Through my extra-curricular efforts during my PhD, I have been blessed with a lot of recognition + opportunities.

25 Under 30 Ones to Watch (UK)

awarded by CodeFirst:Girls in April 2018

for "building amazing careers in tech and entrepreneurship. In addition to achieving considerable success in their work or studies, they have also given back to the community in a variety of ways."

Read an article on this published by Information Age here. Read an interview of me by King's College London here.

Ada Lovelace Student Prize

awarded by the Natural + Mathematical Sciences Faculty at King's College London in November 2017

for "making a significant contribution in advancing gender equality in the Faculty."
See a photo of me with the award here.

Corporate Rising Star (London + South East)

awarded by Forward Ladies in September 2017

to "recognise + celebrates the next generation of inspirational female professionals who are able to demonstrate personal, as well as general, business progression achieved."

Read more about this in my blog post + see a photo of me with the award here. Read an interview of me by King's College London here.

Best New Activity Group Award

awarded by King's College London Students' Union in July 2017

This was awarded to KCL Women in STEM Society at the end of my term as its President; there were sixteen nominees in total.

Laurel

awarded by King's College London Students' Union in July 2017

"in recognition of outstanding service to King's College London or its Students' Union (KCLSU) by demonstrating consistent dedication + commitment above + beyond the role."

Only ten laurels were awarded.

Ada Lovelace Student Prize

awarded by the Natural + Mathematical Sciences Faculty at King's College London in November 2016

for "making a significant contribution in advancing gender equality in the Faculty."

This was awarded to KCL Women in STEM Society in the middle of my term as its President.

PhDomics by Fatima