Women@Energy features Sandia’s Brooke Marshall Garcia, P.E. August 23, 2020 8:15 am Published by Admin This month, the Department of Energy’s STEM Rising initiative features a Q&A with Sandia National Laboratories’ civil engineer, Brooke Marshall Garcia, P.E. As a civil engineer, Brooke always enjoyed applying her math skills to address water management challenges. After several years as a private consultant in water resource management, she obtained an MBA from the University of New Mexico and began work at Sandia as a technology transfer professional, leveraging intellectual property developed by the laboratory to benefit the US economy. During her time at Sandia, Brooke has been involved in research including grid resiliency, neutron generator production, mechanical processes, and supply chain development. Embracing lifelong learning and combining her passion for energy studies, Brooke is currently studying at Johns Hopkins towards an MS in Energy Policy and Climate. She provides her dedication to service through a multi-faceted approach to addressing technical problems. Brooke models this approach for other women through her Sandia Women’s Action Network (SWAN) participation and co-mentoring with a group of women at Sandia. View more inspiring stories by women working in #STEM at Sandia National Laboratories and throughout the Department of Energy on the STEM Rising website. Tags: grid modernization, Grid Resiliency, Q&A, RDSI, STEM Rising « Previous Next » Comments are closed here.