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Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2024

June 24, 2024

Today, on International Women in Engineering Day 2024, we are proud to celebrate and honour our amazing women in engineering who help contribute to our practice in tackling big world problems and continue to impact the wellbeing of our community and the environment.

June 23 marks International Women in Engineering Day – an important day to bring extra awareness to the successes of women in engineering, and an opportunity to shed light on their unique and impactful perspective in the field. DIALOG is taking part in increasing the representation of women in engineering year-round.

We’ve asked women in engineering across our practice to answer some thought-provoking questions about what it means to be a woman in engineering. Hear how these amazing women got started in the field, learn their stories, and their hopes for the future of engineering.

Thank you!

Thank you to all of our women in engineering who continue to make an outstanding impact to DIALOG and the field of engineering:

Alyssa Young, Marie Calagui, Haixia Deng, Olga Shuster, Sandra Renihan (Brusnyk), Diana Smith, Jessica So, Andrea Silva, Negin Vahdat Houlari, Carrie Emes, Larissa Ulcar, Jennifer Harmer, Shea Gonzalez, Amanda Calder, Megan Burton, Maulina Saroya, Victoria Buffam, Amy Tran, Sara Zhang, Rizwana Hussain, Helena Mills, Megan Brooks, Jordyn Tripp, Vicki Hrap, Rachel Firth, Rhuella Vel Demegillo, Noeline Tharshan, Qianqian Zhao, Stephanie Harding, Anushka Karmalkar, Vivian Issak, Harleen Nijjar, Annelore Dietz Munoz, Abby Mehain, Mahfuja Akter, Caroline Crowley, Nusrat Jahan, Kenna Wessner, Janice Mills, Jeannie Tat.

About International Women in Engineering Day

International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), brought to you by Women’s Engineering Society (WES), promotes the amazing work that women engineers across the globe are doing. With this year’s theme being ‘Enhanced by Engineering’, INWED gives women engineers around the world a profile when they are still hugely under-represented. As the only platform of its kind, it plays a vital role in encouraging more young women and girls to take up engineering careers.