International Women in Engineering Day 2017

The 23rd June 2017 marks International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), a day dedicated to celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers and to focus attention on the amazing careers available to girls in engineering and technical roles. The success of the UK National Women in Engineering Day over the past three years has seen the event now extended to an international day of significance: 2017 marks the inaugural year of INWED.

A Day in the Life of…

Read about what a day in the life of our talented women engineers looks like as we celebrate their achievements and contributions.

Jojo Sadipe
Project Engineer, London

Haley Miller
Project Consultant (Graduate), Vancouver

Hayley Wardrop
Director – Education, Melbourne

We’re inspiring future engineers around the world through INWED17

Anita Milne
Senior Associate – Mechanical Engineering and Sustainability, New Zealand

Hannah George
Senior Associate – ICT & Security, Perth

NDY Women in Engineering Profiles

Get to know NDY’s women engineers and see what inspired them to chose their career and what drives them to achieve great things.

Men as Allies

The INWED subtheme for 2017 was #MenAsAllies and in this vein we asked our women in engineering in all offices to write their career goals and aspirations on a Pledge Board and then invite all staff to make a pledge to support them. We hope this show of support converts to actions as big as offers to mentor and as small as affirmations and encouragement when a job is well done.

The Next Generation

NDY has a large involvement with Students at Work, today we extend that involvement further to help inspire the next generation of female engineers. See below our photo gallery of young women who just may be the future of engineering or read more here.

Contact Us

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.