We've been featured in a couple articles and podcasts about our story. Check them out below!
Click on the link to access the interview with Sanya as she talks about what inspired her to go into STEM, Career Advice and much more! Here's a snippet:
Q: How are you showing the industry that women are challenging the status quo?
Sanya: I have always had a dream of being a strong female pillar within a male dominated industry and with my training and background, I am trying to make that happen. I want to spread the message that even though you are female, you can make a strong impact and contribution to the engineering community especially in the Caribbean. Apart from destroying myths that a reliability focused company launched in the Caribbean can be run by a female engineer, I think that we are coming into the age of open-mindedness where a lot more people pay attention to the value that you bring to the table rather than your gender.
Also check out the feature for Women's Month done by Re.engineer!
"Sanya Mathura is a trail blazer. She is paving the way for women in maintenance, engineering, and entrepreneurship – all at the same time."
Check out our article with Upkeep Maintenance Management
Here's a link to our podcast: Oil Analysis & the importance of Condition Monitoring
The episode highlights are:
- Why organisations should be concerned about lubrication
- How to identify degradations in lubricants
- Common types of lubricant degradation
- The impact of failing lubricants
- Best practice for storage and testing lubricants
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Sanya was featured as "Empowering Pumps Industry Person of the Week"!
The interview covers how she started working in the field, what she loves most about her job and some career advice.
Check out the details of the interview here.
Charli K. Matthews interviews the Empowering Pumps & Equipment 2020 Industry Person of the Year, Sanya Mathura MLE, about engineering asset management, how she got started in the industry and more about her career in maintenance and reliability. Check out the interview here.
Sanya chats with Kathleen Nelson as she shares the stories of ordinarily extraordinary women that work in different areas of STEM.
They cover the launch of Sanya's first book and gain some insight into growing up in Trinidad.
Check out the link here!
Sanya gave a webinar with Fluke Reliability which talked about understanding lubricants and why they degrade. Here's a blog about the webinar given entitled, "Breaking down lubricant degradation by failure mode for reliable oil analysis".
Here's a snippet, "From the time the lubricant enters a piece of equipment, it starts degrading as part of its function, Mathura says. “The question is: when has it degraded to the point where it can no longer protect the system?”"