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Welcome to the Science Summit at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA77)

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Juliana Dagnese

Manufacturing Quality Integration Engineer at John Deere
UNITAR Global Diplomacy Fellow, Class 2022

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Juliana Dagnese has more than ten years of experience as Quality Engineer within multinational manufacturing company. Currently, she works as a Quality Integration Engineer at John Deere Des Moines Works in Iowa, where her role is supporting the manufacturing and quality needs for order fulfillment processes, supplier quality and product delivery process within Crop Care and Special Harvesting factories. She is a creative and innovative leader who is diplomatic, focused on process improvement and results-driven, has great communication skills, talented for building and maintaining relationships and global networks.
Juliana completed her bachelor’s degree in Material Science Engineering in 2008 and graduated M.Sc. in Material Science and Metallurgical Engineering degree from Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in 2012. She also holds a certificate in International Trade and Commerce with UCLA extension.
Besides living in Brazil and United States, Juliana also lived in Germany during her engineering school and during her master’s studies where she worked on research projects in cooperation with Lehrstuhl für Polymere Werkstoffe at University of Bayreuth and Stiffitung Institut für Werkstofftechnik at University of Bremen.
Since 2011, Juliana is an active member of Society of Women Engineers (SWE), a non-government organization that, for more than seven decades, is dedicated to supporting women engineers and technologists in the STEM field career. Back in 2012, she started a SWE local chapter at the John Deere Factory in Brazil. Thanks to her commitment, the Brazil chapter has grown significantly – Per 2021 SWE report, Brazil region reached 10 Affiliate groups out of 82 total around the globe. From 2019 through 2022, Juliana worked as an active member of the SWE Membership Committee as Global Membership Work Group lead, providing meaningful contribution on advising the SWE Board of Directors on membership matters, and assisting in proposed strategic membership programs. Currently, Juliana is part of the SWE Membership Committee as FY23 chair elected.
Juliana’s passion for gender equality advocacy on STEM field and the impact of her actions on the communities around her, led her to take a next step regarding pursuing knowledge on the field of diplomacy and science diplomacy. In April 2022, Juliana awarded a certificate with the Global Diplomacy Initiative Programme with United Nations Institute for Training and Research, New York.

Tuesday, September 13

11:00am EDT

Thursday, September 15

2:00pm EDT

Monday, September 19

8:30am EDT

Monday, September 26

9:00am EDT

Tuesday, September 27

9:00am EDT

12:00pm EDT

3:00pm EDT

4:00pm EDT

Wednesday, September 28

2:00pm EDT

Thursday, September 29

9:00am EDT

Friday, September 30

2:00pm EDT