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Celebrating women in engineering

With the launch of The Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering 2017 campaign, in association with the Women's Engineering Society, we celebrate some of our female engineers.
BAE Systems is proud to support The Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering 2017 campaign. We want to highlight engineering as a great career choice for young people, including women.
 
This campaign promotes female role models, 35 and under, that exist in engineering professions. Aiming to raise awareness of the skills shortage facing industry and recognise those who provide inspiration to other young women considering a career in engineering. Nominations can be submitted online via the Telegraph women in engineering online hub here as of 23 February 2017.
 
Pearl Noble-Mallock - Head of Product Security and Information Assurance
 

Diversity in our workforce encourages creativity, drive innovation and better equips us to solve our customers' complex challenges. We aim to recruit and develop employees from all backgrounds and creat an inclusive working enviornment. 

We are determined to bridge the historical gender gap in our industry by encouraging more women to join the company, celebrating our women engineers and promoting development to increase the number of women in senior executive positions.
 

"It is critically important that we have visible female role models who can inspire others and challenge any unconscious bias with regards to the roles that men or women tend to go into.‎ At BAE Systems, we are committed to attracting, retaining, engaging and developing the very best engineers regardless of their gender. Our Women in Engineering role models illustrate the talent within our organisation and the breadth of exciting roles offered within the engineering sector."
 
Emma Nabb, HR Manager, Diversity and Inclusion

The Top 50 Women in Engineering list will be made available in the Daily Telegraph on 23 June 2017 to celebrate the successful candidates and their achievements.
 
 
 

Find out more about some of our female engineers in the UK: