My role as secretary for WiE means I am required to reply to emails and forward them to the relevant people, take minutes at each meeting and write a weekly email and monthly newsletter updating our members on the opportunities available to them and hopefully inspiring them.
I was always into my science and maths subjects and school so I knew I would do something around science. Initially I was leaning towards medicine but it was only after more research and speaking to people in the chemical engineering sector that I realised the many opportunities that come with pursuing chemical engineering.
What made you initially decide to join the Women in Engineering society?
I had taken part in many of the events hosted by WiE during the year and when the time came to apply to be on committee I decided to take it as I want to be able to make a difference as inspire people to go for the STEM subjects in school and do what they’re good at!