Nav Sawhney

Nav found Engineers Without Borders UK after leaving his competitive graduate role, looking for ways to make his engineering go further. He then went on to gain a place on our international programme where he became inspired and has since started his own social enterprise, The Washing Machine Project.

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Sakthy Selvakumaran

After becoming acutely aware of the life saving impact of engineering, Sakthy was inspired to make a positive difference in peoples lives through her own engineering practice. 

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Joe Mulligan

Wonder how Kate Raworth’s doughnut analogy is relevant in the engineering context? Joe Mulligan explains…

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Ruvan Mendis

Hear how Ruvan is inputting sustainable practice into his corporate role after being motivated by Engineers Without Borders UK’s ethos.

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