Talent 2030

Engineer Roma Agrawal features in Marks & Spencer’s Campaign!

One of our Talent 2030 Heroes, Roma Agrawal, has been chosen as one of the “Leading Ladies” for an exciting new campaign by Marks & Spencers!

The campaign involves a dynamic line-up of inspiring women including actress Emma Thompson, singer-songwriter Annie Lennox OBE, Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon OBE, East London fashion entrepreneur LuLu Kennedy, television chef Rachel Khoo, Supermodel and UN goodwill ambassador Alex Wek and singer Rita Ora. The stunning images were taken by iconic fashion photographer, Annie Lebovitz and showcases the M&S S/S 2014 collection which will be available from 31st March.


A Marks&Spencer image shot by Annie Leibovitz. Roma pictured second in from the left.

Roma’s feature in this campaign is a great example of the growing recognition of women in the engineering and manufacturing industry and we hope that many young females will be inspired by her feature in this campaign. In a recent tweet, Roma said “Excited and overwhelmed at the amazing support for #leadingladies” and said she was delighted to share the image above.

Her profile on the M&S website reads:

Roma Agrawal: Structural Engineer and advocate for technical careers
A young professional with a real sense of style, structural engineer Roma brings the same philosophy to her engineering designs and wardrobe practicality, uniqueness and aesthetic. She works for WSP, a global firm providing built environment and management consultancy services and is not afraid to show a pop of colour with her outfits or fresh ideas on construction sites. Her work designing iconic landmark ‘The Shard’ has won her numerous awards including ‘Young Structural Engineer of the Year’ by the Institution of Structural Engineers and ’35 Women under 35’ by Management Today.

Roma features in the M&S video where the inspiring women discuss their style:

More information about the Leading Ladies campaign.

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