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To commemorate Women’s History Month, which is celebrated annually in March, we’re spotlighting several outstanding women colleagues at SK. From helping our customers meet the growing demand for consumer electronics and AI to developing life-changing biotherapeutics, these women are helping SK drive for better and create a stronger tomorrow.

Read below to get to know Jennifer Gooch from SK Siltron CSS and learn what energizes her about interacting with all of SK Siltron CSS’s employees and how she’s helping develop a semiconductor training program to bring talent to her area!

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Jennifer Gooch, Training & Development Specialist at SK Siltron CSS

Can you tell us a bit about your path to SK? What brought you to your current role?

I started with CSS about six years ago as the Office Administrator and quickly became integrated into the processes. From there I took on additional responsibilities as the Document Administrator as well as the business’s Training Coordinator. I am currently CSS’s Training & Development Specialist. I enjoy my current role because I get to interact with all our employees, help them learn our processes, and pave the way for their success with the company.

What has been your proudest achievement at SK?

One of my proudest achievements here at SK would be implementing our ISO 14001 & 45001 standards in just four short months. I was fortunate to share the workload with my mentor and continue to partner with him to maintain our certifications. Our ISO commitment shows our customers, vendors, and community that CSS is committed to Environmental, Health, Safety, and the sustainability of the future.

What types of projects or initiatives are you most excited to work on in the future?

At SK Siltron CSS, I am looking forward to partnering with our local colleges to help develop a semiconductor training program to help bring talent to the Tri-City area – and create a career development training program for existing employees so they can grow with the company.

What’s your best piece of leadership advice that you would share with other women at SK?

SK is great because of our diverse group of employees. Don’t be afraid to get involved, be confident, and bring everything you have to the table.

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