Industry Relations


Elise Mignone, VP Industry Relations

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, 2nd year

Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Email: sweindustryrelations@gmail.com

  • Description of Position: I am responsible for obtaining company sponsorships, scheduling company and professional events, organizing GBM companies, and maintaining company relationships
  • Favorite SWE Memories: Cupcake chair bonding!
  • Interests: photography, painting, hiking, climbing
  • Other Involvements: AIChE, SGA, SSO
  • Career Goals: Work in industry (food/drug) or environmental!
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 Industry Relations Committee

Annie Pei, Industry Events Chair

Industrial and Systems Engineering, 1st Year

Hometown: Suwanee, GA

Email: apei7@gatech.edu or sweindustryevents@gmail.com

  • Description of Position: I lead logistics with companies and confirm sponsor participation in general body meetings, networking nights, and custom events. I also work with the communications team to advertise these events and make them accessible to SWE members.
  • Favorite SWE Memory: Exec/Chair Team Retreat
  • Interests: music, ethnic food, watching sports, hiking, playing with my dog
  • Other Involvements: FreShGA, CSA, iAB
  • Career Goals: Working in data analytics and modeling

 

Caroline Dunning, Industry Connections Chair

Electrical Engineering, 1st year

Hometown: Chantilly, VA

Email: sweindustryconnections@gmail.com

  • Description of Position: The Industry Connections Chair creates and manages the SWE member Resume Book for corporate sponsor distribution. She reaches out to companies for sponsorship and increases corporate contacts. She works with the Industry Events Chair and the VP of Industry Relations to help plan meetings and events.
  • Favorite SWE Memories: Experiencing the WE19 national SWE conference
  • Interests: Running, volleyball, playing instruments, listening to Spotify and iTunes
  • Other Involvements: Georgia Tech Honors Program, IEEE, GT Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Career Goals: Earn a master’s degree in electrical engineering and work in the defense industry