The Art of Engineering is a podcast dedicated to telling the stories of incredible engineers who all share something in common: They’re women.
Host Denise McIntosh, CEO of Custom Powder Systems, knows firsthand the unique challenges women face in this industry and discusses them with her guests.
In this show, you’ll hear from women who have overcome the odds and grown to be some of the most respected professionals in their fields.
At the age of 21, M. Wallace “Wally” Funk was selected to be one of 13 women to train for space flight in 1959. By this time, she had been an experienced pilot for over 5 years. Wally’s love of aeronautics led her to a life-long career in flight training, giving thousands of young pilots their first taste of flight. She worked for the FAA and was the first woman to be a lead investigator at the NTSB.
Ann Rhodes is the founder of People Ink and author of Built on Values: Creating an Enviable Culture that Outperforms the Competition. Ann and Denise discuss how a positive culture and employees who share the same values as a company is the missing piece for most organizations. Ann shares storeis from her time with Southwest Airlines and JetBlue, and explains the steps needed to form a solid culture to make your company proud and profitable.
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