May Member Meeting

May 07, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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UTAH ASHRAE - MaY Chapter meeting

SCHEDULE:
11:45: Check-in
12:00 - 1:30: Lunch Presentation (1.0 PDH)

Presenter: Madison Schultz

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Madison Schultz, PE is passionate about creating safe spaces so that people feel empowered to pursue their passions. She is the Managing Partner at OK BeCo, an engineering and consulting firm in Oklahoma City. She is a Licensed Professional Engineer and has spent 14 years in the building sciences industry working at some of the premiere architectural and engineering firms in Oklahoma City. She earned her AS in pre-engineering from Oklahoma City Community College and BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. She serves as the Vice President and Diversity in ASHRAE Chair for the ASHRAE Central Oklahoma Chapter, Young Engineers in ASHRAE Regional Vice Chair for Region VIII, and Junior Vice Chair for the Young Engineers in ASHRAE Committee. She is a Provisional Corresponding Member of ASHRAE TC6.7 Solar and Other Renewable Energies, TC7.5 Smart Building Systems, and TC2.2 Plant and Animal Environment. She is the Vice President of the Oklahoma City Community College Association of Alumni and Friends Board of Directors and a Director on the Board at HeartLine, a nonprofit that answers calls to 2-1-1 and the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. She spends much of her time volunteering and generating excitement in pursuing engineering as a career and is passionate about energy efficient design, design sustainability, and the future of engineering. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, quilting, crocheting, knitting, and curling up with a good book. She was inducted into the Oklahoma City Community College Hall of Fame in 2015 and is a graduate of Leadership OKC's LOYAL Class XII.

Topic: Reacting in Real Time - What Modern Day Sexism Looks Like

The presentation is an interactive session that focuses on recognizing what modern day sexism looks like. This isn't your grandmother's workplace; "today’s sexism is insidious, casual, politically correct, even friendly.” In this safe platform for open discussion, we will discuss how to recognize instances of sexism. Participants are encouraged to tell their stories, how they reacted to uncomfortable situations, and learn new/different ways to react to similar situations in the future. All genders are welcome.

Tickets

$0.00 Member

$35.00 Non-Member