Frazer-Nash Senior Engineer, Nicole Lee, has been shortlisted for WeAreTechWomen’s TechWomen100 awards, which showcase the best female tech talent in the UK.
The awards are part of WeAreTechWomen’s goal to shine a spotlight on 1000 future female leaders in technology by 2025. They also recognise the impact of champions, companies and networks that are leading the way for future generations of tech talent.
Congratulating Nicole, Frazer-Nash People Director, Sam Geis, said:
“I’m so pleased that Nicole has been shortlisted for the TechWomen100 awards. The awards highlight the remarkable women within technology, who are driving science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning – and Nicole really fits the bill as both an engineering consultant and an active advocate for STEM careers.
“Not only does her work in Frazer-Nash’s Numerical Modelling group support the delivery of crucial performance and safety analyses in the energy sector, but she’s also a champion for diversity and inclusion, as an active member of the Ethnic Minorities in Materials, Minerals and Mining (EMM3) group for the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.”
“It’s a real honour to be on the TechWomen100 shortlist. By highlighting how many achievements and opportunities there are, even for people from non-tech backgrounds, I hope we can encourage the next generation of talent to explore the potential of a career in STEM.”
There were over 700 entrants for the awards, with the shortlist selected by a panel of 14 independent judges. Voting is now open, and people can vote for their chosen nominee at https://wearetechwomen.com. To vote for Nicole, visit https://wearetechwomen.com/nicole-lee-frazer-nash-consultancy.
The winners will be announced 16 November 2020, with finalists invited to attend a ‘virtual’ award ceremony on 08 December 2020.