Engineer Megan Kennedy-Pierce and another Kohler Co. employee kneel on the floor by a robot they're helping build.

Inspiring the next generation of engineers.

Engineer Megan Kennedy-Pierce hopes to pass the “engineering bug” to her mentees.

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Megan Kennedy-Pierce can’t remember ever wanting to be anything besides an engineer, and she’s inspiring other young people to follow in her path. Megan is a quality project engineer in our generators division. She loves the variety of work her job provides and problem solving, which is good considering the backup-power products she works on are quite complex.

The perfect outlet for her engineering enthusiasm, Megan has become a mentor for future engineers. She volunteers for a Sheboygan-area robotics club, for which her team won Rookie All-Star Award in the 2016 competition, and leads job-shadow tours—from operations to product development areas—to show the diversity of engineering careers at Kohler.

“The sooner students gain exposure to real-life working environments, the sooner they can gain the insight and confidence to make informed decisions regarding their career path after high school,” she says.


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