I enjoy a challenge and studied for a joint degree in electrical and mechanical engineering. Taking my lead from my step-dad, and electrical engineer, I found my way into engineering because I enjoyed maths, physics and computing at school but didn't want to study any of these by themselves at University. I have tried out consultancy and research and had spent 18 months as a volunteer with 17 amazing Uganda children. I now work as a network analyst at National Grid, exploring how the gas transmission network will need to adapt to meet future needs in the UK. I joined the company through its graduate programme, which offered a great deal of training and experience in different parts of the business.
I studied for an MEng in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
- I am willing to be interviewed by interested students via email.