Empowering Innovation: Celebrating International Women's Day 2024 at Ultech Engineering

Empowering Innovation: Celebrating Women at Ultech Engineering on International Women's Day

International Women's Day is a powerful reminder of the immense contributions women make across various fields. At Ultech Engineering, we are proud to celebrate the incredible achievements of our female professionals who have played a pivotal role in shaping our diverse and innovative workforce. This year marks a significant milestone for us, with an equal if not greater number of women in engineering than ever before. Join us as we reflect on the accomplishments of our talented female team members and the broader impact of women in the engineering and business sectors.

Women's History Month Highlight: Edith Clarke


Edith Clarke, a pioneering electrical engineer, stands as a beacon of inspiration during Women's History Month. Born in 1883, Clarke overcame societal barriers to become the first professionally employed female electrical engineer in the United States. Her groundbreaking contributions include the development of the Clarke Calculator, a device used to solve power transmission line equations, revolutionizing the field. Clarke's remarkable career spanned both academia and industry, and she paved the way for future generations of women in engineering. Her legacy is a testament to resilience, intelligence, and determination, making her a celebrated figure in the history of women in STEM.

Diversity with Women in Engineering

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Ultech Engineering has actively embraced diversity. Currently, we boast a remarkable team comprising not only skilled women engineers but also professionals in automation, electrical engineering, drafting, and document control. The dynamic contributions of our women engineers have significantly enhanced our creativity, problem-solving abilities, and overall team synergy.

Senior Women in Engineering Leading the Way in Ultech

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At Ultech Engineering, we are thrilled to have two exceptional senior women in engineering who have risen to prominent roles within our organization. Their leadership and technical expertise have not only enriched our projects but also inspired younger engineers to reach new heights in their careers. By fostering an environment that values merit and skill regardless of gender, Ultech Engineering continues to break barriers and challenge stereotypes.

Diverse Roles Beyond Engineering in Ultech

Celebrating Women at Ultech Engineering on International Women's Day

Our commitment to diversity extends beyond engineering roles. In addition to our talented women engineers, Ultech Engineering is proud to have women contributing to various business functions. From marketing mavens to finance professionals and administrative experts, women at Ultech Engineering are driving success across the board. The varied perspectives and skills they bring to the table contribute to a workplace that is both vibrant and forward-thinking.

Celebrating with Our Principal Brands

On International Women's Day, we not only celebrate the achievements of our remarkable team but also acknowledge the inspirational stories of women in engineering and technology highlighted by our principal brand partners. These stories showcase the incredible impact women have had on shaping the industry and serve as a testament to the importance of promoting diversity and inclusion. Some case stories highlighting a woman's journey in a traditionally male-dominated environment are discussed by our principal brand partners, Siemens, Mitsubishi Electric, and Rockwell Automation.

Image Credit: Siemens Energy

A respected Senior Design Engineer at Siemens, Yasemin Baygar, shares her experience as a woman in engineering and her thoughts on how the industry is changing to encourage girls into engineering. Engineering has an enormous impact on society, global issues, welfare, and the environment, and by impressing young people with how a career in engineering could positively contribute, we’ll see an increase in the number of future engineers. Engineering nowadays is also not like it traditionally was with loud, dirty, heavy machinery. Engineering now is more about research and development, about improving products and systems and using the latest technologies and software to achieve that.


In 2020, Rockwell Automation, Inc. earned its Diversity & Inclusion Program Award from The Society of Women Engineers (SWE). The recognition, from the world's largest organization advocating for women in engineering and technology, highlights the company’s focus on encouraging all employees to bring full authenticity to their work and setting an example for other organizations to follow.

Between 2008 and 2019, Rockwell Automation has seen its representation of women engineers increase by 40% and of women in technical sales roles increase by 45%.

Happy International Women's Day from Ultech Engineering!


As we celebrate International Women's Day at Ultech Engineering, we take pride in the achievements of our talented women professionals and the strides we've made toward building a diverse and innovative workforce. We are committed to fostering an environment where everyone, regardless of gender, can thrive and contribute their unique skills and perspectives. Together, we look forward to continuing the journey towards a future where women in engineering and business are celebrated, supported, and recognized for their invaluable contributions.

"A woman with a voice is, by definition, a strong woman." - Melinda Gates

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