As the Director of Cybersecurity, I lead a team of engineers and analysts protecting DCP Midstream from cybersecurity threats. Additionally, I served for more than 26 years in the United States Air Force. I have traveled throughout the world to include Iraq, Jordan, Brazil, South Korea, Djibouti and Italy.
I was born in Wyoming and moved to Colorado when I was a young girl. I attended college at Regis University in Denver and graduated with a degree in Biochemistry. During my career I have done cancer research, made radioactive drugs/isotopes to detect cancer, made synthetic hemoglobin = fake blook. I also worked in a predominantly male field for 10 years in airline catering where one department was 99% male workers. I am now a leader in my department for Charlotte’s Web.
Im Devany De La Torre, a first generation student at the University of Colorado Denver studying Construction management. I hope to be a project engineer for a couple of years and then move into a project management position. I am in my last year of my bachelors degree and will graduate in May of 2024.
My name is Hannah and I graduated from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with a degree in civil engineering last May. I now work as a municipal engineer at WSB, which means that I help with street and pipe projects in different cities throughout the Twin Cities area. I chose this career path because I really enjoyed my STEM classes growing up and wanted a job where I could make a direct impact on my community.
I grew up on a farm in a poor family in southern Colorado. I worked hard in school, went to college and got an Electrical Engineering degree. Since then, I’ve worked for companies that did all sorts of things – railroads, airlines, manufacturing, oil and gas, and now mining. I have had the opportunity to travel the world for work, meet lots of interesting people, and learn things that I would never have seen if I had stayed on the farm.
I was born and raised in Bolivia. Six years ago, I left my family and architecture career behind and moved to Denver where I married my husband, and not too long after, became a mom to a beautiful baby girl. Years later, once my daughter started school, I decided to kickstart my career by studying Construction Project Management at MSU Denver, something that turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I say this because aside from learning so much by completing my degree in CPM.
I am an IT Program Manager with a passion for solving problems and achieving valuable outcomes! I have a Communications degree, which licenses me to do nothing… but offered me the opportunity to explore different types of roles. I ended up finding my niche in technology; I lovingly have coined my calling as a Geek Translator. I am not a technical resource, however, I understand systems and how they work together. I am a leader that brings organization to technology efforts.