Society of Women Engineers

Suzanne Jenniches

Suzanne Jenniches

1948–

Suzanne Jenniches

  • B.S., Biology, 1970, Clarion State College
  • M.S.E.E., Environmental Engineering, 1978, Johns Hopkins University
  • Post Graduate Work, Defense Decision Making, International Affairs, Catholic University of America
  • Executive Management Program, 1988, Harvard Business School
  • Fellow Life Member of SWE
  • Joined SWE in 1979
  • SWE Service
  • 1978-80 Baltimore Washington Section President
  • 1981-83 Baltimore Washington Section Representative
  • 1983 Distinguished New Engineer Award (Society of Women Engineers)
  • 1984 Co-chair of the International Conference on Women in Engineering and Science
  • 1984-85 Regional Director of Mid-Atlantic Area, Society of Women Engineers
  • 1985-86 National Vice President, Student Services, Society of Women Engineers
  • 1986-87 National Secretary, Society of Women Engineers
  • 1987-88 National President-elect, Society of Women Engineers
  • 1988-89 National President, Society of Women Engineers
  • 1988 Established and financially underwrote the National Upward Mobility Award for the Society
  • 1990 Life Member of the Society
  • 1993 Elected as a Fellow in the Society of Women Engineers

Honors received; professional recognition:

  • 1980-83 Who’s Who in Engineering – American Association of Engineering Societies
  • 1981-83 Who’s Who in American Women
  • 1982-83 Who’s Who in Maryland
  • 1986 US Patent # 4,595,816 awarded for Laser Soldering
  • Civic or charitable organizations
  • 1988-89 Member of the Board of Governors, American Assoc. of Engineering Societies
  • 1990-Present Board of Directors, Technology Council of the Greater Baltimore Committee
  • 1997-Present National Academy of Engineering Task Force on Celebration of Women in Engineering
Malcare WordPress Security