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Sandra Guerrero

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Grid Interconnections Project Man...

Southern California Edison (SCE)
Phone: (626) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Local Address:  Los Angeles , California , United States
Southern California Edison Company
2244 Walnut Grove Ave
Rosemead , California 91770
United States

Company Description: About Southern California Edison An Edison International (NYSE:EIX) company, Southern California Edison is one of the nation's largest electric utilities, serving a...   more
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  • B.S. degree , electrical engineering
  • Master's degree , Electrical Engineering
    University of Southern California
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Sandra Guerrero
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Sandra Guerrero was born in East Los Angeles and was raised in the San Gabriel Valley. By means of hard work, determination, and the support of her parents, Sandra went on to become the first woman in her family to attend college at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). While in College, Sandra was very involved in student organizations and learned the meaning of leadership. She graduated with a degree in electrical engineering.
Upon her graduation from CSULA, Sandra began working with Southern California Edison (SCE) as an electrical engineer. As an entry level engineer, Sandra dealt with matters related to local electrical power systems that supply electrical power to the SCE Industrial and residential customers. While working at SCE, Sandra continued her education by attending the University of Southern California where she earned her Master's degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Electrophysics.
She is now a power system planner with SCE. Sandra works 100% of the time on Renewable Energy (Green Technology) projects. In her job, she performs studies to find out how to properly connect new Renewable Energy projects to the SCE Power Grid. The SCE Power Grid is a network of power lines (cables) and associated electrical equipment interconnected together to collect and distribute electricity to SCE customers across 50,000 square miles in California. Sandra makes sure that the energy produced by the wind and the sun can be correctly connected and supplied onto the SCE Power Grid. The electrical power generated by the renewable energy projects she works on can provide electricity for up to nearly 7 million homes. One of the best parts about Sandra's job is that she gets to work at different locations, and travel all over southern California to make sure the new renewable energy power plants are built and connected to the SCE Power Grid according to plan. As there are more projects in the works that use green technology, Sandy needs to make sure that the projects are completed on schedule so that we can all have electrical power.
In her free time, an avid Dodger fan, Sandra enjoys going to Dodger games, but also makes it a point to make time to regularly go back to Cal State University, Los Angeles to mentor engineering students and to also go speak to local high school and middle school students to help encourage them to stay in school and to pursue technical careers.
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Sandra Guerrero
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Sandra Guerrero was born in East Los Angeles and was raised in the San Gabriel Valley. By means of hard work, determination, and the support of her parents, Sandra went on to become the first woman in her family to attend college at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). While in College, Sandra was very involved in student organizations and learned the meaning of leadership. She graduated with a degree in electrical engineering.
Upon her graduation from CSULA, Sandra began working with Southern California Edison (SCE) as an electrical engineer. As an entry level engineer, Sandra dealt with matters related to local electrical power systems that supply electrical power to the SCE Industrial and residential customers. While working at SCE, Sandra continued her education by attending the University of Southern California where she earned her Master's degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Electrophysics.
She is now a power system planner with SCE. Sandra works 100% of the time on Renewable Energy (Green Technology) projects. In her job, she performs studies to find out how to properly connect new Renewable Energy projects to the SCE Power Grid. The SCE Power Grid is a network of power lines (cables) and associated electrical equipment interconnected together to collect and distribute electricity to SCE customers across 50,000 square miles in California. Sandra makes sure that the energy produced by the wind and the sun can be correctly connected and supplied onto the SCE Power Grid. The electrical power generated by the renewable energy projects she works on can provide electricity for up to nearly 7 million homes. One of the best parts about Sandra's job is that she gets to work at different locations, and travel all over southern California to make sure the new renewable energy power plants are built and connected to the SCE Power Grid according to plan. As there are more projects in the works that use green technology, Sandy needs to make sure that the projects are completed on schedule so that we can all have electrical power.
In her free time, an avid Dodger fan, Sandra enjoys going to Dodger games, but also makes it a point to make time to regularly go back to Cal State University, Los Angeles to mentor engineering students and to also go speak to local high school and middle school students to help encourage them to stay in school and to pursue technical careers.
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Sandra Guerrero
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Sandra Guerrero was born in East Los Angeles and was raised in the San Gabriel Valley. By means of hard work, determination, and the support of her parents, Sandra went on to become the first woman in her family to attend college at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). While in College, Sandra was very involved in student organizations and learned the meaning of leadership. She graduated with a degree in electrical engineering.
