“Innovation at Pratt & Whitney can
really change the world in terms of cleaner, greener products
and making engines to support rescue missions,” she said. “We can foster
innovation every day by working collaboratively with colleagues to overcome
challenges and find better efficiencies. Innovation is really what drives
World-changing innovations aren’t stumbled upon by chance – they are born out of unrelenting curiosity and determination of people who want to make things better. Nadine is inspired by her fellow colleagues and her father, who worked at Pratt & Whitney for more than 35 years.
“Back when I was in College of General
and Professional Teaching, my dad took me to a seminar he gave on turbo
machinery at a university. The seminar really opened my eyes to engineering and
the exciting ever-changing world of aerospace,” she said. “I specifically chose
industrial engineering because I wanted to know and learn about the key notions
of design, planning, optimization of production and manufacturing
processes. I'm motivated by solving complex operational issues and I love to
collaborate and accomplish big things as a team. That's really what drives me
to do my best every day.”
feels supported and empowered to reach her career goals by being engaged with
Resource Groups and taking advantage of resources available to her.
“Being engaged has helped me reach my goals and I feel empowered to reach my future goals as well. There are resources and initiatives available to help guide and propel your career.”
Every employee at Pratt & Whitney has an important role in developing and contributing to the long-term vision of aviation. If you believe it’s your responsibility to drive positive change while advancing the future of flight – join us. You’ll fit right in.
Check out what it’s like to work for Pratt & Whitney here and view our open engineering roles here.