Michelle Howard 18 Sept 2018 ASQ Dinner Meeting at Engineers Club

Michelle Howard, Regulatory Affairs Specialist at bioMerieux

Everyday Mentoring – A Community Benefit

Mentoring – for many this is just common fluff phrase, touted by HR or reserved for the executive suits. But for those engaged with an intentional mentor or mentee the impact is real and often life changing, although it may not seem like that the time. Almost everyone has been impacted by someone in their life who has acted as a mentor, be it for a moment, a season, or a lifetime, and it can change the trajectory of both individuals as well as future connections.


In today’s professional structure, mentoring may look different than traditionally expected; the ages may be switched, the seniority may be equal, the topics may flex between technical, professional, and personal. We’ll look at why and how to we engage in this investment into others and how the individual balances two hats of mentor and mentee.

Michelle Howard

Regulatory Affairs Specialist at bioMerieux, she has 10 years of previous quality and manufacturing experience in the medical device, biologics/pharmaceutical, and clinical industries.

ASQ St. Louis Section Monthly Dinner Meeting

Tuesday, Sept 18, 2018
05:30 PM – 09:00 PM Central

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