Women in Electronics is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the professional and personal development of women in the electronics industry. Today they announced a sponsorship with Octopart, a provider of intelligent tools that streamline engineering workflow and enable fast decision-making. The Octopart platform is one of the industry’s leading search engines for electronic components and industrial products.
Octopart’s VP of Business Development Jane Fischetti said of the sponsorship, “From its founding, Octopart has been and continues to be a diverse organization which believes strongly in gender parity and its impact in the workplace. Our ideals are closely aligned with those of Women in Electronics, and we’re excited to show our support of the WE community and its ideals, however we can.”
“Women in Electronics is a grassroots organization, working alongside our members and sponsors to drive our message of unity and equality. By partnering with an organization like Octopart, which services the global supply chain, Women in Electronics has the opportunity to expand our reach and bring our voice to new audiences across the world,” said Founder and President of Women in Electronics Jackie Mattox.
Women in Electronics offers gratitude to Sponsors: Amphenol, Arrow, Avnet/Newark, AVX, Cornell Dubilier, Digi-Key, KEMET, Octopart, TE Connectivity and TTI Family of Companies.