Schneider Electrics Pride Month podcast tackles important topics

Schneider Electric's Pride Month podcast tackles important topics

 July 01, 2022

Schneider Electric continuously creates an inclusive environment for all. Listen to an employee-led podcast to hear about the company's Pride Month activities and how important it is to break down barriers.

The Schneider Electric podcast, The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful, aims to share real experiences from real people.

Episode 8 #BreakingBarriers features hosts Emma Gallagher, Rob Insull, and Carmel Bawa, who share their thoughts and experiences on important topics, including facts surrounding women in the workplace, the innovative impact that diversity can bring and, in light of Pride Month, what Schneider Electric is doing to support its LGBTQ+ community and how listeners can get involved too.

Carmel is Schneider Electric News Editor, Global Marketing, while Emma is Employer Branding and Graduate Recruitment Lead for UK & Ireland and Rob is Segment Marketing Manager, Residential.

Meet engineer turned project manager Alice Davis

The podcast episode welcomes Alice Davis, an engineer turned Customer Project Manager who talks about how she is breaking down barriers in a male-dominated industry. Listen to her journey and how she is navigating through life using her intelligence, humour and most of all determination to beat the status quo.

Alice joined Schneider Electric on the graduate scheme in 2018 following on from an Engineering degree. She is an advocate for promoting STEM subjects to young people and under-represented groups and does volunteering in her spare time. She loves cooking and being outdoors. When she isn’t discovering new recipes, you can find her on the netball court or at the swimming pool.

Listen to Schneider Electric's inspiring, engaging and informative podcast.


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