Cambridge AWiSE is a regional network for women in science, engineering and technology (SET) in both industry and academia and for women who wish to return to a SET career after a break. We bring together women with common interests and act as a source of support, information and inspiration. We aim to help women stay in SET and make the most of their careers. We provide regular talks, workshops, networking opportunities and information through our website and newsletter.
Cambridge AWiSE members come from all career stages, from Undergraduates to Company Directors and Professors. Although based in Cambridge, we welcome anyone from the Eastern Region (and beyond!).
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The Cambridge AWiSE Steering Group
Cambridge AWiSE is run by a Voluntary Steering Group made up of women from a wide range of SET fields and at all stages of their careers.
We hold an annual AGM to which all members and interested parties are welcome to attend. A copy of our constitution is here.
If you would like to join the Steering Group and help set the future direction of Cambridge AWiSE, contact us!
Penny Coggill - Chair
Anne Clarke – Deputy Chair
Jenny Brookman – Treasurer & “Dowager” Chair
Calli Sze-Tai Yau-Cooper – Deputy Treasurer
Lucinda Spokes – Secretary (previous co-ordinator)
Claire Lucas – Co-ordinator
Julia Bardos – previous deputy chair
Caroline Blackmun – e-mail list manager
Vivien Hodges - WiSETI liaison
Jenny Koenig - founding chair, Lucy Cavendish College liaison & Twitter peep
Tanya Morton - cheerleader & Twitter peep
Catherine Onley – website administrator & previous co-ordinator
Tennie Videler - website administrator, workshop facilitator & ”dowager” chair