Three women will talk about their careers and opportunities in science and technology fields in a free event open to the public.
VICTOR — Three women in science and technology fields will talk about their experiences at a “Women in STEM” event from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30 at the Finger Lakes Community College Victor Campus Center.
STEM is a reference to careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The event is free and open to all. Visitors are encouraged to RSVP at (585) 785-1100 or email@example.com. The Victor Campus Center is at 200 Victor Heights Parkway, off Route 251, west of the village of Victor.
Speakers are Mary Ann Rzeszutek, a high school math teacher with Monroe 2 BOCES and a trainer for Optimax Systems; Maggie Miller, a technology specialist at FLCC; and Tonya Mersinger, a business intelligence information analyst.
Rzeszutek has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Penn State and worked for DuPont and Eastman Kodak. After a period at home to care for her children, she got a master’s in education from Roberts Wesleyan College and began teaching.
Miller has a background in computing sciences and systems design. At FLCC, she designs custom integration solutions for software to improve functionality and the user experience. She also helps run a Girls Coding Club at Canandaigua Academy.
Mersinger graduated from FLCC in 2003 with an associate degree in information systems and has a bachelor’s degree in information technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She previously worked as a web developer for Genesee Valley/Wayne-Finger Lakes EduTech and a systems analyst and programmer for Rochester Regional Health.