Kate Trevey, Nana Fotsch Director of the Fotsch Innovation and Engineering Leadership Development (FIELD) Center, was named to BizTimes Milwaukee’s list of Notable Women in STEM.
Trevey leads university-wide efforts to develop the leadership capacity of future innovators and change agents. Leading the Fotsch Innovation and Engineering Leadership Development Center, she creates programming for undergraduates, lifelong learners and corporate cohorts of engineering talent.
In 2014, Trevey co-founded the Excellence in Leadership (E-Lead) program with Dr. Kris Ropella, Opus dean of the Opus College of Engineering. Originally layered on top of the regular engineering curriculum, E-Lead has developed into a three-year curricular innovation leadership development program for undergraduate students across disciplines at Marquette.
Trevey is a Marquette alumna, having earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from the College of Business Administration.
Notable Women in STEM is part of BizTimes Milwaukee’s Notable series, which recognizes leaders in the southeastern Wisconsin business community.