City Law School student selected winner of the Top 50 Women in Engineering Award 2018
Eur Ing Dr Phebe Mann has been selected as one of the Winners of Top 50 Women in Engineering Award 2018. Phebe is an outstanding engineer, an innovative teacher and a potent role model for women in STEM.
She is completing her Bar Professional Training Course at the City Law School to qualify as a Construction and Engineering lawyer.
In recognition of Phebe’s contribution to furthering the diversity agenda within engineering, she was awarded the Woman of Outstanding Achievement Tomorrow’s Leader Award 2011. Her photographic portrait of the Award is at Bradford College David Hockney Building, a perpetual encouragement and exhibition of diversity in STEM.
Phebe is the first and only woman to hold seven professional qualifications concurrently in the UK: Chartered Civil Engineer CEng MICE, Chartered Surveyor FRICS, Chartered Construction Manager MCIOB, European Engineer Eur Ing, Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing CIHM, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators FCIArb, Fellow of the Royal Society of Art FRSA, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy FHEA, the first female chair of the Chartered Institute of Building in Leicester.
Phebe inspires others to provide leadership and innovation in diversity.
Her PhD in collaborative design from Open University attracted an Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award.
Phebe chairs Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Knowledge Lectures at One Great George Street, to stimulate communication and discussion of built environment professionals and general public on current civil engineering issues and international connection.
She hosted the Open House London’s Engineering Heritage ICE Boat Tour to showcase the vital role of engineers in building, maintaining and transforming the capital's infrastructure and built environment.
Phebe is a STEM Ambassador, Talent2030 Hero, Queen’s Young Leader’s mentor supporting women from commonwealth countries; she works tirelessly to encourage girls to pursue engineering careers.
Phebe's promotion of the engineering diversity agenda extends as far as East Malaysia, and she is frequently invited to speak at events to encourage young people to consider engineering as their career.