Born to engineer - Faye Banks
The video provides an interview with Faye Banks. Faye Banks is the north-east electrical transmission and asset manager for National Grid.
Since growing up in care and returning to education to retake her GCSEs while working at a packing plant, she has become Young Women Engineer of the Year 2004 and the youngest-ever fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Her role is to ensure the reliable transmission of electrical energy and a safe working environment at Substations to guarantee resources are effectively utilised.
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