Honeywell celebrates Hispanic women in tech careers

Honeywell celebrates Hispanic women in tech careers

 January 01, 2020

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Honeywell celebrates diversity across the workplace, encouraging employees to bring their whole selves to work. One way it recently put this into action was through the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Honeywell partnered with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Student Chapter at Georgia Institute of Technology to host a workshop for students entitled, 'Shaping the Future of Your Career'.

SHPE is a student run organization that seeks to empower Hispanics to fulfill their potential and teach other communities about Latin culture, with a focus on advancing the careers of Hispanic STEM students. Throughout the Honeywell workshop, employees talked about embracing their Latin culture in their careers. Lily Bissett, Director of User Experience Design and Diblik Holman, Senior User Experience Designer, shared their experiences of working in a tech environment and the impact their work makes for Honeywell’s Aerospace and Connected Building business groups.

A visit from Emmy award winner, Mariela Romero

Honeywell Mariela Ramona

Honeywell also hosted Emmy award winner, Mariela Romero in its Atlanta, GA headquarters. Mariela is a distinguished and highly recognized journalist who has received 23 Emmy Awards from the Academy of television Arts - Southeast Region. Along with her strong outreach and community involvement, she is named one of the 50 most influential Latinos in the state of Georgia. She shared her experience navigating her career as a Latinx woman.

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