My path to being a professional in biomimicry
After obtaining three degrees in engineering (Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering, Master of Science and PhD in environmental engineering), I went back to school to learn from nature and expand my approach to problem-solving. I enrolled in the Biomimicry MS program at Arizona State University. Along with having an MS in biomimicry, I am a certified Biomimicry Professional through Biomimicry 3.8. Through these two programs, I learned from the world's pioneers, thought leaders, and experts in the practice of biomimicry for R&D and Social Innovation.
After over a decade of research in environmental engineering, I joyfully embarked on a path as a representative and scientist in the field of biomimicry. I love the work that I do at Johnson & Johnson and dream of a world in which companies use biomimicry more often than not to effectively and sustainably solve our grand challenges.
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