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Minorities in Engineering
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Jacquelyn R. Mobley
Jacquelyn Mobley holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida and a Masters of Art in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida with an emphasis on STEM minority and women recruitment and retention. She is a Florida licensed Professional Engineer for Ecology & Environment, Inc. reviewing and providing formal certification of engineering remedial action plans for the State’s Petroleum Cleanup Program. Her 19-year background encompasses the management of hazardous and mixed waste compliance and disposal, emergency response, disaster and domestic (counterterrorist) preparedness, and related training. Ms. Mobley is a motivational speaker and champion for under-represented engineering students. She has also participated in several Summer Teachers’ Institutes assisting K-12 teachers in STEM curricula development.
Mobley, J. (2008, June), Surviving Engineering: From A Minority Female Perspective Paper presented at 2008 Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 10.18260/1-2--3135
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