WES Centenary Trail Map

In 2019 the Women’s Engineering Society celebrated its centenary. Founded with the intention of supporting women into employment and education in the varied fields of engineering, WES has had many notable members with fascinating lives and careers, yet the only member who features widely in the popular historical narrative is pilot Amy Johnson. As part of our Centenary Trail Project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the WES Centenary Map aims to help redress this, by showcasing new and improved Wikipedia entries about historical women engineers as pins on our map.

Keep up to date with our progress and get updates on events and Wikithons  @WESCentenary on Twitter or @wes_centenary on Instagram and the hashtag #WES100


If you are looking for a particular woman engineer, use the search box below to see if she features on our map.


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