Manasa Gavini

Manasa Gavini

Product Development Engineer, Parker Hannifin


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  • What I Do

    I am a Mechanical Engineer working at Parker Hannifin.

  • School Days

    Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nagarjuna University, India. And Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University Kingsville Texas, USA.

  • Best Part

    Being Engineer is being creative. The best part I like about being an Engineer is creativity. Creating something new from nothing and seeing it running in the real world.

  • My Family

    My Dad worked for Indian Space Research Organization ISRO for 33 Years as an Engineer. Mom is Stay home Mother.

  • Inspiration

     Abraham Lincoln life story, Dr.A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • Want to be an Engineer?

    Work Hard, be passionate, love what you do, if you fail once, NEVER give up... keep trying until you get what you want... 

  • Hobbies

    Astronomy is my hobby. I am a member of a local astronomy club.

  • Additional Thoughts

    In the future I want to see more female mechanical engineers.

Manasa Gavini is a Mechanical Engineer at Parker Hannifin. At Parker, Ms. Gavini is responsible for current product and aftermarket product designs of fuel filters for diesel engine applications. Prior to Parker, Ms. Gavini worked at Caterpillar as new product development engineer, where she worked on fuel injectors and forest machinery new concept designs and analysis. Ms. Gavini received a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University in Kingsville, Texas, and a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Bapatla Engineering College-Nagarjuna University, India. At Texas A&M University, she worked on one of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory projects, molten salt nuclear fission reactor research. Ms Gavini is also active member of the Society of Women Engineers and active participant in nonprofit organizations mission in encouraging young women to pursue careers in STEM. She is happy to answer any questions regarding Mechanical Engineering career choice.
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