Alumna Stacy Johnson to be featured presenter for engineering speaker series
Agilent Technologies manager discusses personal marketing tactics for employability
April 9, 2012
by Michelle Cometa
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Stacy Kalisz Johnson, the eMarketing Manager for Agilent Technologies, is the featured speaker at the next Kate Gleason College of Engineering Dean’s Alumni Speaker Series. She will present “Marketing Yourself and Making Yourself Employable” at 1 p.m. April 19 in the Xerox Auditorium.
In her professional career, she combines technical expertise, especially in the area of surface-mount technology, with sales, marketing and customer communication. Her presentation will touch on how engineering graduates can develop similar tactics and strategies to find employment, build and maintain networks within industry and map career advancement.
Prior to joining Agilent, Johnson worked at Motorola as a package development engineer, later moving into the area of test and measurement equipment strategies. In 2007, she joined Agilent as a marketing development manager working on event-based marketing, social media and e-communications. She was recently promoted to the Americas eMarketing Manager role.
Johnson received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from RIT in 1996. She also earned a master’s certificate in project management from George Washington University.
Agilent, an international corporation with operations in 65 countries, makes high-level scientific instruments such as oscilloscopes and magnetic resonance spectrometers for a variety of fields, including life-science research, pharmaceutical development, forensics, food safety, petrochemical processing and other critical environmental, manufacturing and quality assurance applications.
The Kate Gleason College of Engineering Dean’s Alumni Speaker Series is sponsored by the college and RIT’s Office of Development. Contact Donna Benier at email@example.com or 585-475-4045 for more information.