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Eniola Fujamade

Associate Process Technical Professional, KBR

Eniola Fujamade is a young STEM professional currently navigating her early career in the oil and gas and consulting industry with a previous background in sales and recruitment. She studied an Integrated Masters (MEng) in Chemical Engineering at Swansea University and is now pursuing chartership with IChemE. As a Process Engineer, she is part of the As-building implementation for an onshore oil project in Central Africa. Her role involves liaising with industry experts to implement and document project changes within the oil production facilities as an expansion occurs that will double the current rate of oil produced per day. She is also passionate about developing systems and initiatives that aid the growth and potential of future generations. She is actively involved in the promotion of diversity and inclusion, both inside and outside work. As the Programme Director for BBSTEM: Black British Professionals in STEM, she works collaboratively with institutions and the black community to develop relationships that strive for diversity and inclusion in the STEM world. BBSTEM was founded in 2018 to address the challenges facing Black individuals in STEM and campaigns for a balanced representation within both education and industry. She should win this award due to her passion and devotion to changing the image of people in STEM and especially her work in schools. She impacted over 400 students in 2018 through her involvement in mentoring schemes and schools programmes at 5 schools in the London area. Before starting her career in Engineering, she spent a year working with a non-profit organization (BBSTEM) and tutoring females of a school age to encourage them to consider STEM. A current student of hers has just finished her A Levels with an offer to study Biochemistry at University of Birmingham.

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