The IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2016 - Inspire, Inform, Influence, Invited – Celebrate the women who will shape the future (Title image with photos showing the faces of four women engineers)

Honouring the very best early career female engineers working in the UK today.

Finalists

 

Gemma Dalziel, Nadia Johnson, Bethan Murray, Jenni Sidey and Emma Wilding have all been selected as finalists.

 

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Gemma Dalziel

Gemma Dalziel is an Apprentice Network Consulting Engineer at Cisco working on network technologies and network security.

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Nadia Johnson

Nadia Johnson is a Software Engineer Degree Apprentice at Thales UK currently working on the latest submarine software and SONAR processing.

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Bethan Murray

Bethan Murray is a Manufacturing Systems Lead at Rolls-Royce Plc working on the systems that aid the manufacture of the latest aircraft components.

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Jenni Sidey

Jenni Sidey is a lecturer in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge currently working on the development of the latest low emission combustion devices for use in the transportation and energy sectors.

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Emma Wilding

Emma Wilding crashes cars for a living, testing the latest car safety features as a Vehicle Safety Engineer (Degree Apprentice) at Jaguar Land Rover.

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