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)

 

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2012 YWE Awards

Over 400 guests joined us at IET London: Savoy Place to hear BBC presenter, Gabby Logan reveal the 2012 YWE Award winners.

 

Yewande Akinola (photo)

2012 IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award winner
Yewande Akinola

Yewande is an Environmental Services Engineer with ARUP. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Design and Appropriate Technology from the University of Warwick and a Masters in Innovation and Design for Sustainability from Cranfield University.

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Charlotte Tingley (photo)

2012 WES Prize winner
Charlotte Tingley

Charlotte started with BAE Systems in 2006 as an Advanced Technical Apprentice after finishing her GCSEs. She completed a 3 year apprenticeship gaining experience and qualifications in the Aerospace Engineering Industry.  During her apprenticeship she was a finalist for the BAE Systems Apprentice of the Year 2010 and won the Category for Community Achievement.

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Jessica Jones (photo)

2012 Intel Inspirational Award for Entrepreneurship winner
Jessica Jones

Jessica Leigh Jones is an eighteen year old student who has recently been accepted to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Cardiff University in 2012.

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