27 episodes

The podcast where Engineers Come to Connect, Learn, Grow, and Get Inspired. On every episode, Engineers, Managers, Technical Experts, or Industry Leaders from various disciplines will be featured to share their story and experience, uncover various engineering career paths, and inspire Engineers to do more and be more.

Engineers Hub Podcast Mamadou Diallo

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The podcast where Engineers Come to Connect, Learn, Grow, and Get Inspired. On every episode, Engineers, Managers, Technical Experts, or Industry Leaders from various disciplines will be featured to share their story and experience, uncover various engineering career paths, and inspire Engineers to do more and be more.

    Ep 27 – Electrical and Systems Engineering with Bobby Haynes

    Ep 27 – Electrical and Systems Engineering with Bobby Haynes

    On this episode of the Engineers Hub Podcast, Bobby Haynes joins us to discuss the path that led him to studying Electrical Engineering and ultimately pursuing a career track as a Systems Engineer.
    Bobby has always had an interest in math and electronics and initially majored in Computer Science. However, his interest in electronic hardware and lack of interest in programming led him to pivot to a BS in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Bioelectrical Engineering instead. He then pursued and completed a Master of Engineering focused on Human Systems Engineering and currently works at BAE Systems. 
    Outside of work, Bobby is heavily involved with the National Society of Black Engineers, currently serving in a leadership role, and aspires to make engineering more accessible to minorities and people of color. 
    You can connect with Bobby Haynes on LinkedIn by Clicking Here. 
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    Ep 26 – From A Roller Coaster to Civil and Structural Engineering with Jay Garth, P.E.

    Ep 26 – From A Roller Coaster to Civil and Structural Engineering with Jay Garth, P.E.

    On this episode of the Engineers Hub Podcast, Professional Engineer Jay Garth joins us to discuss his career thus far and the lessons he’s learned along the way. 
    Jay’s interest in Engineering was sparked as a young boy after witnessing and experiencing the Millennium Force roller coaster at the Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. From thereon, he aspired to building a structure just as magnificent and realized that a degree in Civil Engineering would give him the skills to do so. He proceeded to study and obtained a B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering and currently works as a Structural Engineer, where he designs framing for building systems ranging from small homes to multi-story hospitals.
    Jay also designs residential properties on a part time basis and has a YouTube channel where he shares valuable information for homeowners and engineers alike. 
    You can connect with Jay Garth on LinkedIn by Clicking Here. 
    You can checkout Jay’s YouTube Channel by Clicking Here.
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    Ep 25 – Drafting, P.E. License, and Quality Control with Brian Wagner, P.E.

    Ep 25 – Drafting, P.E. License, and Quality Control with Brian Wagner, P.E.

    On this episode of the Engineers Hub Podcast, Professional Engineer Brian Wagner joins us to discuss his career thus far from starting out as a CAD drafter to the unorthodox path that led him to pursue and eventually become a licensed professional engineer. 
    He currently works as a Senior Associate for a Land Development Firm and speaks on multiple engineering-related topics, including quality control. He is the host of The Engineering Quality Control Podcast and on this episode also shares with us a framework that is very useful for any project wherein quality control is paramount. 
    You can connect with Brian Wagner on LinkedIn by Clicking Here. 
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    Ep 24 –Industrial & Systems Engineering to PhD in Engineering Education with Fatima Kebe

    Ep 24 –Industrial & Systems Engineering to PhD in Engineering Education with Fatima Kebe

    On this episode of the Engineers Hub Podcast, PhD Candidate Fatima Kebe joins us to discuss her engineering career thus far from starting with a BS Degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering to now pursuing her doctorate in Engineering Education with a focus on Senegalese Youth in non-formal learning settings. 
    Fatima first discovered engineering while in high school through one of her many extracurricular activities. That discovery led her to pursuing a BS Degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering at The Ohio State University and working for Ford after graduation as an Industrial Engineer. She eventually pursued and completed her MS in Engineering Management at the University of Michigan and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Engineering Education at Virginia Tech. 
    Outside of work and her studies, she enjoys spending time with her family and remaining involved in her community. She has been serving as the Vice President of Programs at SenEcole for over 4.5 years, where over 850 middle school, high school, university students, and mentors have participated thus far in the annual robotics competition
    Connect with Fatima on LinkedIn by Clicking Here. 
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    • 36 min
    Ep 23 – Big Data Analytics, Enterprise Architecture, The Metaverse, and Much More with Fru Louis N

    Ep 23 – Big Data Analytics, Enterprise Architecture, The Metaverse, and Much More with Fru Louis N

    On this episode of the Engineers Hub Podcast, Author and Technology Adviser Fru Louis N. joins us to discuss Big Data Sourcing, Analytics, and Storage, Enterprise Architecture, the Metaverse, and the role played by Sales Engineers in not only educating their clients and solving their problems, but also serving as Antennas that are at the forefront of the technological innovations happening in real time. 
     Fru started his career as a developer after studying Mathematics and Computer Science in College. From there, he obtained his Masters with a focus on Enterprise Architecture before eventually transitioning into his current multifaceted career working not only as a Sr. Sales Engineer, but also as an Adviser and Consultant.  
    During our conversation, Fru explains the importance of data in our world, how this data is managed and stored, and what could be coming in the near future. He also gives us his perspective on the Metaverse and its potential implications moving forward. This was a great conversation that is engaging to experts and novices alike.  
    Outside of work, he enjoys hiking and traveling, and also spending quality time with his family.
    Connect with Fru on LinkedIn by Clicking Here. 
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    • 51 min
    Ep 22 – Structural Engineering, Business Growth & Scaling, and much more with Scott Harvey-Lewis, PE

    Ep 22 – Structural Engineering, Business Growth & Scaling, and much more with Scott Harvey-Lewis, PE

    On this episode of the Engineers Hub Podcast, Licensed Professional Engineer and Business Executive, Scott Harvey-Lewis, PE, joins us to discuss his career starting as a Structural Designer to now serving as the VP of Engineering at Engineering Express. 
    During our conversation, Scott shares his journey rising up the ranks from a Structural Designer to obtaining his Professional Engineering license, transitioning into an industry that allowed him to capitalize more on those soft skills, and leading the growth of offices with revenues in the multimillion dollars. He also touches on the external factors as well as traits and skills required in order to scale and grow. 
    Additionally, Scott discusses the importance of self-awareness, knowing one’s strengths, and positioning oneself in a manner that capitalizes on those strengths. He shares valuable information on how anyone listening can work on improving their soft skills, and discusses his philosophy when it comes to negotiating personally on things such as salary and when it comes to dealing with clients. 
    Outside of work, he enjoys spending quality time with his family and physical activities such as weightlifting, swimming, and biking. 
    Connect with Scott on LinkedIn by Clicking Here. 
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    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

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13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Skinsboirj ,

Tremendous!

Absolutely great content that gives tremendous insight on numerous engineering disciplines. You get an inside look at the behind the scenes work being done by leaders within the field to change the world. This is also a platform for engineers to get inspired and motivated to push for more.

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