EAA Board Members
|2015 - 2016||Nadine@fastwomenin business.com|
“Do what you WANT, not what you CAN.” – Nadine Haupt
Nadine Haupt works with F.A.S.T. (Fearless, Ambitious, Strong, and Trailblazing) Women who want to break through career plateaus, accelerate their income and impact substantially, and fall in love with Monday mornings. Through professional speaking, private and group coaching and mentoring in the proprietary “Reignite Your D.R.I.V.E.” signature system, Nadine shows them how --- faster and more easily than by going it alone.
If you are looking for a proven professional who can guide you to address why you are not advancing, what is standing in your way of financial success, and how to create endless opportunities for growth and advancement, you’re in the right place.
Since 1994, Nadine blazed a successful trail from pit lane to the corporate boardroom – including becoming the first female trackside engineer in IndyCar Racing. Navigating the twists and turns of start-ups, niche businesses, consulting firms and corporations, Nadine is a pioneer for women in traditionally male-dominated technical fields and an expert on how to succeed in them. Now she shares her insider secrets with ambitious career women who are eager to follow her lead.
In addition to her licensure as a Professional Engineer, Nadine holds three engineering degrees (BSME – Purdue, MSME – Oakland, MSMSE – IIT) and an MBA (Pepperdine). She also holds an Associate Coaching Certification with the International Coach Federation and certification as a Professional Coach and Energy Leadership Index – Master Practitioner with the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching. Her expertise, business success, and devotion to mentoring women recently earned her nominations for the 2014 and 2015 Influential Woman In Trucking Award.
By helping women to continually take proactive action with focus and confidence, Nadine is creating a community of F.A.S.T. Women who are wildly successful, financially independent, and thriving in their professional and personal lives. Her new book, Fall in Love with Monday Mornings: A Career Woman’s Guide to Increasing Impact, Influence, and Income, was released in June 2015.
Nadine’s clients are drawn to her passion, authenticity, professionalism, and down-to-earth style. Her no-nonsense approach challenges clients, while her compassion and support encourages them to make bold moves. Clients are inspired to do more, be more, and have more…because that’s what being a F.A.S.T. Woman is all about.
Proceed full speed ahead by booking your Introductory Consultation Session NOW by calling (888) 277-0610 or online at www.FASTWomeninBusiness.com. Follow Nadine on Twitter @FASTWomeninBiz and connect on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/nrhaupt.
|Cynthia Humphrey (BS '84, MBA)||2013 - email@example.com|
Cindy Humphrey, a seasoned professional with 25+ years of experience in the telecommunications and medical device industries, most recently served as vice president of product and marketing for Cochlear Americas. She was responsible for all marketing and product management for the $300M product lines assisting those with hearing loss. The group of 45 people on her team worked together to restore hearing capabilities to those with moderate to severe hearing loss and to manage the volunteer network that cares so much about expanding the assistance.
Cindy’s prior roles were all at CenturyLink (previously Qwest, US West, Mountain Bell). Her final responsibilities were in the Business Markets Group (BMG) of CenturyLink. In this role, she handled a broad scope of responsibility in reaching all segments of the business market, including medium- to large-size businesses, government and education accounts. She managed a team of marketing and product professionals working to equip the company with the types of tools that drove growth in the business market.
Before joining BMG, Cindy was a regional vice president for Qwest Wholesale, responsible for sales to wireless carriers. Her group, serving accounts from the smallest wireless customers to the very largest, achieved increased sales levels in a declining market in multiple years.
Ms. Humphrey began her career as a network manager and, after that, held a variety of positions, including product manager and director for multiple product lines; market manager and channel manager. Additionally, she holds a patent for work completed in a product development position.
Cindy is a graduate of Purdue University with a bachelor of science degree in engineering and holds a master’s of business administration with an emphasis in marketing from the University of Denver. She was awarded the B-to-B Marketer of the year award from the Direct Marketing Association in 2011 and many of the campaigns and projects her teams worked on have received accolades. .
She and her husband, Craig, reside in Denver and are the parents of two children.
|Eric Kirtcheff (BSEE '99)||2015 - firstname.lastname@example.org|
Eric Kirtcheff is responsible for Essence’s enablement of ad technology and integration of data systems for client adserving platforms. Essence’s mission is to make advertising more valuable to the world or clients such as Google, Method, Hewlett Packard, and Netflix. In his role as Global Director of Ad Operations his responsibilities include setting up campaigns for success from onboarding through campaign architecture to results measurement. His efforts have focused on improving data measurement, privacy solutions and brand safety technologies.
Prior to joining Essence he was Senior Manager of Solutions Engineering at Akamai, leading the presales efforts and onboarding clients through to execution. Previously, Eric held various leadership positions at DoubleClick and Yahoo in technology operations, product management, and client services. He has worked on such high profile campaigns as Howard Stern’s move to Sirius, Hillary Clinton for America(2008) and the Mission Impossible III(Live Event). In this process he played a key role in pioneering solutions for the digital marketing industry. He is regular speaker at Admonsters panels on various industry topics.
