Newark sponsors Women in Electronics community

June 20, 2019
Women in Electronics is a community of women leaders at all stages of their careers, dedicated to the professional and personal leadership development of women in the electronics industry

Development distributor Newark has announced its founding sponsorship of Women in Electronics, a community of progressive women leaders at all stages of their careers, dedicated to the professional and personal leadership development of women in the electronics industry. According to the company, it is  celebrating women engineers who drive innovation ahead of International Women in Engineering Day this Sunday, June 23.

"We’re proud to work with talented female engineers across our organization, each bringing her own unique skills, interests and backgrounds," said Louise Perry, global HR director, Newark. "These women show strong leadership; they help keep our company at the forefront of engineering, innovation and technology and inspire others to grow in their careers."

Newark has highlighted several community members including Andreea Teodorescu, global senior commercial marketing manager,  Marisol Salgado, technical support manager and Courtney Kennedy, technology solutions marketing manager.

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