Women in Engineering 21

Established since 2016 our events have been empowering women to pursue their career aspirations despite the gender imbalance within those sectors.
Women make up only 12% of the engineering workforce in the UK.
Every year our aim is to reduce the gender gap and increase both gender and ethnic diversity into the engineering industry amongst generation Z.

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Continuing to deliver an incredible event virtually this year, making the event as inclusive and wide-reaching as possible.

Filming from our event home, The IET, 2 Savoy Place, London and broadcasting live to the comfort of your homes, universities or favourite hangout spot.

As the world begins to open back up, why not get together with your society mates or course peers to enjoy the event socially? We would love to see your group selfies and comments during the event.

What a line up!

2021 Speakers

Hear from the awe inspiring Neera Kukadia & Ella Podmore who will share their journey and offer insights to empower you to follow your career aspirations and make a real difference in equalising the gender balance in this typically male-dominated industry.

Laura Fox is back for her next Linkedin masterclass “How to Elevate your Professional Brand with Content”. You can watch Laura’s 2020 masterclass sessions on demand: How to create & improve your Linkedin brand identity & Successfully network with industry mentors and employers.

Panel discussion: Our employer panel span several sectors: WSP, GSK, BP & Mott MacDonald. This is a great opportunity how you can use your engineering degree within their organisations. Find out more on their application processes, office culture, career progression, etc. Get ahead and email your question to us

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Event sponsor WSP & Employers GSK, Mott MacDonald, BP, Capgemini & MBDA  will be delivered excellent insights into their organisations. This is a fantastic opportunity to ask your specific questions to them in the speed networking session.

Event partner – The Institute of Engineering & Technology (The IET) find out how you can get involved with the Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2021/2022.

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Read more about our speakers:

Ella Podmore – Materials Engineer
Ella Podmore is a Materials Engineer for luxury British supercar maker McLaren Automotive. She is responsible for all the material investigations in the business across all development phases of the company’s supercars; from concept drawings, all the way to customers in the field. Balancing her time between experiments and leading technical meetings, Ella created this department from the ground-up and plans to demonstrate the importance of materials in the automotive industry even further. 
As the leading STEM ambassador for McLaren, Ella helped launch the recent competition McLaren Automotive ran with BBC Blue Peter asking children to design their ‘supercar of the future’ and was one of Autocar’s Top 10 ‘Rising Star’ in 2019.
Winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) award “Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2020” (YWE) Ella wants to continue to use her platform to “encourage the next generation of engineers and scientists to push the boundaries of what’s possible.”
Check out Ella’s winning YWE profile video

Neera Kukadia – Project Engineer
Neera is a Project Engineer at Transport for London, working on the Elephant and Castle Station Capacity Upgrade Project. She joined TfL on the mechanical engineering graduate scheme where she completed rotational placements. Neera rolled off into the Major Projects Directorate where she has since worked on some of TfL’s most exciting projects that will positively impact London.
Neera achieved Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the IMechE in 2019, where she now mentors a mechanical engineering graduate at TfL.
Neera aims to improve diversity in the engineering industry, where her focus is to work with girls schools in less represented boroughs within London.
Neera was recognised as one of the top 6 IET Young Woman Engineers in the UK in 2020, and was a finalist in the Young Woman Engineer category for the 2019 Women in Construction and Engineering Awards.
Check out Neera’s winning YWE profile video

Laura Fox – MD at Linkedin Fox
Following the popularity of her workshops at last years event, Laura is returning to coach you on how to elevate your professional brand with a simple yet effective approach to content.
Laura has worked in Marketing & Advertising for 19 years. After seven transformational years at LinkedIn, Laura now runs her own LinkedIn Consultancy helping companies to leverage LinkedIn to support Hiring, Marketing, Sales and to elevate their brand.
Check out Laura’s LinkedIn masterclasses from last year:
Session 1: Creating a Professional Brand by covering the LinkedIn Profile essentials.
Session 2: Build trusted relationships and stay top of mind through content.

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Women in Engineering 2020
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