Eur Ing Dr Phebe Mann leads the way for sustainability and women in engineering with new position

Eur Ing Dr Phebe Mann

Dr Phebe Mann has been selected as the Vice-Chair on the Regional Committee at Institution of Civil Engineers London.

The alumna, who completed her Construction Management MSc at Loughborough University, is no stranger to leadership positions at large sustainability and engineering institutions. She is the first and only woman to hold eight professional titles concurrently in the UK.  

Dr Mann has significant involvement in ICE London,acting as the Chair for Knowledge Lectures at One Great George Street as well as having hosted the Open House London's Engineering Heritage ICE Boat Tour aimed to showcase the vital role of engineers in building, maintaining and transforming London’s infrastructure and the built environment. 

The position as Chair for Knowledge Lectures stimulates communication and discussion of built environment professionals and the general public on current civil engineering issues and international connections. 

The Institution for Civil Engineering is a professional membership body that government and industry listen to while providing unrivalled support to our 95,000 civil engineer members. 

Eur Ing Dr Phebe Mann also acts as an Elected Member on the ICE Council 2022In her statement she expressed her passion for engineering: 

I am passionate in promoting Civil Engineering to the general public, the next generation, and young people who are budding civil engineers.” 

She continued with what it means to be a woman and an engineer: 

Women Chartered Engineers are under-represented. I will contribute to ICE Council with my excellent communication skills, engineering knowledge, legal experience, national and global experience.” 

The alumna has served the organisation since 2010, working in various positions across the boardActing as Chair, Dr Mann would like to focus on bringing sustainability to the city, addressing transportation, renewable energy and biodiversity solutions. She aims to build networks between professional institutions and work together to achieve Net Zero.