Women in Tech

In this series, we showcase curious, creative, and problem solving women working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Here, they share their career path, goals, and their strategies for finding success while working in an area where women are underrepresented.

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Technical Safety BC CEO bringing humanity to technology

Anyone who has worked with Catherine Roome will tell you she is far from a conventional business leader. Throughout her career, she has been passionate about breaking new ground on many fronts, from promoting women in engineering to using artificial intelligence to enhance safety.

Women in Tech: Soyean Kim

Soyean is Leader of Research and Analytics at Technical Safety BC. Here she shares her experience working in tech and her views about diversity in the industry.

Women in Tech: Doris Li

Meet Doris Li,  M.Sc. and a data scientist at Technical Safety BC. As part of the Research and Analytics team, Doris leverages advanced analytical skill sets, including machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), to help our clients work more safely and help improve safety of all stakeholders in BC.

Women in Tech: Yuling Chen

Yuling Chen is a Boiler, Pressure Vessels Safety Officer at Technical Safety BC. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in process engineering at Zhengzhou University of Light Industry in China and a diploma in mechanical engineering at Durham College in Ontario, Canada. Here, she shares a little about her career and the inspiration behind it.