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ETA 2020 Webinar: In Conversation with Floriane Fidegnon-Edoh, Engineering Student Nominee
Floriane Fidegnon-Edoh is the Founder of the award-winning Warwick Women’s Engineering Society, providing support and initiatives for the School of Science’s Diversity and Inclusion policy. She is passionate about encouraging minority backgrounds into STEM through authentic inclusion and is an experienced science communicator. In April 2020, she was awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering Future Leaders Scholarship.
Her work includes a keynote at the Grand Challenges conference hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Floriane has been recognised by the Black Youth Awards, voted NCS Teen Idol 2017, featured in BBC Digital Innovation Series and shortlisted for the WISE ‘One to watch’ Award. She was also a Junior Board trustee for the IET and a stemettes alumni.

Join us for a conversation with Floriane Fidegnon-Edoh, shortlisted nominee for Engineering Student of the Year 2020.

Jun 18, 2020 01:00 PM in London

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Floriane Fidegnon-Edoh
Mechanical Engineering Student and President of Women's Engineering Society @University of Warwick
Floriane Fidegnon-Edoh is the Founder of the award-winning Warwick Women’s Engineering Society, providing support and initiatives for the School of Science’s Diversity and Inclusion policy. She is passionate about encouraging minority backgrounds into STEM through authentic inclusion and is an experienced science communicator. In April 2020, she was awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering Future Leaders Scholarship. Her work includes a keynote at the Grand Challenges conference hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Floriane has been recognised by the Black Youth Awards, voted NCS Teen Idol 2017, featured in BBC Digital Innovation Series and shortlisted for the WISE ‘One to watch’ Award. She was also a Junior Board trustee for the IET and a stemettes alumni.
David Purdue
Host
David initially trained in musical theatre and dance at Performers College, spending a decade in shows, videos and touring. Highlights included Disney's 'High School Musical' on stage, fronting a video for UK band Razorlight and 18 months in a boy band touring across Europe. Since 'retiring' from performing aged thirty David has work as an events manager, firstly at the House of Commons and more recently for the Royal Horticultural Society. In his spare time David is currently a soloist with the London Gay Men's Chorus and co-created the 'Hobbies for Health' blog, as well as being a keen gardener.