Engineering Policy Group Scotland

Working with the Strategic Engagement and Partnerships (SEP) department of the IET, this volunteer-led group provides strategic advice to Government, responds to consultations, delivers thought leadership and develops position statements and other materials within their fields of expertise.

If you would like to find out more on the roles and responsibilities of the group, become a member or have any questions, please get in touch with us today at


Dr Carol Marsh, Leonardo

Carol is Deputy Head of Electronics at Leonardo and has worked in the field of electronics for over 35 years, specializing in programmable logic. Carol is Chair of the IET Council, Past Chair of IET Scotland, Past Chair of the SSELN, Member of the Members and Professional Development Board, the Audit and Risk Committee and the Nominations and Succession Committee, and is a PRA, PRI, Mentor and Fellow Assessor.

Outside the IET, Carol is a Member of the Engineering Climate Conference Committee, and Past President of the Women’s Engineering Society (WES). She is the winner of 7 technology and diversity awards and in 2020 Carol was awarded an OBE for Diversity and Inclusion in Electronic Engineering. 


Martin Belshaw


Brigit Coleman-Green

UK Ministry of Defence

Derek Elder

Institute of Civil Engineers

David Flynn

IET Scotland

Professor Gareth Harrison

University of Edinburgh

Robin MacLaren


Alistair McInroy

Technology Scotland

Alison McLure

Institute of Physics

Derek McNab

Institution of Chemical Engineers

Dr Craig Michie

University of Strathclyde

Panos Papadopoulos

University of Strathclyde

Derek Young

Institute of Physics