International Women in Engineering Day 2018

The 23rd June 2018 marks International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), an awareness campaign dedicated to raising the profile and celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers and to focus attention on the career opportunities available for women in the engineering sector. INWED began as the UK National Women in Engineering Day, however the incredible response led to the expansion to an international event in 2017.  NDY is proud to once again highlight the contribution of our female staff, as well as encourage our male team members to act as allies, helping to create a robust, diverse and innovative culture.

The theme for this year is “Raising The Bar“, with the global hash tags #INWED18 and #RaisingTheBar.

Meet the Women who make NDY work

Read about our talented women as we celebrate their achievements and contributions.

Rui Tang
Regional Finance Manager, Sydney

Benita Husband
Director, Clients & Strategy, Melbourne

Julia Thompson
Project Engineer (Graduate), Wellington

We’re celebrating the contributions of women in the company, and hoping to inspire the next generation of women in the Engineering industry
INWED18

#RaiseTheBar

Mun Ng
Senior Project Engineer, Adelaide

Nadine McLennan
Senior Project Engineer, Wellington

Dr Marie Le Pellec
Senior Sustainability Engineer, Sydney

Lisa Kelly
Project Consultant, Melbourne

Madeline Homewood
Project Engineer, Melbourne

Victoria Rastelli
Project Engineer, Wellington

2017 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.

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