Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE)
Who We Are
Women in Science & Engineering is an organization striving to connect women in industry and women aiming to go into science and engineering.
Upcoming Meetings and Events
- WiSE Networking Dinner
- Dine and network with women in your chosen field!
WiSE Networking Dinner
**Click the link below to register for the event**Thursday, March 1, 2018
5:30-9:00pm, Building 8-Mt Constance/Olympus
Event Registration closes February 26, 2018.
Please RSVP using the following link https://goo.gl/forms/fZ9MzAW8dBG2SxmR2
The Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) students, faculty, and staff at Highline College host a free annual dinner - business attire is encouraged. The goal of the event is to recognize, support and encourage women pursuing studies in the engineering, physical & life sciences, math and technology fields. Please contact the faculty adviser if you are working in one of these industries and are interested in being the speaker for 2019.
Arrive as early as 5:30 to meet and mingle! We will be officially starting the event at 6pm with introductions and visiting time, followed by dinner, our speaker and dessert. We will be assigning seats according to area of interest. We would like to spread out industry, faculty, and students evenly around the tables so please plan to sit where you are assigned.
Our speaker this year is Kristi Hudson, M.B.A.
Kristi Hudson is currently Sr. Manager of Business Operations for Boeing Intellectual Property Licensing Company (BIPLC), responsible for integration of business objectives, strategies, plans and market development of intellectual property licensing prospects. Prior to BIPLC, Kristi was a Business Operations Specialist in CAS Digital Aviation, with special focus on Digital Solutions, Analytics, Platforms, Channels, and Strategy and Business Development. Kristi's extensive background includes business development, portfolio and project management, new opportunity identification, competitive threat analysis, financial planning and modeling, and strategic business consulting. Prior to Boeing, Kristi spent 20 years at the Weyerhaeuser Company and was Manager, Business Development in their Open Innovation R&D Division specializing in biobased fuels and chemicals. Kristi holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry from University of Puget Sound and a Masters of Business Administration from Arizona State University. Kristi is a Seattle native, and enjoys cooking, cycling, hiking and spending time with her husband and two children.