TU Dublin Building ESTeEM Explore Creativity in Engineering, IT and Apprenticeships
Join Building ESTeEM for a webinar exploring the creative side of a career in Engineering, IT and Apprenticeships.
Three panellists are going to chat to Building ESTeEM mentees about why creativity is important in these industries and the exciting careers that students could aspire to in these dynamic sectors. Moderated by Amy Moles of Mastercard, the event will be opened with a keynote by Dr Keith Sutherland CEng FIEI, Head of Electrical Engineering Services and Energy Management, TU Dublin. Amy Rowe will be joined by Clodagh Brady of Amazon and Brendan Feeney from Eaton Intelligent Power.
Amy Rowe is a Software Engineer in Mastercard’s Dublin Tech Hub. She joined Mastercard in the Internship Programme in 2018 and returned as a graduate in 2019 as part of the Launch Graduate Programme. She is now a member of both the Intern and University Engagement Committees here in Dublin.
Clodagh Brady started in Amazon Web Services as a graduate in 2015 from TU Dublin Kevin Street, terrified of what was ahead of her. But, within five years, she was managing to specialise in DevOps and worked her- way up the ladder to become a manager of the Linux team at AWS Premium Support. While working with her own team, she also became part of a team that now runs a graduate program here in TU Dublin.
Brendan Feeney is a Senior UX Product Designer at Eaton, a power management company with a long history of electrical hardware and components. Based within Eaton’s Data Interaction Team (DIT), he collaborates with internal teams to facilitate ideation, problem-solving and help shape the strategic direction of products and services. This work ranges across a whole product lifecycle, from project inception to market releases. His skillset includes workshop facilitation, visualising ideas, mocking up conceptual user interfaces and producing interactive prototypes and design guides to support successful development builds. A designer of many years, he originally studied and worked as an architect for a few years before retraining and moving into the world of User Experience Design.