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Oceaneering is devoted to creating a talented, diverse, and inclusive workforce. The Women in Technology series, presented in partnership with the Oceaneering Women’s Network, highlights the women contributing to our company’s technological advances. In this series, we discover what makes their jobs rewarding and what advice they have for the next generation of engineers.

Libby Rejman

Oceaneering Women in Technology Series: Libby Rejman

Libby Rejman is the software manager for the Oceaneering Technologies (OTECH) group headquartered in Maryland. In her position, Libby finds it most rewarding when she sees her ideas come to fruition.
Sheila Lee

Oceaneering Women in Technology Series: Sheila Lee

Sheila Lee is a software engineer in Oceaneering’s OTECH division. Her interest in engineering started as a child. She later attended a science and technology-focused high school. It was there she discovered what interested her.

Oceaneering Women in Technology Series: Oma Ejilemele

Oma Ejilemele is a mechanical engineer on Oceaneering’s Small Vehicles team. Oma originally came to Oceaneering as an intern. Early on, Oma had set her career sights on becoming an architect before deciding on engineering.

Oceaneering Women in Technology Series: Kaoutar Sahmoudi

Kaoutar Sahmoudi is a mechanical engineering intern for the Oceaneering Technologies (OTECH) group headquartered in Maryland. Kaoutar finds it most rewarding when she can see what she’s created come to life and serve its purpose.
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Oceaneering Women in Technology Series: Amanda Croan

Amanda Croan is a software engineer for the Oceaneering Technologies (OTECH) group headquartered in Maryland. In her position, Amanda finds it most rewarding when she sees the final product of her and her team’s efforts.  
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Company page Since our founding in the early 1960s, Oceaneering has expanded and grown globally to service several industries such as the offshore energy industry, defense, entertainment, material handling, aerospace, science, and renewable energy industries. In 1964, Mike Hughes and Johnny Johnson formed a Gulf of Mexico diving company called World Wide Divers. The company grew in response to increasing demand for their services and in 1969 merged with two other diving companies to form Oceaneering International, Inc. To solve the toughest challenges, we do things differently, creatively, and smarter. As your trusted partner, our unmatched experience and truly innovative portfolio of technologies and solutions give us the flexibility to adapt and evolve, regardless of market conditions. Our mission is to solve the unsolvable. We thrive by creating industry-changing technically creative solutions for the most complex operational challenges under water, on land, and in space. Our five core values establish a common culture and demonstrate what is most important for us as a company. Since the beginning, the company has transformed from a small regional diving company into a global provider of engineered products and services. Today, we develop products and services for use throughout the lifecycle of an offshore oilfield, from drilling to decommissioning. We operate the world's premier fleet of work class ROVs. Additionally, we are a leader in offshore oilfield maintenance services, umbilicals, subsea hardware, and tooling. We also serve the aerospace, defense, and theme park industries. Underpinning everything we do, safety is not only the foundation of our core values, but it is vital to our unmatched performance record and company culture. The industries we serve are as diverse as they are complex. Whether we are engineering deepwater umbilicals or developing robotics for aerospace applications, the safety and health of our employees, vendors, and customers is an integral part of our day-to-day business. If we are working, then our responsibility is to be working safely. Since our inception in 1964, we have placed a high value on employee safety—from diving services and subsea inspection to vessel-based installation operations. We have and will continue to evolve not only our health, safety, and environmental (HSE) processes, but those of the industries in which we work. Although we have been fatality-free since 1999, our HSE journey goes beyond statistics. As our portfolio of services has grown, we have continued to prioritize and advance our approach to HSE.