The world of engineering is varied, dynamic, and sometimes beautiful. As part of Engineers Australia’s exciting brand campaign showcasing engineering to inspire a new generation, and in celebration of our amazing discipline, we asked engineers around the world to tell us why they are proud to say #IAmAnEngineer.
The response was overwhelming. We received many stories from engineers working around the world, sharing the work they do, the projects they’ve realised, and the origins of their engineering passion.
Originally from Missouri, Mechanical Maintenance Engineer Nyssa MacManus’s career has taken her from the oilfields of Louisiana to the Pilbara, Western Australia, via North Queensland.
Ausaaf Ahmad shared how he would dismantle his toys as a child, and try to use the components to build something better. Fast forward, and Ausaaf is now working as a Work Health and Safety Consultant across a range of industries.
Senior Asset Management Engineer Ella Hingston started her civil engineering degree about 12 years ago. In the beginning, Ella assumed she’d be working on bridges, or testing concrete. Since then, though, her career has evolved, and she now works in infrastructure asset management.
Ashley Flower TMIEAust was the winner of the Engineering Technologist of the Year award in 2021. He advises anyone embarking on an engineering technologist career to “give everything a go”.
Join the conversation
This isn’t the end of the conversation, and it won’t be the last time we share inspiring stories from fellow engineers. If you’d like to be featured in a future article and spread the word about the power of engineering, join the conversation on LinkedIn with the hashtag #IAmAnEngineer.
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