Profile: Anne Fuller

Author: J. Whitelaw

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1 June 2016

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Profile: Anne Fuller

The Structural Engineer
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J. Whitelaw

Date published

1 June 2016

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J. Whitelaw

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Anne Fuller has been an Institution chief examiner, has designed challenging buildings all over the UK, and is now director of Capita’s civil and structural engineering division in the North. She discusses her career with Jackie Whitelaw and wonders whether talking to girls at school is really all we have in our armoury in the battle to increase diversity in the profession.

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2
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Career Profiles Opinion Issue 6

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