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Reservists and The Princess Royal attend WISE event

 

On Monday, an event was held at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay to celebrate talented woman in Wales, including several Reservists.

 

The Prince Royal, attended the event and met with participants of Women in Science, Technology and Engineering (WISE).

 

Two of those were Royal Naval Reservists Leading Naval Nurse Nicola Bromham, a NHS Accident and Emergency nurse, and AB (Logs) Bethan Morris, who holds a senior position in the Welsh Government. There were also representatives from the Army Reserve and Royal Air Force Reserve.

 

Building on the recent International Women's Day celebrations, WISE promoted the contribution women in Wales one-year on from the launch of the 'Talented Women for a Successful Wales' report.

 

It aims to capture the excitement, rewards and growing opportunities for women with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) qualifications.

 

Interested in becoming a Reservist? Click here for more information.

 

(Thursday 16 March 2017)

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