Women in Manufacturing

2022 Winner: Recognition Of Regional Innovation - Red Deer

Winner:  Women in Manufacturing (Centres for Manufacturing and Energy Innovation)

Initiative: Women in Manufacturing (Centre for Manufacturing and Energy Innovation).

Women in Manufacturing (Centres for Manufacturing and Energy Innovation) – Supporting women and gender diverse people as they grow their skills and knowledge in manufacturing and energy innovation directly affects their success. This team provides mentorship opportunities for girls and women to help them to succeed in technical fields such as engineering and technology, which enables a broader range of solutions for Alberta businesses.

Dr. Tonya Wolfe, Director, Centres for Manufacturing and Energy Innovation Red Deer Polytechnic
Dr. Tonya Wolfe is the Manager of the Centre for Innovation in Manufacturing, as well as an adjunct professor at the University of Alberta. Tonya is responsible for directing the use of the CIM-TAC’s advanced manufacturing capabilities to design, simulate, create, and validate prototypes as well as to solve the processing and productivity challenges faced by Alberta’s manufacturing industry.

Team Submission: Alicia Cafferata-ArnettJennifer DornstauberEryn BeddoesPrateeksha Aggarwal; Dylann Sikstrom; Sherri O’Muir