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Delia Grenville will be awarded at 2015 Women of Color STEM Conference

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Baltimore/ Detroit (BlackNews.com) — Delia Grenville, Corporate Strategy, Innovation & Platform Engineering, User Experience Architect for Intel Corporation will be named Technologist of the Year at the 20th Annual Women of Color STEM Conference.

Delia Grenville is a research scientist, technology strategist, and program manager with a stellar Fortune 200 track record driving large-scale technology change that enhances competitive position, revenues, and market share. Grenville is the inventor of six digital content technologies with patents pending, technologies that allow consumers to filter content streaming to their televisions via the Internet and provide the ecosystem to advertise and enhance the content viewing experience.

Involved integrally in the community and external business world, she co-founded Designing Me, an organization that seeks to steer professional women into executive and leadership positions. The Got Strategy workshop she co-created assists junior and mid-level professionals in setting and executing a career strategy.

Grenville holds Ph.D. and Masters degrees in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech, where she specialized in Human Factors Engineering and Management Systems Engineering. Her undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering is from Queens University at Kingston, Ontario.

Supporting its new initiative #STEMISAGIRLTHING, the Women of Color STEM Conference brings women of all backgrounds and nationalities together to celebrate the STEM industry. This national conference is attended by industry professionals, recruiters, speakers and trainers, along with rising seniors and students seeking encouragement and guidance. Seminar topics focus on technical innovation, career training, professional development, managerial leadership, and diversity and inclusion. Since its 1996 origin in the nations capital, the conference has been paving the way for the advancement of women in traditionally underrepresented science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.

Co-hosted by Consumers Energy and General Dynamics, The Women of Color STEM Conference will host its 20th Anniversary at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan from October 15-17.

For more information, visit www.womenofcolor.net

About Women of Color STEM Conference
The Women of Color STEM Conference is a yearly conference that provides a unique forum for women in STEM to network, share ideas, discuss current training and professional development challenges, and inspire next generation women in STEM.

About Women of Color Magazine
Women of Color Magazine is published by Career Communications Group (CCG), the leader in celebrating diversity and promoting equal opportunity for minorities and women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). CCG provides leadership in talent management and career development, enabling employers to recruit, retain, and recognize highly qualified employees.

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