About Roni Savage

Roni, is an international speaker on matters relating to diversity, engineering, construction and entrepreneurship.

She is a Chartered Engineer (CEng FICE), Chartered Geologist (CGeol) and SiLC (Specialist in Land Condition). She was also awarded Honorary Fellowship of Royal Institute of British Architects in 2021 (Hon RIBA).

Roni is also Policy Chair for Construction for the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

A graduate of University of Portsmouth with a BEng(hons) in Engineering Geology and Geotechnics, she also holds a Masters’ (with distinction) in Environmental Management. She has worked on many major construction schemes, including the widening of the A406 and M25, as well as major building developments across the UK.

She was formerly Associate Director of one of the UK’s largest Engineering Firms. 

In 2009, after gaining several years of industry experience, she established Jomas Associates, serving land developers across the UK, building it into a multi-million turnover.

Jomas undertake site investigations, engineering and environmental surveys on construction projects across the UK.

Under Roni’s stewardship, Jomas focus on providing their clients with high quality, high value, expedient, engineering solutions, with emphasis on delivery.

In 2017, Jomas was acknowledged as a high growth company by Goldman Sachs, and Roni took part in the 10kSB business programme run with University of Oxford, Said Business School.

A mother to three boys, Roni is extremely passionate about gender diversity and social mobility, volunteering her time to mentor and coach others. She is vice chair and board trustee for the YMCA, and a member of the chartership committee of the Geological Society of London. In 2019, she received the presidential invitation to Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Roni has a very strong entrepreneurial spirit, with a passion for success and business growth.  Her approach is strategic, client, and cost-focused, and this allows her to achieve success in her endeavours.

She is a role model to other women as she has successfully combined being an entrepreneur with being a mother, while finding time to empower and inspire others.

Roni enjoys speaking about topics relating to Engineering, Diversity & Inclusion, Mentoring, Change making. She has been interviewed for articles for Forbes, Property Week, LinkedIn, Telegraph, Daily Mail, and has appeared on Sky News, BBC News and London Live TV.

She was an adviser to Lord Sugar on the BBC Apprentice TV Programme in 2019.