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Women Mentoring Women in Engineering is an organization formed at the University of Texas at Dallas that is focused on helping women in STEM fields do their ultimate best. We want to help you make connections with people out in the industry.

Scroll down to meet our team and learn about our mentors!

If you have any questions leave us a message under our "Contact Us" page!

LEARN ABOUT OUR MENTORS

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MEET OUR TEAM

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President

Jeshna is a junior majoring in Computer Science. She joined WMWE to "get guidance on how to be the best she could be to succeed in what she aspires to achieve!".

Jeshna Gupta

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Mentoring Team Coordinator

Aiman is a sophomore majoring in Biomedical Engineering and she joined WMWE to “be involved in a community of women engineers".

Aiman Rahman

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Secretary

Lillie is a sophomore majoring in Computer Science and she joined WMWE to "be an active part of the Women in STEM community”.

Lillie McMaster

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Vice President

Summan is a sophomore majoring in Biomedical Engineering. She joined WMWE to “interest in guidance from mentors and advancing professional career".

Summan Rahman

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Treasurer

Reshmi is doing her Masters as a Fast Track student in Software Engineering. She joined WMWE to "to learn about what opportunities she can pursue after graduation."

Reshmi Ranjith

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Events Chair

Anusha is a junior in Computer Engineering and joined WMWE to “learn technical skills from all the amazing people in this organization!"

Anusha Jain

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Mentoring Team Coordinator

Zaina is junior majoring in Biomedical Engineering. She joined WMWE to "to build connections with fellow women engineers and learn".

Zaina Rida

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Marketing Chair

Vyshnavi is a sophomore in Computer Science and she joined WMWE to "make connections in the STEM field and help others do the same".

Vyshnavi Nalla

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Media Chair

Lac is a sophomore majoring in Computer Science and she joined WMWE to "to gain experience and get connected with other women in STEM fields".

Lac Ngo