Breaking Glass Ceilings

 

By Allison Carter and Institute Communications.

In celebration of Women's History Month, we highlight the onward and upward trajectory of women at Georgia Tech, where gender norms are being shattered, giving way to recognition, respect and inclusion.

Featuring Nazia Zakir, interim vice president of Sustainability, Facilities and Safety and Maria Idalia Dorantes, chiller operator.

Breaking the glass ceiling isn't just for high-profile political figures.  At Georgia Tech, we have women who are making new strides in a wide range of male-dominated frields, at all levels.  In celebration of Women's History Month, we have asked a few of them to share their journeys and achievements, along with their advice for other women who hope to one day lead at Georgia Tech and in the broader community.

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Cathy Brim

Communications Officer I

Sustainability, Facilities and Safety

cathy.brim@facilities.gatech.edu