Charlotte Champigny
Charlotte Champigny
Director - Manufacturing Engineering, Nevatronix, LLC
Las Vegas, NV

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Charlotte has held various positions in the medical device, consumer electronics, and telecommunications industries. She is currently the Director of Manufacturing Engineering at Nevatronix, LLC, a world-class fully-integrated precision engineering company. Previously, she was a Senior Manufacturing Engineer at Greatbatch Medical (now a part of Integer Holdings Corporation). She has also worked on projects with several Fortune 500 companies. Her areas of interest include: lean manufacturing, DFM (design for manufacturability), process validations, and project management. Her engineering work has taken her to various regions of the US, as well as Mexico, and China. Charlotte is also passionate about getting young students interested in the areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and volunteers for the National Academy of Engineering. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering and Management as well as a Master of Business Administration degree.
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Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering and Management
Volunteer Opportunities
  • I am willing to serve as science fair judge or other temporary volunteer at a local school.
  • I am willing to be interviewed by interested students via email.
  • I am willing to answer written interview questions to be posted on the EngineerGirl website.
Latest Questions
  • Jessica

    Added Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 5:14 PM

    I'm in the high 70s/low 80s right now and it's not like I don't understand the content, it's just that my teacher's tests are very different from what we do in class. Should I still consider applying to any engineering programs if I am not strong in physics? I don't want to go into a program where I'll struggle and be in the bottom of my class for four years. Thanks!
    Answers 1
    Charlotte Champigny, Nevatronix, LLC
    Answered Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 12:20 AM
    Hi Jessica!
    I consider myself an average student and definitely not great in physics but I have a strong interest in problem-solving, hands-on mechanical projects, and math in general. These qualities make a good engineer. So in my opinion, you should ...
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  • 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, Nevatronix, LLC
    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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