The Nigerian Society of Engineers has inducted the Lagos Area Manager of Nigerian Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Engr. (Mrs.) Sarat Braimah as one of its Fellows.
Braimah, the authority’s Lagos Area Manager revealed this in a statement issued in Lagos on Tuesday.
The Area Manager posited that the NSE has remained one of most important group of professionals, worthy of great interest in the nation.
She stated that she was pleasantly surprised by the approval of the Council of Nigerian Society of Engineers for her election as Fellow which is the highest level in the Nigerian Society of Engineers.
Braimah equally stressed that it was an honour to be listed among great Engineering personalities, “Some who are great institutions on their own and mentors to whom we wish to emulate. Engineering used to be an all men affair but over time women have made in roads, holding their heads above water.”
“In all honesty, our seniors, have indeed encouraged us in lots of ways and I want to believe women will redefine the future of Engineering ecosystem, breaking ceilings and leaving legacies. It is on this score, that I will like to also encourage young female engineers, mentor them and provide opportunities for them to thrive,” She said.
Braimah promised to set up an NGO to hunt for great female minds from tertiary schools.
She said this was to enable them develop Engineering projects and encourage them to break new grounds.