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It was this manifesto that served as the rallying cry of the Women's engineering Society, which Parsons founded along with her mother in 1919.
The day has been organised by Women's Engineering Society, a professional, not-for-profit network of female engineers, scientists and technologists which aims to offer inspiration, support and professional development.
Engineering will be firmly in the spotlight next week thanks to the first National Women in Engineering Day - which has been set up by the Women's Engineering Society (WES) to celebrate its 95th anniversary.
It was this attitude that led to her being awarded the IET's 2012 Women's Engineering Society prize.
Additional prizes include the Mary George Memorial Prize for apprentices and the Women's Engineering Society Prize, which is awarded to a graduate engineer.
This annual award, which commemorates the life of Dr Karen Burt, is presented by the Women's Engineering Society and aims to encourage more women to take up chartered status and promote the engineering, applied science and IT professions.
She was a Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Excellence Award finalist and a Western Mail Women of the Year finalist in 2005, and, as a result, was asked to help promote engineering among young women through a volunteer role with the Women's Engineering Society in Wales.
She was a Women in Science and Engineering Excellence Award finalist and a Welsh Women of the Year finalist in 2005 and, as a result, was asked to helped promote engineering among young women through a volunteer role with the Women's Engineering Society in Wales.