Paola Zubiria

Toluca Edo Mexico, Edo de Mex, MX
Field of Work 
Manufacturing
Company 
Robert Bosch Toluca México
Job Title or "Student" 
Project Managment
Education 
Universidad Anáhuac
Degree 
Industrial Engineer
Education Level 
Masters
Profile Biography 
I’m Paola Zubiria. I’m from México City. I work at Robert Bosch Toluca.
Let me tell you what I have been doing for the last years at Bosch. I work in the area of transmission control that means I am in the manufacturing area and I develop the valve that spares oil when the gearbox changes from a gear shift. Is a really small product but it is really important for the car movement.
How did I get in manufacturing industry? I studied Civil Engineer I have always like math and physics because my Dad is also an Engineer and he always explained me how things function in an engineering view. I really enjoyed studying and when I started working my first years where in the Cement Industry and right there my point of view for engineer changed because I was in charge to delivery those trucks that have cement to the constructions it wasn’t that easy to have the lead time so I decided to make a master degree in Industrial Engineer and I learned much more that lead time. I learn about work time synchronization and that is my real thing so that’s why I got in Bosch working in manufacturing lines taking production as a real challenge.
I have also worked as a coach for first robotics competition. Is a real passion for me to develop physics projects and see them working.
So that’s a little bit of me I’m sure there are much more things to say and to learn
Interests 
Dance, Reading, Travel, Sports
Race & Ethnicity 
Hispanic or Latino
Level of Participation 
Field trip participation, Online role model, Summer camp visit
My Experience 
I have been a Role Model many times.
Availability 
Evenings, Weekdays
Resources 
Career exploration activities, Fun demonstrations or materials, Hands-on activities for students
Program Affiliation 
SciGirls

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