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Interview With Nadya Fouad author of ‘Stemming the Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering’

‘Ask a vocational psychologist to find out why women are leaving engineering, and the answers may, or may not, surprise you.

Nadya Fouad’s recent report, Stemming the Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering, shines a bright and perhaps glaring light on the realities of why women represent 20% of engineering school graduates, yet only 11% of practicing engineers are women. Nadya states “what an incredible waste it is that we lose half of the women who are prepared to do this work,” yet she also firmly believes knowing and understanding the problems clearly outline the solutions.

Read more about Nadya, her work, and what she believes must change in corporate America to improve this dismal situation, here.’

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