The Amy Johnson Inspiration Award, launched in 2016, honours an individual who is not currently working as an engineer or within the applied sciences who has made a truly remarkable achievement in furthering diversity within engineering and applied sciences. This award serves to recognise their efforts in inspiring more women to enter and/or remain in the engineering and technical professions. We invite also male nominees and those with no engineering qualifications to apply.
This year's winner will be announced at the Caroline Haslett Lecture and Awards Ceremony taking place on 10 December. Register here.
Our 2019 winner
Congratulations to Natalie Cheung who was the 2019 winner of the Amy Johnson Inspiration Award. Natalie was recognised for the work she is doing to understand and overcome barriers to underrepresented groups joining engineering and similar fields.
Who was Amy Johnson?
Amy Johnson (1903-1941), was a famous English aviator and former WES President, and the first woman pilot to fly solo from Britain to Australia. Read more about Amy Johnson