After completing her degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering at the University of Warwick, Karen joined what was then British Steel, as a Logistics Graduate in 1992.
Working across a number of different departments over the last 29 years, Karen is currently working as an Integration Manager for Supply Chain. It has been quite a career for Karen, who has been able to successfully navigate being in a senior management position while raising her family – but it hasn’t always been easy.
Karen opens up about how it's vital to take time for yourself, the importance of prioritising your mental health, and how her own journey has made her a better leader.
Episode 10: “A modern manufacturing renaissance”
Episode 9: “Balance is not something you find, it’s something you create”
Build me up buttercup
It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it
The will and the way
School of thought
You pays your money and you takes your choice
Part of the problem or part of the solution?
Don’t mention the C word
Women of Steel S3 E3 - Barbara Evans
Women of Steel S3 E2 - Dr. Aimee Goodall
Women of Steel S3 E1 – Natalie Phillips
Women of Steel S2 E6 - Heather Rowland
Women of Steel S2 E5 - Natalie Young
Women of Steel S2 E4 - Rouha Hussaina
Women of Steel S2 E3 - Jo Evans
Women of Steel S2 E2 - Amanda Brady
Women of Steel S2 E1 - Susan Jones
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