Carol Shanesy Pg 33
Ky CIJIA STAR Copley News Service KKW YOHK -- "I went, into college with the idea of a liber- al arts degree. Hut after you're there n little while, some things appeal to you much more t others. And so 1 chose math." Carol Shanosy is silling at Uor large, modern desk In her bright, cheerful office at the New York City Hand Institute, She is one of five young hi this company who look time mil recently to talk about their jobs, all of which are t r a d ally considered in the male domain. domain. Ms. Slianesy Is a pro ((rammer analyst and consultant consultant on the company's largest urban program, the l''irc Project. In these days "f m i l i t a Women's Liberation, we some- limes forget that many such professional women, working ns engineers, programmers, economists, economists, are quietly paving the way for others. Women like Shanesy do not consider themselves themselves trailblazcrs; like her, they did not set out to do in a man's world, it simply happened because of a combination combination ot interests arid talent.