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Mabelys Rodriguez is a senior manufacturing engineering technician at EMC Corporation. She is a Six Sigma Yellow Belt with more than 13 years of experience in qualification processes.
Back in 2000, she joined the GAME Quality team at EMC. A self-starter by nature and always looking for self-improvement she went on to hold challenging positions at EMC and currently her team is responsible for a variety of technical and engineering-related tasks to ensure quality standards are met before the product gets to market.
As a Hispanic professional woman, she enjoys mentoring and sharing some of her knowledge and skills with others. Four years ago, she started teaching Spanish to coworkers interested in learning a second language. This is an in-house initiative from the Ellit/ EMC Latin Leadership Interest Team in which Mabelys is a member of the board of directors as part of the Professional Development Directors.
Mabelys strives to continue growing as a professional by creating short and long term goals. One of the goals she is currently working on is to obtain the position of software developer as she really enjoys coding and has been working in several projects related to this field.
She graduated from The University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus with a bachelorís degree in business administration with a minor in computer science. In 2005, she completed a master's degree in software engineering from Brandeis University.
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