Graduate Transport Engineer
I did a masters in Transport planning and Engineering at the University of Leeds. I also have a degree in Civil Engineering. In my previous job working for a Geotechnical Consulting Firm, I worked on a variety of projects including ground investigation and analysis and earth dam designs. My love for transport engineering stemmed from my fascination with studying human behaviour and the process of finding innovative and sustainable solutions to challenges that arise in our transport systems and our public realms. It will be good to be able to use my knowledge to make a positive change in my community here at Civic Engineers. I look forward to learning from the experienced engineers at Civic Engineers and working on variety of interesting projects with them.
In my spare time I like to watch football, read romantic novels and biographies and travel. I am a huge animal lover and the ultimate feminist.
I have always had a healthy appreciation for the Golden Rule which states, “Do unto others as you would like them to do unto you.” I believe the world would be a better place if more people lived by this rule. It keeps us honest and helps us appreciate each other’s humanity.
I love to journal and hope to use that skill and my wild imagination to write a novel someday.
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At a very young age I fell I love with a poem by Marianne Williamson called “Our Deepest Fears”. This poem tersely explains how sometimes our fears hinder us from reaching our potential. Marianne Williamson beautifully articulates that everyone is born with a light and is destined for greatness. In order to reach that greatness, we must first believe in ourselves.