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Women in STEM

In honor of this year's International Women in Engineering Day, we want to introduce you to some of our inspiring women at SLB. Discover how their passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is ensuring a sustainable future for all.


Hello, I'm Taya!

"From a young age, my parents always instilled in me to share knowledge in order to make a positive impact in the community and beyond.  Now I’m part of several external foundations to help mentor future talent. I am also the President of our internal Employee Resource Group, Black Organization for Leadership and Diversity. It is in diversity of thought that the necessary innovation in energy can happen and as Global Sales Manager in Emission Management, I am committed to driving innovation today for a better tomorrow. Read my story here.”

Hello, I'm Caitlin!

"My work as a Mechanical Engineer involves continually improving our tools and providing technical solutions to complex challenges. When I was at university, I got the SLB Women in Technology Scholarship from the University of Bath and completed several internships with the company. When I realized that at SLB I could work on cutting-edge technology while having a borderless career I was hooked! Watch my video interview here to find out more about my career to date."

Caitlin Young

Hi, I'm Nour!

"I work as Field Engineer in Kuwait, which involves programming, monitoring, and troubleshooting the technology we use in operations. This role has been challenging but my team has supported me, and I have always felt my opinion and ideas were heard and appreciated. It is the diversity of the work and the people that first drew me to SLB and now I look forward to managing my own team one day! Learn more about my journey with the company here."

Achieving gender balance has been an ongoing focus for SLB for over 25 years. When we first started our gender balance journey in 1994 women represented 5% of the company. Today, SLB is on track to reach an interim milestone of 25% women in its salaried workforce by 2025 and is setting the next milestone of 30% by 2030 to continue to progress.

The company’s initiatives around gender balance are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #5 and #10. Learn more about the company’s workforce diversity here.