Welcome to the EqualEngineers REACH (Race, Ethnicity And Cultural Heritage) Network, a groundbreaking initiative dedicated to amplifying diversity and fostering inclusion within the engineering and technology sectors. As we unveil this vibrant community, we invite you to join us at next event on the 21st March.
Join us for a celebration of diverse talents and perspectives that shape our industry, reflecting our commitment to race, ethnicity, and cultural heritage
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Why you should join our Network
Joining the EqualEngineers REACH Network offers numerous benefits, making it a vital platform for those passionate about diversity in engineering and technology:
- Community and Support: Connect with a supportive community that understands the unique challenges faced people from an ethnic minority background in engineering and technology.
- Professional Development: Gain access to exclusive opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Influencing Change: Play an active role in driving industry-wide change by participating in initiatives and events aimed at fostering inclusivity.
Networking Opportunities: Meet and collaborate with like-minded professionals and industry leaders who are committed to diversity and inclusion.
- Exclusive Insights: Receive regular updates and insights into the latest developments in the field of engineering diversity, and also gain the opportunity to broadcast your own startup projects, programmes and events.
Whether your goal is to advance your career, make a meaningful impact, or connect with a network of professionals who share your values, the REACH Network provides a dynamic and empowering environment to achieve it.
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REACH Network Co-Chairs
Tyler is a Project Engineer with a variety of experience, currently at BOC. His passion for EDI stems from an understanding of the challenges of inequality in engineering careers and beyond. He is driven to improve representation and create opportunities for others. He is mixed race and part of the LGBTQ+ community.
Ash is a recent Aeronautical Engineering graduate from Glasgow, Scotland. Ash decided to spark interest in STEM careers by writing an article about struggles students from ethnic minortiy backgrounds face starting a career in engineering for EqualEngineers in 2020. Continuing his D&I work at GE Aerospace, Ash launched a race and ethnicity network at GE Caledonian and takes part in STEM events like careers fairs and supporting airshows.