The 19 engineers
Find out more about the 19 engineers taking part in Ingenious Women:
Angela Crowther: civil and architectural engineer with a passion for solving problems and buildings that move – who started by inventing ice cream flavours
Carmen Torres-Sanchez: chemical engineer researching porous materials and lecturing at Heriot-Watt University on design and manufacture
Chloe Agg: building services engineer, ensuring safe air and piping for pharmaceutical factories and food and consumer production (including chocolate)
Dr Nazish Aslam: computing and electronics engineer and Edinburgh-based hi-tech entrepreneur
Helen Macadam: civil engineer working with Network Rail to build a 300m viaduct through a crowded and historic part of London
Jem Hamzelou: trainee rehabilitation engineer, helping people become more mobile and exploring medical robotics
Kate Grant: electrical engineer working with E.ON to bring exciting and sustainable energy concepts into people’s homes
Kayleigh Messer: motorsport engineer working for the Renault F1 team – thanks to determination and work experience opportunities
Leonie Baker: structural engineer with a background in art, working on art galleries, theatres and museum projects and mentoring young potential engineers
Yewande Akinola: star of the Channel 4 series ‘Titanic’ and environmental services engineer working on sustainable rainwater harvesting and other sustainable systems
Danielle Clissold: engineer in advanced product creation - working with Jaguar to creat future sports cars that will be more beautiful, faster and more efficient
Rachel House: a mechanical engineer who has gone from Lego and Meccano to working on a new commercial aircraft for Atkins.
Katy Deacon: Energy Engineer with Kirklees Council, delivering renewable energy systems to schools, colleges and council buildings. Award-winning creator of the Renewable Energy Toolkit.
Barnali Ghosh:Chartered Civil Engineer with a passion for designing safe and efficient foundation for structures in seismically active areas of the world
Kat Richardson is an Engineer, currently working for the Environment Agency as a Regulatory Officer for chemical, pharmaceutical and power plants.
Kate Coleman is an integrity engineer working with large power station boilers for E.ON UK
Constance Chakanyuka is a civil engineer working for the Environment Agency in the Asset System Management team
Nicola Ashworth works at Parsons Brinckerhoff in the dynamic field of construction on various environmental projects
Judith Packer works at Parsons Brinckerhoff in the infrastructure and power generation field on various environmental