The IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2014 (photo)

3 December 2015 | IET London: Savoy Place

2015 shortlisted candidates (photo)

Five young female engineers working on projects ranging from the next generation of sports venues and stadiums to sound systems in cars have all been shortlisted for the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2015.


These prestigious engineering industry awards aim to banish outdated engineering stereotypes of hard hats and greasy pipes – and help change the perception that engineering is only a career for men.


Ashleigh Sumner is an Engineering Apprentice at Siemens currently working in the research and development department.


Helen Cavill is a Process Improvement Manager at M&H Plastics, currently working on automating dimensional measurement of plastic components.


Orla Murphy is an Audio EQ Engineer at Jaguar Land Rover - she produces exciting sound systems and features in Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.


Emma Goulding is a Technical Apprentice (Controls) at Siemens, specialising in the Power Generation Services sector.


Rossella Nicolin is a Principal Structural Engineer at AECOM, working on large sports venues and stadium projects worldwide.


The winners will be revealed at a glittering ceremony on 3 December 2015 at the newly refurbished IET London: Savoy Place.


Find out more about the shortlist.

Sarah Cruddas (photo)

We are pleased to announce that Sarah Cruddas will be presenting the YWE ceremony on 3 December 2015 at IET London: Savoy Place.


Register to attend the ceremony.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the Young Woman Engineer Awards 2015 offer exciting and comprehensive chances for your company to show support of women in the workplace. 


See our sponsorship opportunities page for details of how to contact us.


This conference can count towards your CPD requirements. You'll earn one hour of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.


The IET Woman's Network

This initiative was set up to support women in industry and academia, alter perceptions and place STEM on the radar of parents, teachers and children in addition to assisting organisations and universities in attracting and retaining female talent.

View the IET Woman's Network.


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