Clarke and Concordia Engineering and Technology Initiatives Inc. C&C, is non-profit 501C3 service organization formed to build a necessary workforce pipeline to address the employees skilled and ready to work in the career fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Our organization was named after two engineers from the 1900s who contributed greatly to engineering and technology. With our mission being to inspire young minds in our country to become innovators, to go back to what our country was founded on, we thought it was only natural to put some engineering frontrunners from the past in our name.
Charles Concordia was a noted American electrical engineer specializing in electrical power engineering and the early history of computer hardware His early engineering work concerned television and detecting cracks in railway rails by magnetic field measurements.
Edith Clarke was the first female electrical engineer and the first female professor of electrical engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. She specialized in electrical power system analysis and wrote Circuit Analysis of A-C Power Systems.