Trainline celebrates International Women in Engineering Day

inwed-01It’s International Women in Engineering Day (#INWED17) and although at Trainline we dig great engineering all year round, today we’re especially celebrating the diversity of our team and the successes of our brilliant women engineers. Better still, we’re sharing their stories to inspire more young women to investigate the amazing opportunities open to them in engineering and technology.


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Who better to tell their engineering stories than them? So…

What does engineering mean to you?


Engineering to me means building a solution to serve a purpose

Jo Amarlapudi, Mobile QA Engineer

What I love in engineering is the intellectual challenge it poses to me and the opportunity to be creative and solve problems that can impact people in real life.

Marta Ludovico, Agile Developer

Being empowered to help create something valuable every day

Karen Parish, Agile Business Analyst


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Karen Parish, Agile Business Analyst, discusses the importance of transparency in Engineering at Trainline Engineering Summit 17

Engineering = curiosity. It is the way you see the world. The need to figure out what’s hidden behind each and every object, how it works and noticing how awesome it is

Aleksandra Koloczek, Platform Operations Engineer

Problem solving, building things our users love and learning new things every day

Natalie Akam, Agile UI Developer

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Natalie Akam, Agile UI Developer, speaking at Trainline’s Engineering Summit 17

Solving new challenges with creativity and passion…and working my butt off to understand my job!

Xuan-Thi Nguyen, Software Engineer

Being an artisan or “craftwoman” of our times, as people in the iron age used to make beautiful and useful tools with iron, we now make beautiful and useful things with code.

Teresa Jimenez Arreola, Agile Mobile Developer Android

What being an engineer means to me? It puts my creativity and imagination at the world’s service by evolving and improving people’s lives through technology

Nisha Chaganlal, Agile Developer


Clare Gilmartin, CEO, speaks at NOAH Berlin 17 on technology in the travel industry and the importance of diversity at Trainline to create high-performing teams

To be an engineer is to join a culture dedicated to being open-minded, creative and wanting to continuously learn and adapt.

Laura Willis, IT Support Engineer

To me, it’s looking for efficient solutions to any kind of problem you face in your day.

Marion Mère, Software Engineer

Promote diversity, show that amazing things can happen when we are involved in this “majority male” domain.

Audrey Sobgou, iOS Engineer

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Some of our tech-loving women headed to Women of Silicon Roundabout earlier this year