Bright Spark, Candice Lam, Wins Women’s Agenda Leadership Award
Inaugural Bright Spark, Candice Lam, has taken home one of the top gongs at the 2019 Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards in Sydney.
Candice, a Technology Resource Management Partner with BHP in Brisbane, was announced as an emerging leader in the sector. The judges said she ““Demonstrates exceptional commitment to disrupting the industry and encouraging and supporting women to enter and stay in engineering.”
Of course, here at Brighter we know how passionate Candice is about engineering and encouraging more women into STEM related careers. If you haven’t read her profile, you can check it out here.
Congratulations to Candice on this fantastic recognition of her career to date. We have no doubt we will see more of her in the future!
To read more about the other winner from the 7th annual Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards, please click here.Explore
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