Women in Engineering
October 22nd 2019, London
Women in Engineering Leadership Conference
The Inclusive Boards: Women in Engineering Leadership Conference will be taking place at the Institute of Directors on October 22nd 2019. Hosted by Dr Jan Peters, an expert in gender and diversity issues in STEM, the Women in Engineering Leadership Conference will be an opportunity for delegates to learn from inspirational speakers with first-hand experience of increasing the representation of women in the sector, share best practice for encouraging women into leadership positions and how to strengthen your network in the sector.
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NED: Geoffrey Osborne Ltd
Dr Hayaatun Sillem
Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Engineering
Dr. Jane Atkinson
Executive Director Engineering and Automation for Bilfinger UK Ltd.
Dr Nike Folayan
Chairperson & Associate Director – Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers
Dr Sarah Peers
Founder Director, Peers & Peers
Chief Engineer: Airbus
Engineering Director at BAE Systems
Director D&I – Network Rail
Principal Engineer / Project ManagerWater, Ports and PowerCivil and Infrastructure
Head of Equality Diversity & Inclusion – HS2
Associate Pro Vice Chancellor for Knowledge Exchange at Northumbria University
Head of Operations: Rolls-Royce Electrical
Women in Engineering Leadership Conference Agenda
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Frequently asked questions
Who can I contact if I have a question about the event?
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What type of engineer is this conference for?
We appreciate the term ‘engineering’ encompasses very different roles and sectors – if you are unsure if the conference content will be relevant to you please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Is this for women only?
No. The purpose of the event is to discuss how we can increase the representation of women in positions of leadership throughout the engineering sector and to create a networking platform for senior engineers interested in the topic. We encourage delegates all of all genders to attend and contribute.