In celebration of International Women in Engineering #ImagineTheFuture we wanted to interview inspiring senior women that are trail blazing in our industry with a plan to discuss their innovations and projects to inspire younger female engineers/apprentices of this generation, celebrate their achievements and promote overall inclusivity.
For this interview we contacted Debbie Janson, CEng, MIMechE, WES Top 50 2021, Senior Lecturer and Research Engineer with a focus on womens PPE and footwear.
We hope you enjoy this weeks interview with Sharon Incerti, Cable Development Project Manager at WSP, a lady who pushed for what she wanted right from the start of her career during a very different looking industry in the UK during the 1980s.
Sharon relishes the mentorship she can give others to achieve their full potential and after interviewing Linsey for last weeks spotlight, the warmth and appreciation for her Industry career mentor Sharon was so apparent. A big thank you to Sharon for such a great message and words of advice.
The second interview in our series to celebrate #INWED shines the spotlight on Linsey, Project & Development Engineer for Wootton and Wootton.
A big thank you to Linsey for sharing such a fascinating journey to her current role in a smaller size business, with such a wide remit. Fantastic words of advice and also shows how important female mentors and role models are for inspiring and guiding future female generations “We can do anything a man can do…”
The first in our Series of interviews celebrating International Women in Engineering Day featuring our female colleagues in engineering is with Sandie Jones, IAMA Field Service Engineer at ABB UK.
For anyone considering an engineering pathway, a great piece of advice from Sandie: “grasp all of the Education that you can that is on offer with both hands – the key to success is Education”.