Alumna Named "Woman to Watch"

Alumna Named "Woman to Watch"

Alumna Named "Woman to Watch"

Mass High Tech, The Journal of New England Technology, has picked Julianne Zimmerman, M.S. ’96 aerospace engineering, as a 2006 “Woman to Watch.”

Zimmerman is director of business development at GreenFuel Technologies, which has created a system for reducing carbon emissions.

Her nomination letter details her duties at GreenFuel, where she took over managing the fabrication and delivery of the company's first field trial system, which was installed in August 2005 at a power plant in the southwestern United States.

“Her leadership during this intensive crunch period enabled GreenFuel to deliver impressive results on time and established the company as an important new entrant in the energy industry,” the letter states.

Zimmerman is among nine other women who have been selected throughout the New England region as notable and accomplished "up and comers" in their fields.

February 14, 2006


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