• 23 June 2017

Waterman celebrates International Women in Engineering Day

We are proud to introduce our video and blog campaign as we celebrate International Women in Engineering Day today by highlighting some of our female role models in Waterman.

This day focuses attention and celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers. Lisa Rapson, Miriam Spatafora and Sophie McCabe are talking about their amazing careers in engineering and the opportunities available in this exciting industry.

You can view our video here to find out what they have to say.

Take the opportunity to read their blogs below.

  • Miriam Spatafora

    “When I finally found myself in the real working world after University, I had no doubt that engineering was my destiny”

  • Lisa Rapson

    “A career in engineering is a great challenge, very rewarding, and the industry is full of interesting people – I personally wouldn’t want to do anything else”

  • Sophie McCabe

    “It is such a varied and diverse industry to be involved with, with exciting opportunities and rewards – there is a niche for everyone

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