Six young women engineers have been announced as finalists for this year’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards. Now is the time to secure your place for the ceremony at IET London: Savoy Place on Thursday, 7 December.
These talented young women have demonstrated exceptional dedication, innovation, and leadership in the field of engineering. They are truly inspiring individuals, and we cannot wait to see who wins.
The categories to be awarded on the night are:
- Young Woman Engineer of the Year
- Mary George Memorial Prize for Apprentices
- Women’s Engineering Society (WES) Prize
- Gener Diversity Ambassador Award
These awards celebrate the thousands of women engineers doing ground-breaking work and paving the way for the STEM superstars of the future. Enjoy an evening of celebration, inspiring talks and meet the women making waves in STEM by registering to attend the ceremony in London.
This year’s ceremony will be hosted by Anne-Marie Imafidon, computer scientist, mathematician and social entrepreneur who works to inspire women to study and pursue careers in science, technology engineering and maths. Anne-Marie has hosted the Evening Standard’s Women Tech Charge podcast, and comments on technology, the changing nature of work, and the challenges both present to business and society. She founded, and continues to lead, Stemettes, a social enterprise dedicated to bringing girls and young women to STEM subjects. Stemettes has helped tens of thousands of schoolgirls go on to higher levels of study in STEM.
Join us in celebrating our 2023 finalists and find out who will be crowned our new Young Woman Engineer of the Year! Visit our website to learn more about our six finalists and to register your free place.