Position: Inclusions officer
My role as inclusions officer is to ensure members feel welcome and involved in the society. During my time in the role I would like to get more students involved and engaged in the society with many social and employability events.
I chose to study chemical engineering because I have always wanted to do something that can make a positive impact on the environment and economy and a career in engineering is something that would allow me to achieve this. Throughout school I always had a passion for Maths and chemistry and wanted to do a course that would combine these subjects.
What made you initially decide to join the Women in Engineering society?
I have always been aware of the gender imbalance in the engineering field. When I joined university. I came across the women in engineering society and loved the idea. It allowed me to make friends with similar interests as me and the industrial connections the society has gave me a better opportunity to get a better insight into different engineering sectors.