The Society of Women Engineers Toronto is pleased to invite you to the next event in our monthly meet-up series ‘Eng-Style Connecting'. All Engineers, EITs, engineering graduates as well as quality & lean manufacturing management professionals are welcome!

Our featured guest speaker is: Lorraine Fraser, P.Eng., M.Eng., MBA, ASQ-CQE, CQA, CQM-OE, CSSBB.

Lorraine is a graduate of the University of Toronto, and the University of Windsor.  She is a senior member of the American Society of Quality.  She also holds a post diploma certificate in Human Resources management from Seneca College.

Lorraine is a multi-disciplined professional with over 25 years of experience in the private sector, and with a wide range of skills in engineering, quality, and manufacturing management.  She has led many complex business Quality & Process Improvement Initiatives leveraging minimal resources within multi-disciplinary teams in union and non-union environments to achieve meaningful, sustainable and significant business results.

Lorraine started her career in product development and progressed to roles in process engineering, quality and lean management.  Her career has spanned a range of industries including consumer packaged goods, plastics, finishes, chemicals, electronics, and education.  Lorraine has been a featured lecturer at Ryerson, Sheridan and Seneca teaching several courses in the areas of Statistical Analysis and Quality Assurance.

Agenda –
6:30pm-7:00pm: Networking + Introduction of SWE Toronto and Guest Speaker
7:00pm-7:30pm: Guest Speaker Experience
7:30pm-8:00pm: Q&A
8:00pm-8:30pm: Informal Networking

Registration is free, please RSVP here! 

The venue for this event is provided by:

 

Integral Group

Disclaimer:
A photographer may be on-site at this event, and may take posed or candid shots of speakers and the audience. These images may be used in the Society of Women Engineers Toronto (SWE Toronto)'s websites and promotional material. By registering for the event you are consenting to the use of photographs which become the property of the SWE Toronto (the event host).

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