Welcome to the sixty-first episode of the Womanthology podcast.
Ahead of this year’s International Women in Engineering Day, we chat with Dawn Bonfield MBE, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at King’s College London, Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at Aston University, UK Representative for the World Federation of Engineering Organisations, and founder of the inclusivity consultancy, Towards Vision.
Click on the images below to access all of Dawn’s Womanthology written articles:
Driving diverse thought; how women engineers are helping smart employers outthink the competition – Dawn Bonfield, Executive Vice President of the Women’s Engineering Society
Dawn Bonfield, Executive Vice President of the Women’s Engineering Society on re-engineering the industry’s gender balance through National Women in Engineering Day on 23rd June
Re-writing history to remember real-life unsung engineering and construction heroines – Dawn Bonfield, President of the Women’s Engineering Society
Why career breaks shouldn’t mean career ends – Dawn Bonfield, President of the Women’s Engineering Society
Newly appointed Chief Executive of the Women’s Engineering Society, Dawn Bonfield celebrates the success of the IET’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award WES prizewinner
Down with drudgery: Remembering one of the first influential female engineers who led the way for women to enter the workforce – Dawn Bonfield, Women’s Engineering Society Chief Executive
Talent comes from all backgrounds: Choosing to challenge and moving towards an equitable future – Dawn Bonfield MBE, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at King’s College London
Join us in the next episode and written issue where we will where be joined by women working in robotics and artificial intelligence.
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