Eric has a BSEE from the Purdue University from 1999. He joined the board in August of 2015.
|Jack Lashenik (BSABE '88)||2015 - email@example.com|
Jack is a vice president and partner of American Structurepoint, leading the Architecture, Structural and Planning Groups. In 1998, he received a bachelor of science degree in agricultural and biological engineering from Purdue University. In 1999, just one year after college, Jack joined American Structurepoint as an entry-level site design engineer. His experience includes site layout, grading, hydrology, road design, earthwork, utilities, water quality design, construction cost estimates, and permitting, as well as field investigations and preliminary site analyses. At age 25, Jack became one of only a dozen certified floodplain managers (CFM) in the state of Indiana. Since earning his professional engineering license in Indiana in 2004, Jack has developed impeccable relationships with real estate developers in the Midwest, propelling the accelerated growth of the company’s private-sector civil engineering practice.
In January of 2006, Jack was promoted to vice president, focusing on client and project sales strategies and taking charge of the Civil Group. He later accepted principal responsibility for American Structurepoint’s Survey and Planning Groups. In May of 2011, Jack was invited to share ownership of the company. In 2012, ENR Midwest magazine selected Jack among its annual Top 20 Under 40 list, which honors young design and construction professionals on the basis of their contributions to their profession and their community. In 2013, he began leading the charge of American Structurepoint's Architecture and Structural Groups. Last month, Jack was selected to participate in the fall 2015 Stanley K. Lacey Executive Leadership Series.
|Kimberly Riddle (BSChE '86)||2015 - firstname.lastname@example.org|
At Procter & Gamble, Kimberly's role is the Global Director of Fabric Care Engineering and she is based in Cincinnati, OH. Fabric Care Business includes Billion Dollar Brands like Tide, Gain and Downy. The Business is Global and has a Global footprint. P&G Fabric Care has plant operations and technical centers in all Regions of the World. She is responsible for Capital Investments and Engineering to deliver Innovation, Capacity, Savings and Plant Operations. She has a large organization and is responsible to develop engineers to be the next generation of leaders. She has Engineering teams who sit in Technical Centers in all parts of the world. She travels globally and has been to over 40 countries with her role. She works upstream on new innovation with R&D, create designs for our core products/package systems and has responsibility for engineers in the plant operations.
Her Professional Organizations include Ceo and President of non-proft Southwest Ohio Water Company and Director on TechSolve Technology non-proft Board.
Some highlights from her Purdue Days include being a member of the Purdue Marching Band, Purdue American Music Review, Purdue Symphonic Band, and she was a Resident Hall Counselor Windsor.
She married William Riddle in 1991 and has has two children, Benjamin (born 1996) and Nathan (born 1998). She is currently living in Monfort Height, Cincinnati, Ohio.
|Sheri Roederer Donahue (BS '90 IE)||2016 - email@example.com|
SHERI ROEDERER DONAHUE
Sheri Donahue received her BS in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University in 1990. She has served for over 26 years in various roles within government, not-for-profit and the private sector. She has worked to serve warfighters, first responders, owners and operators of our national critical infrastructures and the private sector insurance industry. Currently, she is with Humana in the Enterprise Information Protection Department serving as the Cyber Security Strategic Partnerships Director. Prior to joining Humana, she was Program Manager for Security & Intelligence at Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division where she managed a $60M portfolio of Intelligence and Intelligence-related projects for Navy, DoD and other Intelligence agencies of the US Government fusing science and technology with Intelligence to provide knowledge solutions for the warfighter.
Sheri is President Emeritus of the InfraGard National Members Alliance (INMA). As a member of the National Board for 12 years and President for 3 years, she led the private sector entity of this public-private partnership working with the FBI, DHS and other organizations to create partnerships and opportunities for InfraGard and its members to address critical infrastructure and cyber security concerns. She has written articles on public-private partnerships for the Domestic Preparedness Journal and has been interviewed for Emergency Management Magazine. She has received awards and recognition for superior service from the Navy, FBI and Army and was the 2015 recipient of the first annual InfraGard National Members Alliance “Lifetime Leadership Award”.
Over a cumulative 19 years as a DoD civilian working for the Navy, Sheri served in many roles from Project Engineer/Project Manager to Special Programs Manager, Special Security Officer (SSO) and Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR). She left DoD in 2007 for Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI) in Vermont to become the first Managing Director for the INMA while also serving as the President & Executive Director for the Cyber Conflict Studies Association (CCSA) where she worked with government, private corporations and academia to study cyber threats and solutions for the next generation. Prior to returning to DoD in 2010, Sheri worked for as start-up technology company, DisastersNet, as the Director of Customer Support where she developed the training and implementation program for incident command software for healthcare facilities.
