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It’s taken a while for people to realize that I am a senior at work. I was stuck at the same pay and title for longer than I should have been and I couldn’t understand why.
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I was five years old when I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up and my answer was ‘to help people on the planet.’
People did not think that I could be part of a product development process because I didn’t have an engineering background, but it was okay for men that were similar to me to make that jump.
I remember my male classmates being very vocal during my college years by raising their hands to answer or ask questions. I was a lot quieter because I thought I didn’t understand the material enough…
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I grew up in an undeserved community in New Mexico and from a very young age, I wanted to be informed of what was going on around me.
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My parents got divorced when I was very young so I was raised by my grandparents in San Francisco Chinatown.
As a South Asian American woman that grew up in a white suburban community, I always stood out as the non-white child.
I went to Stanford and got my Bachelors in Architecture Design and Engineering and my Masters in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Mechatronics.
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