About Us.

D-vers-ty strive to be the only ‘eyes’ in diversity.

Challenging the habit of identifying differences before recognising attributes and talents in Engineering and Technology fields.

We work with engineering and technology businesses to make their working environments more inclusive and taking it past recruitment to focus on retention.

 

What We Do.

D-vers-ty can assist you or your organisation in a number of ways, a few of our favourites are below. But there is something else you want us to do - get in touch. 

Dive in Mentorship Programme 

Workshops & Events 

Blogs & Thought Pieces

Why we care.

12.5%

Women make up only 12.5% of board members in the technology sector. *

2.5-5%

Six months after graduating, BME engineering graduates in full-time work earned 2.5% - 5% less than their white counterparts.**

25%

25% of gay employees in the construction industry have personally experienced offensive comments about their sexuality in the last 12 months. ***

Who we are.

Civil Engineer 

Structures/Bridges

Georgia 

 

Georgia is passionate about creating inclusive working environments conducive to personal and professional development. Georgia founded D-vers-ty on the basis that you need to bring your 'whole self' to work to reach your potential. Beyond quotas and boxes, she believes real diversity comes from true inclusion.

Mechanical Engineer

Defence Aerospace

Joanna

Joanna is passionate about disrupting engineering and technology industries by thinking differently and encouraging greater collaboration with embedded inclusive cultures. Joanna strongly believes there are endless opportunities for improvements in STE(A)M education.

Chartered Civil Engineer

Transport Planning

Penny

Penny's belief is that real change needs disruptive organisations challenging the slow rate of change, which is why she joined D-vers-ty. Here she strives to help take the ED&I conversation beyond the usual suspects and see it become embedded in our cultures, processes & daily working lives.

“Significant numbers of staff treat diversity issues as a joke even though there is supposed management support. This evaporates as soon as there is an issue as it's treated like complainants are making waves.”