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The fourth talk in the 2018 Inspiring Engineers programme will be delivered by Roma Agrawal, Associate Director at AECOM and author of 'Built'.
Launched in 2017 by the ICE London and South East England Diversity Taskforce, the Inspiring Engineers programme of events invites industry leaders to speak on how they have achieved success in their fields. The series will celebrate diversity of engineers and showcase the different career paths within civil engineering. 'Inspiring Engineers' aims to inspire a new generation of civil engineers to follow in their footsteps.
Each month, a speaker will give an informal topic on how they made it in their career. Given in an informal setting, the events will encourage attendees to ask the questions they have always wanted to ask and share their own experiences of the industry.
Come along, network and be inspired by other civil engineers from across the industry!
A light breakfast will be available.
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Roma is a chartered structural engineer and Associate Director at AECOM. Roma has worked with signature architects during her eleven-year career designing footbridges, towers and sculptures; including six years as a senior structural engineer on The Shard, the tallest tower in Western Europe.
A multiple award winner, both for her technical prowess and her contribution to raising awareness of engineering as a career, she was given the 'Diamond Award for Engineering Excellence' by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering. She has appeared in documentaries and has been featured in many UK broadsheets, magazines and online; on the BBC, ITV, has given two TEDx talks about engineering.
She actively promotes engineering, scientific and technical careers to young people and particularly to under-represented groups such as women. She is a founding member of the 'Your Life' campaign, working with the government to increase the number of students studying maths and physics. Over the last 5 years, she has spoken to thousands of people at schools, universities and festivals across the country and abroad.