In honour of National Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting some of the influential women here at Vanderlande. From their education, to their career path, and lessons learned along the way, we want to recognise their journey and share the positive impact they’ve had on Vanderlande.
One of these influential women is Jasmine Green, a key figure within the Airports Engineering team. After graduating from Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Jasmine spent the first four years of her post-grad studies as a controls engineer and manufacturing engineer for two separate companies. Eventually, her professional path led her to Vanderlande.
Her start at Vanderlande was rather unexpected. She had no real knowledge of the company and initially believed her interview would be the first of many in her job search. But her unassuming beginnings at Vanderlande have turned into a career that has broadened her knowledge as an engineer and transformed her skills as a leader.
From the very first interview, she felt at ease within the welcoming culture of Vanderlande.
The previous companies Jasmine worked at: “were much larger and I felt like a number, like a little clog in the wheel – and this place was much smaller, so it felt like you could get to know everybody in the office,” she says.