We are proud of our people – Sensia celebrates International Women’s Day

March 08, 2021 | Written by: Sensia

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At Sensia we are proud of our people every day, but International Women’s Day provides a unique opportunity for us to shine the spotlight even brighter on those who really make a difference.
 
Sensia is home to some of the smartest people in the oil and gas industry and on International Women's Day we are celebrating the lives, dedicated careers and outstanding achievements of women across our organization, as well as the industry as a whole. 
 
We’re committed to investing in the next generation of engineers and proud to help foster an inclusive working environment which empowers, involves, recognizes, mentors and cares.  We’d proudly like to introduce four members of our team who represent Sensia’s best-in-class expertise with a reservoir of knowledge in a range of key fields from our cross-discipline teams.  
 
Meet Jenny Mathew, Production Engineer, Greylin Gimenez, Senior EngineerShayla George, Field Support Engineer and Natasha Charr, Process Safety Engineer.  
 
The decision to become a Petroleum Engineer is the best I have ever made. I am honored to be part of the small but growing community of women in engineering. I look forward to continuing to inspire and encourage diversity.”
Jenny Mathew, Production Engineer
 
I am a Chemical Engineer, originally from Venezuela. It’s a big challenge to learn a new culture whilst building a career but I am passionate about automation.  I love to bring people together to encourage networking and new viewpoints and conversations.”  
Greylin Gimenez, Package Champion for CPG
 
“I would say to any women wanting to pursue a career in engineering ‘just to go for it’. Yes, there will be hurdles, but let that be your motivation and driving force. Find your sounding board with other female engineers. Mentoring is also very important for your career development. I have been so fortunate to receive excellent mentoring throughout my career – it has made me into the engineer I am today.”  
Shayla GeorgeField Support Engineer
 
“I am a full-time working parent and part of a wonderful supportive culture at Sensia. My advice to women wanting to pursue a career in engineering is to let your voice be heard. Always be interested in learning – you can learn from everyone around you, from your mentors, coworkers and customers.” 
Natasha CharrProcess Safety Engineer
 

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