Dr. Adeola Olubamiji has received the prestigious 2019 Influential Women in Manufacturing Award.
The Influential Women in Manufacturing Award, presented by Putman Media spotlights the incredible work that industry-leading, industry-changing women were doing to drive their organizations and manufacturing as a whole forward.
Dr. Olubamiji was recognized for embracing work that serves to move the needle on asset management and reliability, digital transformation, and other elements critical to ensuring the manufacturing industry’s readiness to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Commenting on her award, Dr. Olubamiji said “Being a Manufacturing Engineer on a shop floor with steel-toed boots isn’t shiny for women. We work to prove our worth every step of the way. I am humbled to be among this exceptional group. I dedicate this recognition to my mentors and sponsors: Aisha Lawrey, Lisa Farrel, Prafulla Neema, Angella Mignon-Smith, Lori Thompson, Akindele Odeshi, Daniel Chen, Roti Balogun and so on. Thank you for all your efforts in shaping my career.”
A full list of the 2019 class of Influential Women in Manufacturing can be found at https://lnkd.in/gP5P3uu .
About Dr. Adeola Olubamiji
Dr. Adeola Olubamiji is the first black student to graduate with a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. She currently is the Senior Additive Manufacturing Engineer for Cummins Inc and the founder of the not-for-profit STEMHub Foundation.
About STEMHub Foundation
STEMHub provides skill development services to females, visible minorities and underserved youth in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) at no financial cost to participants. It also facilitates mentorship opportunities for university students and early career professionals.