McCormick Stevenson’s Director of Business Operations, Trudy Daniels, presented to an audience of middle and high school girls participating in the Robotics & Engineering Virtual Camp Aspire – Mission Tampa Bay on July 23rd on behalf of the Greater Tampa Bay Chapter of Women in Defense (WID GTB). Specifically, Trudy addressed what it takes to pursue a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and discussed particular traits helpful to the field such as creativity, problem-solving, teamwork, leadership, and communication skills. Trudy highlighted the ways careers in STEM provide an opportunity to help people and the importance of remaining curious with respect to the technology utilized as well as the industry, the consumer, and how the technology will help solve problems and improve lives.
Trudy is the founding president of the WID GTB and has actively served the organization since its inception in 2013. Visit WID GTB’s website to learn more