Dr. Pamela McCauley delivers a passionate conversation on the criticality of women in STEM, inspiring and educating participants on leadership and innovation principles and how to successfully implement these crucially important characteristics for corporate, academic and entrepreneurial success.
Webinar participants will leave this event understanding what it means for them to “walk the talk,” going beyond “leaning in,” to begin real personal change across the board - immediately.
Her recently published book, Transforming Your STEM Career Through Leadership and Innovation: Inspiration for Strategies for Women (ELSEVIER Academic Press), is the research-based foundation for this webinar and a must-have guide for anyone wishing or needing to develop leadership skills.
Dr. McCauley includes a series of encouraging, humorous and empowering examples and guidelines designed to support the leader as she develops and excels in corporation, institutional, government, and community settings.
About the Presenter:
Dr. McCauley is a nationally recognized speaker, entrepreneur, author and full professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the University of Central Florida where she leads the Human Factors in Disaster Management Research Team. She previously held the position of Martin Luther King, Jr. Visiting Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. McCauley is a full professor of engineering which, according to the National Science Foundation, makes her one of only a handful of African American women in the nation to hold this distinction.
Dr. McCauley was awarded the prestigious Black Engineer of the Year Educational Leadership Award in 2015. Her research focus includes human factors in disaster management, evaluation and development of artificial intelligence models using fuzzy set theory, human factors model development, and the human impact in information security.