Molly Lebowitz
Molly Lebowitz
Business Analyst, Intel Corporation
Portland, OR

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  • Why did you choose engineering?

    A bachelor’s degree in engineering has a lot of power in a highly competitive job market. It is one of the only majors you can graduate with and be virtually guaranteed a job right away. And environmental engineers are in demand everywhere in the world. I was able to choose exactly where I wanted to live—Seattle!

  • Where did you go to school and what degree(s) do you have?

    B.S. in biological and environmental engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. I started as a biology major, but switched programs to combine engineering with natural sciences and research. It took me a while to figure out what I wanted, but I found it in the end.

  • What do you like best about being an engineer?

    It’s such a versatile field. Engineering is all about problem solving, and a good problem solver is useful to every field in the workforce - academia, business, research and development, tech - you name it! Engineering is a door to a limitless career. 

  • Describe something about your life outside of work: your hobbies, or perhaps a favorite book.

    I’m embarrassingly addicted to Sudoku.

  • Please tell us a little about your family.

    I have a wonderful partner and son who inspire me every day to do great things! 

Molly has worked in the environmental field as a consultant engineer, helping industrial clients to comply with environmental regulations and doing preliminary design work on environmental projects. Molly has also run a program to teach engineering and robotics classes for kids in the Seattle area with Play-Well TEKnologies. Currently, Molly is a Business Analyst at Intel Corporation, guiding the business strategy behind the Enterprise Data Center transformation!
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