48 episodes

Engineering Success is a podcast dedicated to help promote the engineering industry and careers in STEM related fields.

Creating greater awareness about the amazing opportunities engineering can offer, we interview influential leaders, inspiring engineers, and STEM professionals who are changing the perception of engineering.

Discussing their routes into the engineering, and other STEM related industries, we explore their engineering journey, talking about the challenges we face as engineers, how engineering needs to embrace change, and how engineering shapes the future of all our lives.

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Engineering Success is a podcast dedicated to help promote the engineering industry and careers in STEM related fields.

Creating greater awareness about the amazing opportunities engineering can offer, we interview influential leaders, inspiring engineers, and STEM professionals who are changing the perception of engineering.

Discussing their routes into the engineering, and other STEM related industries, we explore their engineering journey, talking about the challenges we face as engineers, how engineering needs to embrace change, and how engineering shapes the future of all our lives.

    Episode - 049 Virtue Igbokwuwe

    Episode - 049 Virtue Igbokwuwe

    Engineering Success interviews Virtue Igbokwuwe a Civil Engineer working at Taylor Woodrow.

    As a Master’s graduate in Civil Engineering with a First Class Honours degree, Virtue is highly dedicated and enthusiastic about pursuing a career in the Engineering field with the ultimate aim to become a Chartered Civil Engineer.

    In addition to being a Civil Engineer at Taylor Woodrow, Virtue is a part-time YouTuber. Her channel, “The Virtuous Life”, with more than 5,000 subscribers and 400,000 views, has provided her with a unique platform to reach a wider audience and
    serve as a role model for those seeking representation in the field.

     She is also an ICE STEM Ambassador and does various outreach work in hopes to inspire the younger generation. Her work has allowed her to participate in an Engineering game show presented by Richard Hammond.

    • 18 min
    Episode - 48 Joshua Bruce

    Episode - 48 Joshua Bruce

    Engineering Success interviews Joshua Bruce currently studying an undergraduate degree in Aeronautical Engineering.

    Alongside his studies, Joshua spearheads an international
    initiative called the Young Engineers Summit. This unique summit aims to dismantle barriers, raise awareness, and create opportunities for participants to shape their own futures and contribute to the future of engineering.

    For Joshua, engineering is not just about numbers and equations; it represents a powerful tool for innovation and positive change.

    Driven by a strong desire to empower the next generation, Joshua
    is dedicated to helping young individuals recognize and unlock their full potential as agents of positive change in the world.

    His commitment to breaking down cultural and ethnic barriers is a huge driving force behind his involvement in with Mission 44. Joshua firmly believes that by harnessing their strengths, young people can make significant and meaningful contributions to
    society.

    Through his various roles and endeavours, Joshua exemplifies a
    relentless pursuit of his passions and a genuine commitment to making a positive impact in the world of engineering and beyond.

    • 34 min
    Episode - 047 Dr Ama Frimpong

    Episode - 047 Dr Ama Frimpong

    Engineering Success interviews Dr Ama Frimpong.

     

    Ama is Head of Product Development at 52 North Health Ltd, where she leads the company’s engineering teams. She is a multi-award-winning engineer including being named the 2022 Young Woman Engineer of the Year by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and Top 50 Women in Engineering (Inventors and Innovators) by the Women’s Engineering Society. 

    She has a love for Global Health and Engineering, and has spent her career at the forefront of healthcare innovations making significant contributions to the technical development of a
    wide range of products and processes. She is also passionate about advancing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in young people with a particular focus on girls and those from the Global Ethnic Majority. 

    • 26 min
    Episode 046 - Lucy Davies

    Episode 046 - Lucy Davies

    Engineering Success interviews Lucy Davies an Integration Engineer at BAE Systems.

    Lucy studied for an MEng in Aeronautical Engineering at Loughborough University, completing a summer and year internship during her course before joining the BAE Systems graduate scheme in September 2021.

    During her graduate scheme she worked at the forefront of aerospace technology and has contributed directly to the next generation of military aircraft design through the Tempest programme. Lucy worked as a Safety Integration Engineer which meant that she worked on every element of the platform and completed analysis that led to physical design changes on the aircraft.

    After recently finishing on the graduate scheme Lucy has taken a new role on BAE System’s new Electric Products programme, working on cutting edge sustainable aircraft design.

    Lucy recently passed her IEng and is now an Incorporated Engineer with the Royal Aeronautical Society.

    During university Lucy noticed the disparity between the number of male and females studying engineering and started devoting time to showcasing the STEM field to younger people. Through her tenure as the Programme President she was able to establish the courses first EDI committee and has since carried on this work, being an active STEM ambassador and now sitting on the WISE Young Professionals’ Board as the Engagement Lead.

    • 27 min
    Episode 045 - Charlotte Huntley

    Episode 045 - Charlotte Huntley

    Engineering Success interviews Charlotte Huntley a Junior Electrical, Instrumentation, Control & Automation Engineer.



    Charlotte joined Arcadis in 2016 as an apprentice and
    has since developed into an Engineer. Charlotte produces design and engineering solutions across multiple Water Industry Clients on drinking water and wastewater projects.



    Charlotte has obtained her Diploma, HNC and HND with Distinction grades, and has just been awarded a BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with first class honours.



    Charlotte became professionally registered as an Engineering Technician with the IET in 2018.

    Charlotte was awarded Apprentice of the year in 2020 by the
    Pump Centre as part of their Young Engineer Awards. She was also awarded Technician of the Year with the IET in 2022.



    Charlotte is a STEM ambassador and regularly volunteers to
    mentor disadvantaged youths interested in engineering and/ or apprenticeships. She has also published case studies with the Engineering Council discussing the benefits that being professionally registered has brought her, in the hopes this would inspire others in the industry.

    • 23 min
    Episode 044 - Jacqueline Chinwe

    Episode 044 - Jacqueline Chinwe

    Engineering Success interviews Jacqueline Chinwe a Future Energy Leader and STEM Advocate.



    Jacqueline has 7 years’ experience in the oil, gas and renewable energy sector, representing a few of the top tier International Oil Companies (IOCs) and National Oil Companies (NOCs) within the EMEA & APAC region. She holds a degree in Oil & Gas Management and a masters in Offshore & Ocean Technology with Subsea Engineering. 

     

    Her career initiated as Project Controls Engineer leading large infrastructure projects across Europe, Asia and Africa. She is currently a Finance Business Partner for the Strategy, Sustainability and Ventures team at bp, providing business performance oversight to bp’s Executive Leadership Team.

     

    Jacqueline has a huge passion for the progression of females, underrepresented ethnic groups and those from disadvantaged backgrounds. She is an advocate for DE&I, psychological safety and mental well-being, appointed Ambassador at bp, Board Member at the Association for BME Engineers (AFBE-UK) and Future
    Energy Leader 2023 at the World Energy Council. 

     

    Jacqueline is well-known for a diligent synthesis of stamina, skill and talent previously involved in strategic initiatives to challenge the status quo. She aspires to become a global energy leader who implements positive change and brings forth sustainable energy transition solutions.

    • 33 min

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