Tetra Tech celebrates our women innovators who are Leading with Science® to create innovative solutions and solve our clients’ most complex challenges around the world.

Diversity and inclusion are among Tetra Tech’s core values. We promote gender equality and foster a supportive environment where inclusivity is expected and prioritized. We value the contributions of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) across Tetra Tech’s global operations—from our leadership team and top technical experts to early career professionals. At Tetra Tech, women are building strong teams and creating smart solutions.

Tetra Tech provides opportunities for women to expand their professional growth at every stage of their careers. Tetra Tech’s Professional Women’s Network provides a monthly platform for issues that affect women in the workplace, encourages women at any stage in their careers to ask questions about topics of concern, and connects them with mentors across the company. Women are represented at higher levels than industry average in Tetra Tech’s annual Leadership Academy corporate professional development program. The program prepares project managers to better manage both their projects and employees, as well as enhance their leadership skills to better serve their clients.

Tetra Tech’s commitment to advancing the numbers of women in the industry extends to encouraging girls and women who aspire to enter STEM fields. As part of Tetra Tech’s STEM Program outreach efforts, we hope to spark an interest in STEM among girls. Tetra Tech employees support many girl-focused STEM initiatives, including international all-girls schools in developing countries, girls’ science clubs, and STEM programs for Girl Scouts. Our program also includes career presentations for high school and college students interested in careers in STEM, including activities specifically focused on young women.

To learn more about the contributions of the women of Tetra Tech around the world, follow our #INWED19 and #WomenInSTEM campaigns on social media.

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#TtInspires: Laureen Abustan, Civil and Environmental Project Engineer

#TtInspires: Laureen Abustan, Civil and Environmental Project Engineer

Making a difference for people and the environment through engineering

#TtInspires: Candice Au-Yeung, Civil Engineer

#TtInspires: Candice Au-Yeung, Civil Engineer

Seizing opportunities to learn and mentor in the civil engineering field

#TtInspires: Megan Hanrahan, Structural Engineer

#TtInspires: Megan Hanrahan, Structural Engineer

Using structural engineering expertise to design sustainable infrastructure for California

#TtInspires: Alexandra Der, Mechanical Design Engineer-650

#TtInspires: Alexandra Der, Mechanical Design Engineer

Using mechanical engineering to provide innovative, sustainable solutions to improve the environment

#TtInspires: Priyanka Varshney, Engineer-in-Training

#TtInspires: Priyanka Varshney, Electrical Engineer-in-Training

Expanding electrical engineering expertise through challenging projects and team work

#TtInspires: Paula Chou, Mechanical Designer

#TtInspires: Paula Chou, Mechanical Designer

Designing mechanical systems that have a positive impact on the environment

Lida Hedayat reflects on the success of an Afghan women’s development program.

#TtInspires: Lida Hedayat, Governance and Women’s Leadership

Reflecting on her contribution to a women’s leadership program in Afghanistan