Sometimes taking a untraditional career path and trusting in your instincts can help you tap into your potential. Three Weir ESCO women, Patricia Silva Moraes, Cristie Rozell and Hillary Swogger know this first-hand. They recently sat down and opened up about their personal experiences, including professional growth, taking risks and defining their career goals.
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Women of Weir
After a nearly 60 years of combined service to Weir ESCO, Dee Dee Weber and Lora McCabe from Weir ESCO Sales will retire 27 July 2022. Learn how the pair navigated industry changes, built a strong reputation of excellent customer service and made a lasting impact on their colleagues and customers.
Tielly Castro loves a challenge. Find out how this Brazilian engineer’s passion for problem-solving drives her to develop insightful product solutions for customers’ unique mining equipment performance requirements.
At Weir ESCO, we are making a strong and public commitment to building an inclusive culture where our people feel they belong and can do their best work. We are still early in our journey, but have already learned some important lessons.
When Rachel Hanks graduated from Oregon State University, working in the mining industry was not on her radar. Find out how the finance director has turned to a new opportunity as branch manager of a supply and service site.
When I entered high school three years ago, I saw myself pursuing a career in the medical field. But this week I started my senior year with a different direction in mind: engineering.
Three leading Weir ESCO women, Min Cai of U.S., Carmen Cassidy of New Zealand, and Suelen Moraes of Brazil recently sat down with Fairygodboss and opened up about their personal experiences in the workplace, including how they elevate other women at work, create a culture of belonging and practice #BreakTheBias in their daily roles.