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University of Newcastle

Bachelor of Engineering Chemical Engineering



Career Path

Interview Highlights

Best Career Advice

“Brenda, don’t be afraid to try something new and give everything you put your hand to your, or take initiative. Just take one step at a time. You don’t have to know the full journey to take the next best step.”

Career Challenge

“It was when I was at my operation superintendent roll and I was actually at BHP at the time working on a time when we had one of our plans to meet uranium solvent extraction when he was in that role where one of the plants was offline. So to start just a couple to solve and extraction, and this one of the cup sections was off, the other one was, and what this meant was that the offline one had multiple people working in it and trying to fix pumps and try to take the scale-out and tanks in the vessels. So it essentially everything was open. Or if you wanna, if you want to call it a open-heart surgery on one, and the other plan was operating as per normal. So the challenge year was really kinda deal and manage two work groups.”


Strategic Planning, Metallurgy, Mineral Processing, Minerals, Mining, Continuous Improvement, Commissioning, Engineering, Process Engineering, Operational Planning, Team Leadership

Professional Interests

Empowering Female Engineers, YouTube, Mining, Chemical Engineering, Women in STEM

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