NSBE UMass Amherst Professional Development Series

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Join us as NSBE UMass Amherst host former UMass NSBE president Sade Luwoye for the next event in the professional development series!

Sade Luwoye is a distinguished engineer with a remarkable track record in the fields of Aerospace and Defense. She currently holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from UMass Amherst and a M.S. in Systems Engineering from George Washington University.

Since graduating from UMass in 2015, Sade’s career has been filled with numerous experiences having worked with companies like General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and now L3Harris Technologies where she serves as a Senior Specialist Systems Engineer. In 2022, Sade’s outstanding contributions to engineering were recognized when she was awarded the prestigious 2022 Outstanding Young Alumni award from UMass Amherst, a testament to her dedication and influence in the engineering community.

Beyond her engineering feats, Sade is an ardent advocate for STEM education and diversity. She has harnessed her passion for technology and knowledge sharing through her “Win In STEM” podcast, where she “….highlights successful people of color (STEMinists) to show others how to get a seat at the table and win in STEM”.

On October 12th, Sade will be the honored guest and presenter at the UMass NSBE professional development meeting. Her presentation promises to inspire, educate, and motivate the next generation of STEM leaders. Her extraordinary engineering journey, complemented by her commitment to STEM advocacy, makes her an exemplary figure and a source of inspiration for all.