Charlotte Champigny
Charlotte Champigny
Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Greatbatch Medical (2007-2015)
Portland, OR

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Charlotte has held various positions in the telecommunications, consumer electronics, and medical device industries. Most recently, she was a Senior Manufacturing Engineer at Greatbatch Medical in Beaverton, Oregon. Previous to that, she was a Manufacturing Program Manager at EchoStar in Englewood, Colorado. She has also worked on projects with several Fortune 100 companies. Her areas of interest are: Lean Manufacturing, DFM (Design for Manufacturability), and Process Validations. Her engineering work has taken her to various regions of the US, as well as Mexico, and China. Charlotte comes from a family of engineers who provide her with endless inspiration. She grew up watching her father, an Electrical Engineer, work on the first generation IBM computers and her brothers followed a similar path into engineering. As a mother of a toddler, Charlotte joined EngineerGirl to help spark interest in young girls in the areas of STEM. She was born and raised in the Philippines where she earned her degree in Manufacturing Engineering and Management from the prestigious De la Salle University, Manila. She is currently a full-time MBA student at Western Governors University.
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Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering and Management
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Latest Questions
  • Yuyuyu

    Added Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 3:15 PM

    Students considering engineering as a career must be interested in both technology and management, as all engineers end up in management positions. is it true or false?
    Answers 1
    Charlotte Champigny, Greatbatch Medical (2007-2015)
    Answered Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 3:15 PM
    Great question! Interest in technology would be very helpful to a student considering a career in engineering but not necessary. My interest was in math, not so much in technology and I have been quite happy with my choice to be an engineer. As for ...
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