational and Applied Mathematics

Rice University

Iwona Turlik

Corporate Vice President and Director

Motorola Advanced Technology Center

Dale Von Haase

Director, Aerospace Sciences

Lockheed Martin

Wanda E. Ward

Chief Advisor to the BEST Initiative

Council on Competitiveness

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A Workshop Participants." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Diversity in Engineering: Managing the Workforce of the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10377.
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Ming-Ying Wei

Earth Science Education Program Manager

NASA Headquarters

James West

(Member, NAE Committee on Diversity)

Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff and Fellow

Bell Laboratories

Lucent Technologies

Kurt Wiese

Downstream Human Resources Manager

ExxonMobil Corporation

Thomas S. Williamson, Jr.

Partner

Covington & Burling

Shelley A.M. Wolff

President

Society of Women Engineers

HNTB Corporation

Jeff Wright

Dean of Engineering

University of California Merced

Wm. A. Wulf

President

National Academy of Engineering

Linda Young

Senior Human Resources Manager, Policy, Diversity, Retention, Employee Relations and Compliance

TRW Systems

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This report contains fifteen presentations from a workshop on best practices in managing diversity, hosted by the NAE Committee on Diversity in the Engineering Workforce on October 29-30, 2001. NAE (National Academy of Engineering) president William Wulf, IBM vice-president Nicholas Donofrio, and Ford vice-president James Padilla address the business case for diversity, and representatives of leading engineering employers discuss how to increase the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women and underrepresented minorities in engineering careers. Other speakers focus on mentoring, globalization, affirmative action backlash, and dealing with lawsuits. Corporate engineering and human resources managers attended the workshop and discussed diversity issues faced by corporations that employ engineers. Summaries of the discussions are also included in the report.

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