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Nominate Someone for WomenInSenior Series 2!

For series 2 this year, you can nominate an inspiring female Senior role level or SME - Larger company Director across Construction & Built Environment areas! Complete the form below to recommend a WomenInSenior feature:

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Melodie Leung, London UK

Associate Director at Zaha Hadid Architects.

Embrace not knowing all the answers  - asking questions is the best way to find solutions when working with others.”

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Tosin Oshinowo, Lagos Nigeria

Architect & Founder of cmDesign Atelier and Ilé-Ilà.

“I I love the feeling of seeing the completed project.”

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Helena Rivers, London UK

 Net Zero Lead Europe & India at AECOM + Vice President Institution of Mechanical Engineering + Director at Clear Futures.

“It can be hard if you don’t see a clear role model for yourself but remember you can be the role model for the next generation coming behind you.”


Carol Massay, London UK

Head of Construction at The Access Group, NED Board Director for Hertfordshire Chambers of Commerce and BASDA.

Never allow the fact that you are a woman hold you back from whatever you want to do.  Be clear as to where you want to get to and set a plan to work to get there.”

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Helen Mason, London UK

General Counsel at Morgan Sindall.

“Construction is the best industry.  We contribute to the built environment and the places people work, rest, play and learn in.”


Dipa Joshi, London UK

Partner and Residential Lead at Fletcher Priest Architects & Chair of the NLA Diverse Leaders Committee.

“Be bold and confident – step up and find your voice even if at first it feels out of your comfort zone, keep learning so you bring new skillsets to your profile.”


Stephanie Rampton MIFSM, London UK

Founder and FRA at Regency Safety Group, Founder of Our Space C.I.C.

“Manifest the life you want! I went to the Women in fire safety awards in 2021 and I manifested being part of that.”

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Siu Mun Li, London UK

Head of Temporary Works Engineering at Multiplex Construction & Director of the ICE UK’s Temporary Works forum.

“Get comfortable being uncomfortable, grow your comfort zone, stretch yourself, learn new skills and have new experiences.  You can do anything that you put your mind to, challenges are there to be overcome.”


Hannah Afolabi, London UK

Managing Director & Founder of Mood and Space, Founder of Black Women in Real Estate (BWRE).

“For young women questioning whether they can achieve senior positions in the industry, I ask, if not you then who?.”


Damilola Fari-Arole, London UK

Principal Engineer & Consultant at WSP,  Co-Founder of the Black Women in Engineering (BWEng) Network.

“As someone that is impact-driven, the best part of my role for me, is the value that I am able provide to clients and on projects.”

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María Fernández Cachafeiro, London UK

Head of Sustainability at Multiplex.

“If someone had told my younger self that I was going to be part of a Senior Leadership Team (SLT) at a construction company - I would not have believed it.”

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Tanya Godwin, London UK

Operations Director at Morgan Lovell.

“Focus on mastering your current role and being the best, look at what additional tasks you can take on that may be typically assigned to a more senior position.”

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Michelle Miranda, London UK

Regional Director at a Global Engineering Project Management Consultancy.

“It’s important to know your core values and your purpose. My family and faith are my core, and my purpose is to let others stand on my shoulders so that they can be outstanding leaders and allies.”


Annette Fisher, London UK

Partner and Founder of FA Global, Chair at Let’s Build and Co-Chair at Unionne.

“Once you reach higher managerial positions its less about the practice of your profession and more about management of people and money.”


Kim Smith, London UK

Associate Director at AECOM.

“Being involved with innovative technologies and at the forefront of change in the industry is hugely motivating.”


Karen Mosley, Sheffield UK

Managing Director at HLM Architects & President at Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.

“Develop a support network around you; internal, external, professional, personal, find a number of allies and cheerleaders.”

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Anita Suji, London UK

Regional Director at AECOM.

“I have not only impacted communities with the projects that I have worked on but have created new communities which will leave a lasting legacy.”

"The success of every woman should be the inspiration to another. We should raise each other up"

~ Serena Williams

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