Are you interested in STEM?

by | Feb 11, 2021

Join the STEMettes for a virtual panel and networking event on 13th February!

Who are the STEMettes? 


The STEMettes mission is to “inspire the next generation of females and nonbinary people into ScienceTechnologyEngineering and Maths (STEM) fields by showing them the diversity of people already in STEM via a series of cohort programmes, impactful events and inspirational content platforms”. 


Panel and Networking Event:


Date: Saturday 13th February

Time: 11am

Location: Online – streaming on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter


Siemens Energy and Stemettes are inviting you to a celebration of women in STEM! 

Meet the Stemettes with Siemens Energy is a Stemettes style panel discussion in celebration of some of the inspiring women in Siemens Energy across various areas of STEM.


The panel discuss different ways people begin their STEM careers and hear from an impressive panel about their unique experiences in the industry. They’ll then head over to Microsoft Teams for a follow-on networking session (Please note certain regions will be given priority for the networking session, therefore, a limited amount of participants will be able to join this follow-on session and will get a separate e-mail confirming their spot).


They will explore career options, A-level choices, university degrees and what the inspiring panellists do in their day-to-day at Siemens Energy. You’ll be able to ask the panel questions from the comfort of your home, so grab your free ticket and start getting your snacks ready for an afternoon full of STEMtastic energy!




11:00 -11:05 Waiting for attendees to tune in

11:05 -11:10 Welcome from Stemettes

11:10 -11:45 Panel (for all ages)

11:45 -12:25 Live Q&A

12:25 – 12:30 Feedback & Close

12:45 -13:45 Networking on Microsoft Teams (for ages 14 to 16 only)




Amber O’Connor – Engineering Programme Manager, Remote Diagnostic Services


Katja Srbljanin – Quality Management Lead


Louisa Lai – Project Management Graduate


Fei Song – Senior Project Engineer


Aisha Bibi – Marie Curie Research Fellow at Aston University


Phebe Ekregbesi – Research technician at Imperial College London


Ciara Higham – Fluid Dynamics PhD student at University of Leeds


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