This is the story of how a working class girl from London’s East End migrant community turned her talent for maths into a career as an expert in aerodynamics. It is also the story of how I found her story.
The third site of memory as part of the main War Graves Week events takes us to the East of England and to Cambridge City Cemetery. The Public Engagement Coordinators for the Commission who cover the East are Megan Kelleher and Sophie Newton. Megan Kelleher Megan is the Public Engagement Coordinator for the East (Central) … Continue reading CWGC x Herstory Club: Megan, Sophie and Cambridge City Cemetery
The second location for the main War Graves Week events this week takes us into the South Region and to the Runnymede Air Forces Memorial. The two Public Engagement Coordinators for the Commission who cover the South East of England are Sarah Nathaniel and Will Reid. Sarah Nathaniel Sarah is the Public Engagement Coordinator for … Continue reading CWGC x Herstory Club: Sarah, Will & The Runnymede Memorial