Nesli Kohen
Nesli Kohen
Supply Manager, Unilever
New York, NY
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  • Chantelle, Bangkok asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Monday, July 4, 2016 at 8:23 AM

    Hi Nesli, I read your 'day in the life' as a chemical engineer and wanted to ask a few questions. I've been quite interested in science and maths for my entire life. I've gone to choose physics and chemistry as course choices for my junior and senior years in high school. With my love for chemistry, I just thought that it would be interesting to study chemical engineering in college. I was wondering what kinds of industries chemical engineers work in. If I do not opt for an MBA later (because ...
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  • Khushbakht, Pakistan asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Monday, February 22, 2016 at 6:13 AM

    Hi Ma'am, I want to join Unilever after my graduation. Yet I am in final year of chemical Engineering, Please guide me how can I achieve my this goal?
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  • Kate asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Saturday, July 11, 2015 at 10:10 PM

    Hi! I am interested in becoming a chemical engineer like you. I am a junior in high school and have begun to look at colleges. I was wondering how important where you graduated from college is when applying for a job in the chemical engineering field. Also, how did you find a job after graduating? Thanks!
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  • Lourena , London asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Monday, August 11, 2014 at 8:53 AM

    Hi Miss Nesli Kohen, I am a student of A levels in London, however, I am not studying the right subjects for a direct entry in Engineering, Chemical that would be. I looked into foundation courses which would take me an extra year to complete. I absolutely love Chemistry and out of all sciences it was the one I did the best at. Do you think I should pursue Engineering or that I am completely out of my league. I also noticed that you get to travel as part of your job, something that I am also ...
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  • Eve, Saskatoon asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 1:25 PM

    Hi Nesli, I'm a second year chemical engineer and I'm in a bit of a pickle. I really want to work in the food industry, similar to what you've talked about with the ice cream and such. Unfortunately, I can't go into being a biochemical engineer, because I did not take high school biology. Is it still possible to work in this field with just a "normal" chemical engineering degree? I'm quite interested in the design and development of food products. Thanks in advance. -Eve
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  • Lili, Florida asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 11:36 AM

    Hi. My name is Lili, and I am a senior looking forward to chemical engineering as a major. I was wondering if you have any personal opinion about the career. I love chemistry and math but sometimes physics gets hard. Would i need to be good in physics? It is not like I am bad at it, but I am a little worried because of the engineering part... Any suggestions? I am glad I found more people interested in chemical engineering.
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  • Sona, Livonia, MI asked Nesli Kohen, Unilever

    Added Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 6:41 PM

    Hi Nesli! My name is Sona. I'm a junior in high school in MI, and I've been having a really hard time deciding what career to pursue. After doing some research, I found that the engineering field is very male-dominated and I am a pretty big feminist so it interested me. Plus, I love math! I like science as well, but not a big fan of biology! After reading your daily routine, I found that I would LOVE to have a job like yours! The fact that you are more on the business side of things is ...
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    Nesli Kohen, Unilever
    Answered Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 6:41 PM
    Hi Sona, In order to work in the food business, you do not have to be an engineer. It really depends which side of the business you want to be at. If you want to be on the formulation and manufacturing side, you do need the technical education. ...