EWU to host Women in STEM luncheon - Oct 23

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Learn why a disparity of women in STEM is an issue—and what Eastern Washington University and our community partners are doing to address it—at the inaugural Eastern Edge community forum, presented by F5 Networks.

During the luncheon, an EWU student and alumnae panel will discuss the topic, co-moderated by Angela Jones, CEO of Washington STEM, and Leslie Cornick, PhD, Associate Dean for the EWU College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Following the program, EWU faculty and staff will facilitate roundtable discussions, diving deeper into the issue, as well as exploring additional community and professional needs from attendees.



Lisa Godsil, ‘91

Research and Technology Support Engineer at Boeing

Rebecca Long, ‘06 & ‘13

Lead DevOps Engineer at RiskLens, President & Founder of Future Ada

Shannon Kellam, ‘19

Associate Engineer at Lamb Weston

Vernice Keyes

Student, Computer Science


Eastern Edge:
Women in STEM

Wednesday, Oct. 23
Spokane Convention Center
Ballroom 111BC

Cost (includes lunch):
Individuals: $30
Table of 10: $275

Check in: 11:30 a.m. – noon
Luncheon/Panel: noon – 1 p.m.
Roundtables: 1 – 2 p.m.



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Presented by


F5 Networks





Major Sponsors

Spokane Journal of Business

Umpqua Bank Women’s Resource Group



Supporting Sponsors


Coffman Engineers






Student Success Sponsors





MW Consulting Engineers




Chamber & Association Partners

West Plains Chamber, Spokane STEM: fueled by GSI, and
Spokane Workforce Council



EWU expands opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning.



Eastern Washington University

Eastern Washington University
526 5th St, Cheney, WA 99004
Phone: 509.359.6200 
Web: ewu.edu/easternedge