We’re so thankful for our Founding Partners, Change Makers and advocates that help drive the conversation around diversity in our industries. Have a look at the latest stories covering our initiative.

NZ Manufacturer: Women in Engineering, Alisha Baddock

Alisha Baddock, Christchurch-based engineer at Beca, is featured in NZ Manufacturer’s ‘Women in Engineering’ recurring feature.

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NZ Herald: Ian Blair: Equal pay can help bring more women into engineering

An op-ed by Ian Blair, Managing Director of WSPOpus, is featured in the NZ Herald. Blair discusses how WSPOpus has made moves to address the pay gap in the organisation, and its perspective on diversity as a whole.

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Architecture Now: Shifting the Diversity Dial

Engineering New Zealand CEO, Susan Freeman-Greene shares her thoughts on the importance of setting a focus on diversity and inclusion.

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Architecture Now: Diversity Talks

Architecture Now features Diveristy Agenda Founding Partner and upcoming Wellington workshop panelist, Katherine Skipper of Warren & Mahoney.

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NZ Herald: Engineering Change

Nicky Smith, National Maintenance Manager at HEB Construction, shares her thoughts on the state of diversity within engineering in the NZ Herald.

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NZ Manufacturer: Women in Engineering

Katie Symons of Batchelar McDougall Consulting in Christchurch is featured in the May 2018 issue of NZ Manufacturer speaking about her role and her passion for engineering.

Read Katie’s interview here on page 9.

Stuff: Best workplaces for working parents

Engineering New Zealand Chief Executive, Susan Freeman-Greene talks about the initiative and the work being done to design more flexible work environments for parents in Stuff.

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Architecture Now: Passion for the profession

NZIA President, Tim Melville, chats with Architecture Now about the goals of the Diversity Agenda, and how NZIA is working to make a difference.

NZ Manufacturer: Women in Engineering

Sulo Shanmuganathan, Technical Director at Holmes Consulting speaks with NZ Manufacturer about her career, the challenges she’s faced and the importance of increasing rates of diversity in the industry.

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