Student at INDEK Master's program Industrial Management won this year's Female Leader Engineer

Published Nov 21, 2019
Antonia Dåderman

Antonia Dåderman who study INDEK Master's program Industrial Management won this year's Female Leader Engineer

The jury's motivation:

This year's winner has been a strong candidate throughout the process. She is an obvious leader with a visionary ability. With a genuine interest in the individual and the group combined with clarity when the situation demands it, she creates a sense of security with her employees. This makes it easy for us to see her in a managerial role at one of the partner companies. She is an exceptional communicator with a strong drive. She is a person who reflects on her adversities in her desire to constantly evolve. With her thoughtful presentation and confident appearance, she took the jury by storm.

About Female Leader Engineer:

The Female Leader Engineer program identifies newly graduated female engineers with potential for leadership roles in the future. The program aims to develop all participants and also serves as a unique meeting place between young women and Swedish industry. The program also serves as a selection process to nominate this year's Female Leader Engineer, and the winner receives a tailor-made trainee program at three industrial companies."

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