Jacquelyn Adams

Jacquelyn Adams earned her BS in Computer Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. She is the founder of Ristole, an engineering consulting company which transforms corporations through employee development. As an IEEE Senior Member, Jacquelyn serves as the vice-chair of IEEE's Continuing Education program. She has received local and national recognition, including "Top 40 Under 40," "Outstanding Young Alumni," "Entrepreneur Achievement Award," and "Outstanding Women in Business." Jacquelyn's "Lessons on Leadership" column shares leadership hacks based on her experiences as a Peace Corps Volunteer, corporate engineering trainer, and serial entrepreneur.   

Jacquelyn’s Columns

Jacquelyn's Webinars & Other Media

Networking Pro Tips

Take your networking skills to the next level by applying these leadership hacks. Learn about the importance of having an engaging bio and how to craft your own professional networking introductions.
Date Recorded: 1-22-20

Own the Room - How to Exude Executive Presence

Even though many people are afraid of public speaking, effective communication is a key skill in business. A successful presentation can be a career-defining moment.
Date Recorded: 9-19-19

IEEE Tech Talk: Ep. Two

IEEE Tech Talk interviews Jacquelyn about the importance of communication skills for technical professionals. Learn how Jacquelyn entered the engineering consultancy world, how her time in the Peace Corps influenced her training style, and how you can keep your skills current.
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