Upon her graduation from CSULA, Sandra began working with Southern California Edison (SCE) as an electrical engineer. As an entry level engineer, Sandra dealt with matters related to local electrical power systems that supply electrical power to the SCE Industrial and residential customers. While working at SCE, Sandra continued her education by attending the University of Southern California where she earned her Master's degree in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in Electrophysics.
She is now a power system planner with SCE. Sandra works 100% of the time on Renewable Energy (Green Technology) projects. In her job, she performs studies to find out how to properly connect new Renewable Energy projects to the SCE Power Grid. The SCE Power Grid is a network of power lines (cables) and associated electrical equipment interconnected together to collect and distribute electricity to SCE customers across 50,000 square miles in California. Sandra makes sure that the energy produced by the wind and the sun can be correctly connected and supplied onto the SCE Power Grid. The electrical power generated by the renewable energy projects she works on can provide electricity for up to nearly 7 million homes. One of the best parts about Sandra's job is that she gets to work at different locations, and travel all over southern California to make sure the new renewable energy power plants are built and connected to the SCE Power Grid according to plan. As there are more projects in the works that use green technology, Sandy needs to make sure that the projects are completed on schedule so that we can all have electrical power.
In her free time, an avid Dodger fan, Sandra enjoys going to Dodger games, but also makes it a point to make time to regularly go back to Cal State University, Los Angeles to mentor engineering students and to also go speak to local high school and middle school students to help encourage them to stay in school and to pursue technical careers.
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Sandra Guerrero
University of Southern California
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As an undergraduate student at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA), Sandra Guerrero established that she was an exceptional student, in and out of class.As she worked toward earning a B.S. degree in electrical engineering, Sandra also honed her leadership skills in organizations like the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), IEEE, and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).During her term as president of SWE, membership increased and services like professional development workshops were initiated.The university recognized Sandra's spectacular leadership by presenting her with the Outstanding Student Organization President Award.
Today, the young engineer is employed by the Southern California Edison (SCE) in Los Angeles, where she continues to grow into an exceptionally well-rounded leader who sets high goals for herself, for her profession, and for her community.Now also a graduate student working toward a master's degree in electrical power systems, Sandra still makes time to lead.She co-founded a SWE Mentoring Program at CSULA to build stronger networks between students and alums.She has participated in a Latina History Day Conference, the Sally Ride Science Festival and a Latina Leadership Program for at-risk 7th and 8th grade girls at a nearby middle school.At work, Sandra was one of only seven engineers selected to participate in a 16 month Engineering, Planning, and Project Management Job Rotation program.She was also a member of a winning team for the Circuit of the Future design competition held internally at SCE.
As the first woman in her family to attend college, Sandra proudly credits her success to the determination and hard work modeled by a long line of resilient women in her family, including a grandmother who single handedly reared ten children, and her aunt and her mother, who immigrated to this country to support the family."Their struggles and tenacity inspired me to seek a higher education to develop a better future for myself ...
In 2006, Sandra Guerrero was awarded a HENAAC/Lockheed Martin Scholarship.She expects to complete her master's program by December 2007.
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Sandra Guerrero
University of Southern California
As an undergraduate student at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA), Sandra Guerrero established that she was an exceptional student, in and out of class.As she worked toward earning a B.S. degree in electrical engineering, Sandra also honed her leadership skills in organizations like the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), IEEE, and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).During her term as president of SWE, membership increased and services like professional development workshops were initiated.The university recognized Sandra's spectacular leadership by presenting her with the Outstanding Student Organization President Award.
Today, the young engineer is employed by the Southern California Edison (SCE) in Los Angeles, where she continues to grow into an exceptionally well-rounded leader who sets high goals for herself, for her profession, and for her community.Now also a graduate student working toward a master's degree in electrical power systems, Sandra still makes time to lead.She co-founded a SWE Mentoring Program at CSULA to build stronger networks between students and alums.She has participated in a Latina History Day Conference, the Sally Ride Science Festival and a Latina Leadership Program for at-risk 7th and 8th grade girls at a nearby middle school. At work, Sandra was one of only seven engineers selected to participate in a 16 month Engineering, Planning, and Project Management Job Rotation program.She was also a member of a winning team for the Circuit of the Future design competition held internally at SCE.
As the first woman in her family to attend college, Sandra proudly credits her success to the determination and hard work modeled by a long line of resilient women in her family, including a grandmother who single handedly reared ten children, and her aunt and her mother, who immigrated to this country to support the family."Their struggles and tenacity inspired me to seek a higher education to develop a better future for myself ...
In 2006, Sandra Guerrero was awarded a HENAAC/Lockheed Martin Scholarship.She expects to complete her master's program by December 2007.
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