Cisco-Eagle Engineer Amanda Miller Honored At Women In STEM Conference

Miller designs material handling systems

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Amanda Miller with STEM award

During the February 2020  Women In STEM Conference Tulsa courtesy of the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance, Cisco-Eagle Design Engineer Amanda Miller was honored for her ongoing engineering achievements.

Women in STEM awardThe Oklahoma Women in STEM Conference, sponsored by the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance, offers a leading platform to cultivate relationships, share in diversity, and bring new perceptions to the advancement of women in STEM. This conference strives to create an inclusive environment for all participants to envision a future in STEM and embrace innovative opportunities. Each year, the conference celebrates women in STEM fields who have shown leadership within their organization, their industry and in our community.

Amanda Miller, an employee-owner at Cisco-Eagle, was honored at the conference.

As a systems integration engineer since 2013, Amanda works with our a range of manufacturing, warehousing and distribution companies to help them store, handle, assemble and process work across a broad variety of applications, ranging from complex storage rack applications, c to order picking conveyor systems with advanced technologies to safety and space utilization projects.

Amanda has a reputation for creating and implementing solutions for complex materials handling projects. As the lead engineer on the EDC Distribution Center upgrade, she helped Educational Development Corporation meet high order volumes and increase customer service demands by creating a new order fulfillment system.

She spearheads the solutions required to solve each implementation and shows no fear when a tough decision or change is required on a large variety of industrial applications.

“We’re committed to supporting our female employee-owners in the STEM and Technical Sales fields,” Cisco-Eagle President Darein Gandall states. “Amanda embodies the everything you could want in an engineer, and we are honored to have her receive this award.”

About Oklahoma women in STEM

As a part of the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, Oklahoma Women in STEM (OKWiSTEM) connects women and girls with access to events, programs, and mentoring opportunities. Through education and inspiration, the group focuses on key ages in which girls tend to lose interest in STEM and connects them with brilliant women in science, technology, engineering, and math fields.

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