The Female Engineer
I am a 29 year old Engine Development Engineer for JCB after a career change from wielding spanners as a motorcycle mechanic. I’m passionate about sharing my story and give an insight into what it’s like being a female engineer in the UK.
Never let anyone dampen your inner fire, chase your passion and build a life that you can’t wait to wake up to everyday.
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So here we are again, in the midst of another lockdown in the UK and facing minimal signs of optimism about the year ahead… It has taken me a while to find the right words to put down for this post; I had hoped to be able to review lessons and achievements from last year…
As we are heading firmly into the winter in the UK, the campsites are closing and the roads are starting to be covered in grit. Both of these are bad news for us campervan owners, as it generally signals the end of the season…if you can call it that this year! For my latest ‘How…
I’ve got an interesting story to share with you today, on a few different levels! As a huge J. R. R. Tolkien fan (author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings), I was really excited when I read the news that broke over the last week or so about Project Northmoor. This project…
I am a professional engineer who is passionate about breaking stereotypes and trying to make engineering a more accessible career for everyone.
- STEM Ambassador
- Engineering Technician Professional Registration with the IMechE
- Women’s Engineering Society Member
- GDST Alumnae Network Mentor
- WES Mentor
- EEF Midlands Regional Engineering Apprentice of the Year 2018
- JCB Apprentice of the Year 2018
- GDST Emerging Talent Award for Engineering
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