You wrote in the email addy topic, I get the He reference a lot and I'm a girl. Not an issue, used to teach engineering graphics applications when girl wasn't the norm. Took more than a name to prove myself way back when. We've come a long way on both sides. Again, sorry about the mistake.
This is so timely, you'll love it! My late father was a Civil Engineer. My son is a Civil Engineer. My son has begun doing geneaology and has been asking me a lot of questions about my dad. My dad died when my son was only 5, and he knows the two of them are a lot alike because I'm like my dad. He see's his granddad as being the Angel on his shoulder who guided him through his major and college.
Anyway, since my son is privvy to other Engineers in this state, he contacted a few of my dad's co-workers last week! I was so excited!
Get this. One of his co-workers who is quite a bit younger than my dad, told my son that when he was hired, my dad took him, and other new employees to meet the "woman Engineer!"
The guy said my dad was just thrilled that women were gettinhg into Engineering and he would go out of his way to make sure new employees met her. LOL