Simran Mohnani, a Maltese engineer, has been recognised as one of 2020’s TechWomen100 around the UK and Ireland, alongside 99 other inspirational females in the tech industry!
TechWomen100 is WeAreTechWomen’s annual acknowledgment programme in which they recognise and reward the achievements of women working within technology. This follows the initial launch of TechWomen50 in 2017, which was launched to celebrate the women who make up a mere 19% of the tech industry.
Ms. Mohnani studied at St. Martin’s College and then went on to study at St. Aloysius here in Malta, where she was rewarded several educational awards.
She then went abroad to the UK to attend the University of Bath, where she graduated with a Master of Engineering (MEng, Chemical Engineering).
Following her graduation, Ms. Mohnani worked for numerous institutions within the UK and Austria, forming part of multiple women’s engineering societies. She currently works at Deloitte London as a business operations consulting analyst with a particular emphasis on the public sphere.
Ms. Mohnani has also been recognised as one of the Salters’ Institute top 5 UK Chemical Engineers in 2019 for her work in celebrating women in STEM as a female role model. Additionally, she also leads the Codename MAXINE, a community targeting the expansion of women and other minority groups in the male-dominated industry.
You can read more about Simran Mohani and her award here: https://wearetechwomen.com/simran-mohnani-deloitte/