The goal of the Women in Systems Engineering page is:
- To motivate women to consider Systems Engineering as their area of study and career.
- To showcase the important work performed by women working in the discipline.
IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE)
THE IEEE SYSTEMS COUNCIL HAS ADOPTED AND SUPPORTS THE IEEE WIE PLEDGE:
"IEEE WIE pledges to work towards gender-diversified panels at all IEEE meetings, conferences, and events, including our own."
IEEE WIE is one of the world’s leaders in changing the face of engineering. Our global network connects nearly 20,000 members in over 100 countries to advance women in technology at all points in their life and career. IEEE WIE members make lifelong friendships, acquire influential mentors, and make a difference for the benefit of humanity.
One of our goals is to create educational and networking opportunities for the Systems Council's participants and the systems engineering community. Check out upcoming webinars and watch past events.
WiSE Women in the News
Annette D. Reilly, a Senior Life Member of IEEE, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the IEEE Standards Association. She was honored for her contributions to the international standardization of information development and software engineering processes.
Learn more about WiSE women making a difference in the news!
Scholarships for WiE
Featured WiSE Women
The following interviews are from the featured WiSE women of the Systems Council. If you would like to be featured or would like to nominate a person to be featured, please contact the WiSE Chair.