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Linda McInally earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech in 1979. Linda’s career with Dow Corning spanned 30 years centered on operations, with positions in process engineering, product development, finance and most recently, several roles in manufacturing leadership.
Paula graduated from Michigan Tech in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering. In 1999, she earned her MBA from Columbia Business School in New York with a focus on Strategic Management. After graduation from Michigan Tech, Paula worked for Amway Corporation in Ada, Michigan as a Process Development Engineer. Paula's primary role was the scale-up of Personal Care and Skin Care products, though she also . . .
Samantha Neirby is about to go where mostly men have gone before. The US Navy has chosen Neirby—who is finishing her chemical engineering degree this spring at Michigan Technological University—to train to serve on a nuclear submarine. She will be just the third woman Naval officer ever recruited from a college or university to serve on a sub.