Lancashire aerospace engineer earns place in top 100 women of the year

A BAE Systems engineer working in Lancashire has been named as one of the Tech Women 100 winners for 2021.

Thursday, 25th November 2021, 12:30 pm

Krystina Pearson-Rampeearee was chosen as one of the inspiring women in the awards designed to highlight the contribution of women in an under represented sector.

Krystina, who works as a senior flight systems engineer for BAE Systems at Warton, is also a STEM ambassador and is keen to show young people in the region who are considering a career in engineering that the possibilities are endless.

She said: “I’m absolutely delighted to have been selected as a 2021 Tech Women 100 winner. With women underrepresented in this sector, these awards are fantastic for highlighting role models in the industry who can inspire the next generation.

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Krystina Pearson-Rampeearee

"It means a lot to be listed amongst these incredible and inspiring women.”

Krystina’s role involves getting to grips with the whole life cycle of the equipment within a system, from development, to installation onto the aircraft. She is currently supporting the development of the future combat air solution Tempest.Read more: Lancashire lasses flying high after BAE Systems competition offers Spitfire experienceThank you for reading. The Lancashire Post and Blackpool Gazette are more reliant than ever on you taking out a digital subscription to support our journalism. For unlimited access to local news, sport and information online, you can subscribe here for the Post and here for the Gazette.