Tanuja Randery on encouraging girls into STEM subjects


Schneider Electric's Tanuja Randery discusses STEM

 March 13, 2017

British Science Week is a celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths marked by thousands of events and activities taking place in schools, communities, charities and business organizations - it is certainly apparent that encouraging a new generation of STEM ambassadors is important across the board.

Schneider Electric strongly believes in the importance of a diverse STEM workforce, and understand that to increase the representation of women in STEM roles, we need to inspire and engage a new generation of talent. 

In this video, we meet Tanja Randery, CEO UK & Ireland at Schneider Electric and a great advocate for Diversity and Inclusion as she discusses how we can make the biggest impact in encouraging girls to take STEM subjects.

There are many great opportunities for talented and engaged women at Schneider Electric, so take a look at their current vacancies ranging from internships through to Director level positions.

 

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