Sheri has worked closely with the intelligence community in the protection of Navy and DoD technologies as well as homeland security efforts. Additionally, she has several years of experience in security having served as an SSO for the Navy and Facility Security Officer (FSO) for The Kiernan Group and Kiernan Group Holdings where she also served as a consultant on various topics. She has organized local and regional security conferences as well as acting as technical advisor for OPSEC training videos for first responders. Other organizations in which she has been involved include Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), iKeepSafe Coalition, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk, Michel Vital Foundation, International Sustainability Fund and the American Heart Association.
In her spare time, Sheri enjoys spending time on the lake and flipping houses in her hometown of Louisville, KY. She has one son who is a double major in Political Science and Economics at the University of Kentucky.
|Brad Templin (AAE '14)||2015 - firstname.lastname@example.org|
Brad is a sales engineer with The Lee Company, a world leader in designing and manufacturing of miniature fluid control devices for a wide range of industries including aerospace, formula 1 racing, oil exploration, automotive and off-highway equipment and medical/scientific instruments.
He was born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago. Brad's desire to study engineering led him to Purdue University. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering in 2013.
For two summers Brad worked at Maurice J. Zucrow Laboratories under advisors Dr. Stephen Heister and Scott Meyer.
While at Purdue, Brad was a leader in the Greek community. As a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, he held positions on the executive board including Philanthropy Chair, Recruitment Head and Treasurer.
In addition, Brad was elected to the InterFraternity Council. Brad served as the Director of Philanthropy during his first term; following this term, he was elected Vice President of Operations. Brad’s two years on the council were focused on programming, with an emphasis towards improving and generating benefits provided to the average fraternity member.
Brad now resides in Detroit, MI where he is active in the Southeast Michigan Purdue Alumni Association. He is a proud Boilermaker and extremely hopeful for the upcoming Men’s basketball team. While not working, Brad enjoys training and competing in triathlons. As well, in the winter you can usually find Brad somewhere snowboarding.
|Sara Venn (IDE '04, MBA '16)||2016 - 2018||Sara.Venn@T-Mobile.com|
Sara Venn is a Senior Program Manager at T-Mobile USA in Seattle where she has been responsible for delivering various products and programs for the Business Sales, In Store Technology, and GoSmart Teams since 2009. Prior to T-Mobile, Sara worked as engineer in the medical device industry for Edwards Lifesciences in Irvine, CA and in product development/program management for Brunswick Corporation in Arlington, WA.
Sara graduated from Purdue University in 2004 where she received the Outstanding Senior in Engineering Award for the IDE graduating class. As a student, Sara served as Purdue Student Body Vice President and Chairperson of the Campus Safety Task Force. Prior to her senior year she also interned for the Navy at the Navy Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in Newport, RI. Additionally, she was heavily involved in PSG, EPICS, and worked as a waitress at Harry's to help pay for school. In 2012, she and her husband endowed scholarship in MSE to help support the next generation of Boilermakers. Most recently, Sara finished her MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in the spring of 2016.
In her spare time, Sara is an avid triathlete competing in a variety of distances, enjoys downhill skiing in the winter, and SCUBA whenever possible. Additionally, Sara has been an active member of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training, serving several seasons as team captain, as well as Girls On the Run where she served as SoleMates Chairperson and lead coach for multiple seasons. When not enjoying a sport or volunteering Sara can be found spending time with her golden retriever, Bailey, or enjoying a glass of wine with friends.
|2011 - email@example.com|
Lindsay Williams is an Associate at McKinsey & Company in Dallas, Texas. Lindsay graduated from Purdue University in 2010 with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Then, in 2015, she graduated with her MBA from Harvard Business School.
After graduating from Purdue, Lindsay joined Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati. She worked in their Customer Merchandising Solutions group designing displays and bundles for Febreze North America. Before this role, Lindsay worked full-time as a Packaging Modeling & Simulation Analyst, where she lead the packaging and packing equipment modeling globally for Soluble Unit Dose, Tide Pods. She had internships at P&G in chemicals manufacturing and Fabric Care new business development engineering.
Since 2011, Lindsay has served on the Purdue Engineering Alumni Association Board of Directors and currently serves as President Elect. An avid Boilermaker fan, Lindsay enjoys coming back to Purdue to support athletics as much as possible. While at P&G, she led P&G’s technical recruiting efforts at Purdue. Lindsay is an active member of the Purdue Alumni Club (past-Cincinnati; present-Dallas), United Way, and Girls on the Run. In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys traveling, running, yoga, and spending time with her friends and family.
While at Purdue, Lindsay served on the Purdue Engineering Student Council, even as president her senior year. Lindsay was a member of Mortar Board and Kappa Alpha Theta. Involved with the School of Chemical Engineering, Lindsay was a member of Omega Chi Epsilon and ChESAC.