About Us

IEEE-USA INSIGHT is a free, online newsletter published by IEEE-USA staff and volunteers. IEEE-USA InSight features timely, concise, informative and authoritative articles, essays and opinion pieces on the career and policy issues that are affecting the careers of U.S. IEEE members, as well as the issues shaping the modern technology professional’s workplace. Articles fall within within one of the following four categories:


Career topics may include, but are not limited to: tips for conducting a successful job search, communicating effectively, negotiating salary, building management skills, gauging and maximizing individual or team performance, effectively utilizing social media, networking for success, strengthening engineering skills and competencies, the benefits of professional licensure, learning about patent and trademark protections, identifying and learning more about innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities, and sharing successful business practices.


Examples of policy topics include: high-skills immigration, patent reform, research and development in the federal budget, comprehensive energy policy, communications policy, cybersecurity and privacy, U.S. innovation and competitiveness, and ensuring a top-notch technology workforce to ensure prosperity and security in the United States.

InFocus (formerly @IEEE-USA)

IEEE-USA INSIGHT will also include articles on IEEE-USA’s core activities, products & services and events, including recurring columns on volunteer leaders, reviews of new IEEE-USA E-Books, IEEE-USA’s government relations activities, the student’s voice, young professional activities, new products and services, conferences and events, webinars, and other relevant topics.


Informed opinions and editorials are invited from thought leaders within and outside IEEE on topics that are affecting the lives and livelihoods of U.S. technical professionals.

Staff Contacts

Greg Hill
Managing Editor, IEEE-USA Insight

Georgia C. Stelluto
Editor, InFocus Category

John Yaglenski
Director, IEEE-USA Communications & Public Awareness