I graduated from the University of Leeds with a first class MEng (Hons.) in Civil and Structural Engineering in 2011 and joined WSP as a graduate engineer in 2012. Since then I have worked on complex, high profile projects including Merchant Square Development, London Wall Place and Key Bridge House. These challenges have not daunted me, and have only motivated me to develop and learn.

I am a natural leader and an excellent team player, full of passion and charisma with an impressive track record of achievements. This proves my desire to leave my mark on the cities around the world. I believe nothing is impossible. No muddy boots. No cultural or religious barriers. Despite being a woman in the male-dominated field, I initiated a graduate group and extended it to 300+ young engineers and apprentices globally in 2 years. In 2014, she was selected by the Managing Director of the company to be part of the WSP’s Taskforce Team and delivered two business initiatives including the new graduate development framework. In 2017 alone, she not only attained her Chartership status through the Institute of Structural Engineers, but she was also named as the Best Young Woman Engineer, at the European Women in Construction and Engineering Awards for her contribution towards the WSP and the wider industry.