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The 2002-2003 Black Engineer of the Year Awards program has named Tracy Mack 98 a Modern Day Technology Leader. The Black Engineer of the Year Awards were established in 1986 to recognize men and women of color who have achieved great success in their careers. Modern Day Technology Leaders are recognized as those who will shape the course of engineering, science, and technology in the future.
Mack is a harmony engineer with the Harmony and Human Factors Department at General Motors. She began work at GM in Computer Aided Engineering, where she received recognition for creative innovation and high performance.
Mack has also been active in volunteer work with the Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program, the Society of Women Engineers, GMs Women in Engineering initiative, and as a corporate liaison to universities, including Rensselaer. Last year, she was the keynote speaker at Rensselaers Design Your Future Day program, which introduces 11th grade girls to career options in engineering, science, and technology.
Mack, who earned her bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer, is pursuing a masters in engineering at Purdue.
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