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Sep 11, 2018
Textron Systems Jenna Laube recently took a position Textron Systems as an EHS Engineer. Before her move, Laube was one of five women senior project engineers at Groundwater & Environmental Services out of hundreds of employees worldwide. Eight states. One of five women. Those were the statistics that set Laube apart from her peers when she was a Senior Project Engineer for Groundwater & Environmental Services (GES). At the young age of 32, Laube was one of five women senior project engineers at GES out of hundreds of employees worldwide. Her engineering licensure extended across eight states – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia and the District of Columbia. Her expertise had not gone unnoticed. Known to her clients as highly knowledgeable, Laube was selected by the Vice President of Engineering at GES to assist in reviewing BP’s environmental remediation systems in the U.S. and internationally. Her technical skills and dedication to her career earned her five promotions in eight years. “I’m a consistent and dependable team player and regularly get requested for projects. My clients know me as a highly knowledgeable and responsive consultant they can trust to make decisions on their behalf and ensure regulatory compliance,” she said. But she also knows when to humbly acknowledge her lack of expertise by identifying gaps and expanding her knowledge, when necessary. When she was not designing equipment and treatment systems to clean up underground oil spills, Laube worked to develop future female leaders through the Junior League of Baltimore. She regularly volunteers with environmental nonprofit organizations such as Blue Water Baltimore. She is also a trained crisis counselor and volunteers for the Crisis Text Line, as well as the Safe House of Hope to combat sex trafficking.