NCE has this week unveiled a new-look team with two new recruits, greatly strengthening the technical and journalistic depth of the award-winning brand.
NCE last week unveiled a new-look team with two new recruits, greatly strengthening the technical and journalistic depth of the award-winning brand.
The new team will be shaped around delivering NCE’s stated goal: to help professional engineers become better engineers by providing thought-provoking and inspiring content around future technologies, technical excellence and the future role of the engineer.
NCE’s content will now be spearheaded by deputy editor Alexandra Wynne. Now in her ninth year with NCE, she has deep industry knowledge and a clear passion around future technologies.
She will be supported by Ben Cronin and Katherine Smale, who both joined the team over Christmas.
Cronin is a hugely experienced business to business journalist and joins NCE from Lighting magazine, the monthly publication for the lighting industry where he was editor. He joins NCE in the key role of features editor and will specifically lead on exploring the future skills needed in engineers.
Smale joins NCE from SKM where she was a structural engineer, working on a host of complex projects including the extension of the main stand at Liverpool FC. She takes on the role of technical reporter and will specifically lead on the technical excellence theme.
The team will continue to be supported by Dave Parker as technical editor emeritus.
“I’m delighted to be able to reveal NCE’s new team structure,” explained NCE editor Mark Hansford. “NCE is a global brand that delivers award winning content online, in app, in print and through live events including awards, conferences, round tables and webinars.
“In the last year we have revamped our digital offering through a new app, with many thousands of ICE members now sourcing must-read content digitally only.”
“This year NCE will remain focused on improving the digital experience for all its subscribers.
“This means focusing our editorial effort around our key themes of future technologies, technical excellence and the future role of the engineer and Alex, Ben and Katherine are absolutely key to this.”