June 6, 2021

Rising Up and Succeeding on Your Own Terms, A Conversation with Stephanie Slocum, Author + Founder EngineersRising

Rising Up and Succeeding on Your Own Terms, A Conversation with Stephanie Slocum, Author + Founder EngineersRising

“The fear of taking that first step isn’t going to go away, but if you can feel it and say I’m going to take that first step forward into that uncomfortable zone; I may not know what’s going to happen, but I’m still going to do it anyway.”


Stephanie Slocum is a straight-talking, down-to-earth engineer, author of the Amazon.com bestseller She Engineers, online entrepreneur, speaker, and mom of three. 

Having worked for 15 years rising up the engineering ranks, Stephanie wants every young woman to know that yes, you can have an engineering career and a family. We don't have to settle. Stephanie will be the first to tell you, there are many things she's learned the hard way - from dealing with bias to what happens when you don't have a career plan - that she now shares with us so we don't make the same mistakes she did. #mentorship!

I invite you to Have a Seat with Stephanie and hear how she now has the best job in the world empowering other women to rock their careers in male-dominated fields.

Connect with Stephanie:
Website address: www.engineersrising.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanieslocumpe/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephtheengineer/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/stephslocum

Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/engineersrising/

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Stephanie Slocum

Founder, Engineer Rising

Stephanie Slocum is a straight-talking, down-to-earth engineer, author of the Amazon.com bestseller She Engineers, online entrepreneur, speaker, and mom of three. She worked as an engineer for 15 years before "retiring" to start her own business in 2018, where she now has the best job in the world empowering other women to rock their careers in male-dominated fields.