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Friday, Nov 20, 4:00 PM GMT · 45 minutes

16.00 – 16.30 Supporting Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow

November 20, 2020 at 04:00:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

Join us for an interactive, insightful session about how the Royal Academy of Engineering is supporting engineering undergraduates with the potential to become engineering leaders of the future. Hear about remarkable past awardees and how a community is being developed for them.

Agenda
  • 16:00 – 16:30 Supporting Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow
  • 16:30 – 16:45: Short break/online networking
Who can view: People who attended or registered for the webinar only
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Education Programmes Officer and D&I Lead, Royal Academy of Engineering
Veronica Frincu is the Education Programmes Officer (and D&I Lead) at the Royal Academy of Engineering since 2018. When she was a child Veronica did not know what she wanted to become when she will grow up. What she did know was that everything felt so much more enjoyable when everyone felt included and appreciated. Veronica is now on a personal journey to motivate those around her to achieve their potential and give back, with kindness. In her work tasks, Veronica supports the Education Programmes Managers in their mission to harness the power of STEM and engineering education. Veronica is also leading on departmental action plans aimed at building a more inclusive, diverse, and equitable engineering workforce of tomorrow.
Webinar hosting presenter
University Programmes Manager, Royal Academy of Engineering
Jacqueline Clay is the University Programmes Manager at the Royal Academy of Engineering. Jacqueline delivers the Academy’s programmes to support the development of future engineering leaders early in their career. Jacqueline is eager to identify and support engineers starting out on their journey in developing leadership and non-technical abilities complementary to their engineering skills. Prior to joining the Royal Academy of Engineering Jacqueline worked as a management consultant delivering public sector funding programmes mainly aimed at young people, work life balance and employability, Jacqueline was also involved with delivering evaluations and strategy work across the education sector.