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

The IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards

This prestigious award honours the very best early career female engineers working in the UK today

10 December 2014 | London, UK

The IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards (image)

During an uplifting and inspirational ceremony in London, the BBC’s Steph McGovern, revealed that Naomi Mitchison, a Senior Hardware Engineer at Selex ES, has been awarded the title of IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2014.

 

Lucy Ackland, Project Manager – Additive Manufacturing, Renishaw Plc was awarded the WES Prize and Jessica Bestwick, Higher Technical Apprentice, Rolls Royce Plc, the Mary George Memorial Prize for Apprentices.

 

The remaining finalists Hannah Pearlman, a Cooling Systems Engineer with Ford and Laurie-Ann Marshall, Apprentice Circuit Engineer at ABB Ltd, also received certificates for their achievements on stage.

 

During the ceremony the guests were also treated to highly enlightening addresses from Linda Miller, Farringdon Station Project Manager, Bechtel, and host Steph McGovern, who shared her experiences of engineering with the audience.

 

View the 2014 ceremony photos.

Watch the 2014 ceremony.

Find out about the winners.

Launched in 1978; 2014 is the 38th anniversary of the Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards (as there were two ceremonies in 2013).

 

Find out more about the history of the YWE awards.

The prestigious YWE award honours the very best early career female engineers working in the UK today.

 

 

 

View the YWE previous winners.

Celebrating woman engineers

It’s been 100 years since women became regularly involved in the engineering industry.

Download and view the woman in engineering poster.

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