Next Week – 2 STEM alums speak through Professional in Residence Program

Our Professional in Residence program brings back alumni to speak to students about their careers and give advice.  Next week we are excited to have two such events. Please join just to hear their stories, ask questions and explore possibilities.  Deb Meshulam will talk about her career at various Biotech companies and Charles Wartemberg will use his strong storytelling skills to talk about Product Management and Marketing in the STEM world.

Deborah Meshulam – Careers in Biotechnology

Tuesday, March 9, 12:00 – 12:50

Deborah Meshulam. Deb has served as Vice President of Operations since 2019 at Scholar Rock, a biotechnology company located in Cambridge, MA where “we eat, sleep, and breathe good science”. She has over 30 years of experience in biotechnology in the development, engineering, and manufacturing areas. She previously held a variety of leadership positions at ImmunoGen, BioTransplant, and BioGen. Deb Meshulam is a double Jumbo, she received her Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Masters of Science degree in Life Sciences, both from Tufts University.

Deb has also offered several spots after her main talk for individual career conversations with students who are interested in pursuing a career in biotechnology. These networking sessions will be offered on a first come first served basis. To schedule a 20-minute, 1-on-1 conversation with Deb, please upload your resume and select an available time through this link:


Charles Wartemberg – Careers in Product Management and Marketing

Thursday, March 11, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Charles Wartemberg is both an engineer and a storyteller, Charles is currently a Product Manager working on helping employees discover, connect, and grow at Microsoft. In this role, he leads product design, development, and global implementation, in partnership with stakeholders from Engineering, Design, Services, and LinkedIn. His experience has included Product Management and Product Marketing roles on products within Xbox, Windows, and Office. Prior to Microsoft, Charles worked at Amazon in Seattle and McMaster-Carr Supply Co. in Chicago, IL. Charles received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University in Medford, and an MBA with a concentration in Statistics, Econometrics and Managerial & Organizational Behavior from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. As a proud Ghanaian & African, Charles is passionate about technology and mentoring. As a lifelong learner with a bias for action, Charles’s mission is to lead innovative products, and to unlock the potential of the next-generation.

By Robin Kahan
Robin Kahan Associate Director, Engineering Career Services Robin Kahan