October 20, 2017

Meet The Faces Of SWE 2017

We asked a few women who will be attending the Society of Women Engineers Conference on October 26-28th what their career development and progression experience has been like as a women engineer at Ingersoll Rand. See what they had to say!

Alexis Johnson, Account Manager

The best part about working for Trane is Trane’s dedication to investing in their people. I’ve been able to attend Trane’s 6-month Graduate Training Program, internal development conferences, and external conferences such as the annual Society of Women Engineers conference. I’ve grown in technical knowledge, soft skills, and leadership skills. It is important to work for a company whose culture focuses on growth and investment into professional development. Trane and Ingersoll Rand embody that culture!

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Katie Davis Vice President Engineering Excellence

I have been a part of the Ingersoll Rand family for 11 years, and my opportunities for development and progression of my career have been endless.  I have had exceptional growth opportunities in Operations, Engineering and IT as an engineer and a business leader.  Ingersoll Rand’s leadership development programs, such as the MBA Program or the Executive Leadership Program, include effective and meaningful coaching and mentoring, and they offer leading edge instruction for a sustainable, relevant career for years to come. 

Cyndi Bray-McDaniel, Plant Manager, Global Integrated Supply Chain

I came to Ingersoll Rand over 20 years ago as a manufacturing engineer.  Since that first job, I have held roles like production leader, manufacturing engineering leader, quality leader, operations leader, and now I am serving as a plant manager. My first plant manager role was with Thermo King in Hastings, NE.  My second plant manager role was with Trane Commercial in Pueblo, CO and now, I am the plant manager of our Residential HVAC site in Trenton, NJ with over 1100 employees producing furnaces and coils for our customers.  I’ve been able to hold numerous positions that have allowed me to learn and contribute in many ways.  I am thrilled with Ingersoll Rand as a company and have always received strong support from my employees, my peers, and my leadership.  

Hillary Halstead Director, Engineering and Project Process Excellence


Ingersoll Rand has provided many opportunities for development throughout my 16 year career at the company including managing people and projects of increasing responsibility as well as the unique opportunity to work part time while my kids were young. In addition to professional development, I thoroughly enjoy being involved in a multitude of STEM outreach, sustainability, and Health Progress activities sponsored by Ingersoll Rand.

Interested in a career with Ingersoll Rand? Take a look at our open roles here.