Getting Ourselves in Check! Balancing the Scales of Leadership
Cassandra Rambo
June 10, 8am PDT

“Emotion Management and Business Success”
Colleen Stanley
June 17, 8am PDT


Book Club
“The Code Breaker”

June 21 
11am PDT







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 EDS Leadership Summit 
The Mirage, Las Vegas, NV 
August 30 – September 2, 2021

ECIA Executive Conference
Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel
 24 - 26, 2021

WE ECIA Executive Luncheon
October 26, 2021

6th Annual Leadership Conference
“Growing Forward”
March 15-17, 2022
Hyatt Mission Bay San Diego

Messe Munchen
Nov. 8 – 11, 2022  


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June 1, 2021

Hello WE Family and Friends,

Yesterday America honored the many men and women who lost their lives while serving in the U.S. military. WE would like to acknowledge all of the freedoms that our military fights for on a daily bases and the soldiers (and their loved ones) that have been impacted by the ultimate sacrifice. We hold you in our thoughts and prayers and forever grateful for the service to our country!

While not an official federal holiday until 1971, Memorial Day and its earlier predecessors have been commemorated in the United States since the 19th century. As we reflect back on the contributions of those who’ve served our country, WE would like to take a moment to recognize eight female soldiers who changed the course of the US military. From Cathay Williams, the first black female to serve in the U.S. Army and the only known female Buffalo Soldier, to Captain Kristen Griest and Lieutenant Shaye Haver, the first two women to complete Army Ranger School and earn their Ranger tabs in 2015, these soldiers broke barriers and paved the way for the many women in uniform today. 

As of 2019, Military.com reports women now comprise 20% of the Air Force, 19% of the Navy, 15% of the Army, 9% of the Marine Corps populations, and approximately 10% of all veterans are women. 

Thank you to all men and women who serve in uniform!


Join us for our 2nd Annual Virtual Walk to support women’s health in the month of June! All proceeds will be donated to the Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research. 


“Emotion Management and Business Success”
with Colleen Stanley

Thursday, June 17, 8am PDT

Hard-selling skills are important, but so too are emotional intelligence skills. Improve your emotion management to achieve greater success.


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“Getting Ourselves in Check! Balancing the Scales of Leadership”
with Cassandra Rambo

Thursday, June 10, 8:00am PDT

Explore the 7 levels of leadership, and how to build a framework to help you determine if you are reacting or responding!


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REGISTER NOW! Q2 Theme: “Cutting Through the Chaos with Clarity and Confidence”

US Polling Questions Results:

  • Have you re-assessed your career goals since the beginning of the year? 52% Yes; 48% No
  • Are you actively working on overcoming your personal barriers? 76% Yes; 24% No
  • Does your manager know your career goals? 72% Yes; 28% No

Let’s re-assess our career goals now that we are mid-year, keep working on personal barriers, and communicate our aspirations to our managers.

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Congratulations to Heather Fulara for being promoted to Director, IP&E at Newark Electronics, an Avnet company. Heather also serves as a valued Advisory board Member helping to build our global footprint and strategy.

Save the Dates!

Women in Electronics will be hosting a Reception at EDS in Las Vegas, August 29 from 3:30-5:30pm PDT for WE members, sponsors, and supporters. Invitation has been sent.  

Questions? Please contact us at: [email protected].

A WE Luncheon will be held October 26th at the conclusion of the ECIA Executive Conference in Chicago. 


Managers, learn about these three myths about disengaged employees here.

Allergy season 2021 seems particularly worse than past years, but is it in your head? According to allergists, the answer is no. This season’s pollen is not only heavier, but sticking around longer. 





Inflation fears seem to be calming this week with market rebound  – see chart of the S&P 500 forward earnings over the past 25 years HERE along with the weekly market stats.


Explaining a job gap on your resume? Improve your chances of landing that interview by understanding the right ways and avoid the wrong ways of addressing employment gaps HERE.

Lynn Torrel from Flex gives her input on strategies for success for a career in Supply Chain. Read HERE

Account Manager Position from JJM Search

Inside Sales Agent at Avnet

As early as middle school up through postdoctoral studies, women become increasingly underrepresented in STEM-related programs and studies. What do these numbers reveal about ongoing gender disparities?


When implemented responsibly and wisely, DEI (Diversity/Equity/Inclusion) becomes a mindset 
verses an initiative, where the individuals and the overall corporate entity thrive together.

“Heroism doesn’t always happen in a burst of glory. Sometimes small triumphs and large hearts change the course of history.”
– Mary Roach

Make it a great week!

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