By Catherine Fox
Sometimes influence is hard to measure but Felicity Briody can almost see it happening in front of her eyes when she talks to school students about a career in engineering.
A water resource engineer, Briody was a Young Leader winner in the inaugural 100 Women of Influence awards in 2012 for her work setting up the not-for-profit education group, Power of Engineering, when she was 25 years old.
Launching with events in just a handful of Queensland schools, and with support from Queensland University of Technology and the state government, the Power of Engineering was co-founded with colleague Jill Kenny.
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