Kjzal KaldiKjzal Kaldi Student/Industriell ledning och innovation/UU/Uppsala Kjzal studied social science in high school and at the time, she had no plans to pursue engineering. However, thanks to previous work experience she knew she wanted a job with varying tasks. Mechanical engineering with a specialization in Industrial engineering and production at Jönköping University provided her with the combination of both engineering and economics, international possibilities and preparation for future leadership roles as an engineer. Now she is doing an international Master in Industrial Leadership and Innovation at Uppsala University. Kjzal is the project manager and in charge of overseeing all of Womengineer’s activities.
Sofia SundbomSofia Sundbom Student/Industrial Engineering and Management/LTH/Lund Sofia had her heart set on Lund long before she had decided what to study. When she eventually discovered the program Industrial Engineering and Management she packed her things and got on a train down to Skåne. Since then she has been involved in many projects such as the university career days and Engineers without Borders. She loves meeting new people and at Womengineer Sofia is responsible for contact with high schools as well as the Womengineer’s Friends network.
Maria DavidssonMaria Davidsson Student/Industrial management/LiU/Linköping Maria is interested in both technology and business, which was the reason for choosing to study industrial management. She is studying mandarin in parallell because she strives for an international career. During her first year of studying engineering her interest in computer science and foremost programming was discovered. On her free time Maria loves to go horseback riding to create harmony in her everyday life. At Womengineer Maria is responsible for web development.
Aroshine MunasingheAroshine Munasinghe Student/Computer science/KTH/Stockholm Leaving the west coast for the capital is nothing Aroshine regrets; at KTH she combines studies in Computer Science with extracurricular projects. Previously, piano playing and competitive swimming took up most of her time. Today however, she is an expert at bringing out high school students’ inner problem solving skills and digital talents. At Womengineer Aroshine is in charge of business relations.
Ylvali BuschYlvali Busch Student/Industrial management/KTH/Stockholm
Frida CaballeroFrida Caballero Student/Computer science/KTH/Stockholm
Hannin MushehidHannin Mushehid Student/Samhällsbyggnad/KTH/Stockholm Hannin applied for her studies in Civil Engineering and Urban Development because she wanted to do math, work with sustainability, and thought construction sounded exciting. Today she is very pleased with her choice. During her studies, she has been involved in other projects such as being the student representative for the faculty renewal group at KTH. She has also spent time working as a tutor and math teacher for high school students. At Womengineer, Hannin is responsible for interviews with female engineers.
Sony JonssonSony Jonsson Student/Molecular Biotechnology/UU/Uppsala Technology has always been Sony’s strong suite and something she has wanted to work with in the future. When she eventually began her studies in Molecular Biotechnology at Uppsala University she felt right at home, content not only with her education but also with Uppsala as an exciting student city. Outside the classroom Sony enjoys photography and videography and at Womengineer she manages the organization’s social media.
Jessica KarlssonJessika Karlsson Student/Engineering Physics/KTH/Stockholm Jessika studies Engineering Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, but for her this was not an obvious choice. After graduating high school she started a degree in law but soon realized it was not the right fit. She enjoys challenges and is therefore also studying Economics at Stockholm University. This gives her a broader range of knowledge which she hopes will eventually lead to a job abroad. Jessika writes the blog Mer än bara böcker and is also in charge of Womengineer’s finances.
Sara LindgrenSara Lindgren Student/Technichal Design/CTH/Göteborg After three and a half years of studying medicine Sara decided to switch tracks and become an engineer. Her interest for design led her choose the program Technical Design – a useful combination of creative designing and problem solving engineering tasks. In her free time Sara enjoys doing yoga and spending time with her friends. Sara is in charge of Womengineer’s brand image as Art Director.