International Women in Engineering Day is celebrated across the globe June 23 to raise awareness about the women pursuing engineering and transforming the world with their achievements. NETL is proud to recognize its women engineers who work to address the nation’s critical energy needs.
A few of the many women engineers at work in NETL labs, their specialties, and their views on the work they do include:
Djuna Gulliver, Ph.D. — NETL Research Scientist
Patcharin (Rin) Burke, Ph.D. — NETL Technical Project Coordinator (TPC) and Federal Project Manager, Technical Development and Integration Center’s Hydrogen and Carbon Management (HCM) Team.
Qingnan (Nancy) Yao — Technical Project Officer
Heather Dougherty, Ph.D. — Federal Project Manager
Zineb Belarbi, Ph.D. — Corrosion and Materials Scientist, LRST contractor
Madison Wenzlick — Research Mechanical Engineer (Battelle/LRST supporting NETL)
Sydney Hughes — Senior Chemical Engineer, Process and Cost Engineering Team
Ping Wang — Principal investigator on numerous projects on waste gasification and adsorption, removing contaminants in water.