Margaret Oguntala: Unveiling the NSE’S first female President

Engineer Margaret Oguntala has been immersed in the world of engineering since she was a young girl.

Growing up in Nigeria, she was always captivated by the way things worked and the potential for engineering to create positive change in her community. As a bright and determined student, she pursued her education in engineering, overcoming challenges and breaking barriers along the way.

After years of hard work and dedication, Margaret Oguntala is on the verge of making history as she is set to be sworn in as the first woman to lead the Nigerian Society of Engineers. Her journey to this pivotal moment has been marked by perseverance, innovation, and a steadfast commitment to advancing the field of engineering in Nigeria.

As she prepares to take on this new role, Margaret reflects on the challenges she has faced and the support she has received from her colleagues and mentors. She is determined to use her position to inspire and empower the next generation of female engineers, breaking down gender barriers and ensuring that women have equal opportunities to excel in the field.

On Saturday, as Margaret Oguntala stands before her peers, colleagues, and supporters, she will not only be taking on a leadership role but also carrying the hopes and dreams of aspiring female engineers across the nation. Her inauguration will symbolize a significant step forward for gender equality in engineering and serve as a testament to the power of determination and passion in overcoming obstacles.

As the first woman to lead the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Engineer Margaret Oguntala will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the field of engineering and inspire future generations to pursue their ambitions without boundaries.

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