OmniAir Consortium®, the leading industry association promoting interoperability in ITS, tolling, and connected vehicles, will host its second OmniAir® Women-in-STEM event on Tuesday, November 9, in Columbus, Ohio at The Ohio State University, Center for Automotive Research.

This one-day event is designed to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering and transportation technology. 

Sponsored by Keysight Technologies, this in-person event will provide the opportunity to hear from leaders and practitioners in the automotive and transportation technology fields. 

Participants include:

  • Heidi McDonald, District Sales Manager, Northeast, Keysight Technologies
  • Nora Anderson, P.E., Ohio Traffic and ITS Lead, WSP
  • Sue Bai, Chief Engineer, Division Director, Honda Research Institute USA
  • La’Tonia Stiner-Jones, Ph.D., MBA, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, Engineering Department, The Ohio State University
  • Angela Leo, Manager, IT Project Management Office, Innovation & Technology Services, Columbus Regional Airport Authority

“We are excited to bring together accomplished women engineers and technology professionals for this dynamic event,” said Jason Conley, Executive Director of OmniAir. “OmniAir and our members are committed to supporting and helping to promote the next generation of leaders in the transportation technology industry.”

“As a leading technology company, we are honored to sponsor this event to spark interest in engineering and automotive technologies,” said Ee Huei Sin, Keysight Technologies Senior Vice president and President of the Electronic Industrial Solutions Group and Keysight Education. “This is in line with Keysight’s ongoing efforts to encourage greater diversity in STEM fields and support the advancement of women technology leaders.”

In addition, the event will feature a luncheon, hands-on demonstrations of connected vehicle testing, speed networking sessions, and a meet and greet with The Ohio State University Motorsports Student Projects Program!

Please note:

  • This event is free of charge to students (seats are limited)
  • Room stipends are available for qualifying students – contact Kate Oldham for more information
  • Register early as there is limited in-person attendance
  • Networking luncheon, courtesy of WSP!
  • Attendees must be 18 years of age or older
Heidi McDonald, Moderator, District Sales Manager, Northeast, Keysight Technologies

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