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Delivering diversity and inclusion in the technology industry

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Computer Weekly’s annual event dedicated to diversity in technology takes place on 4th October 2017, this year in partnership with Mortimer Spinks.

Featuring the 50 most influential women in UK technology awards.

Join us for an afternoon of high-profile speakers and interactive workshops, designed to help you develop a more diverse technology workforce. We will also announce who has been voted as the most influential woman in UK technology for this year. Who will succeed last year’s winner, BBC presenter and TeenTech CEO Maggie Philbin?

Attending this event will allow you to:

  • Understand the positive changes taking place and what still needs to be done

  • Hear from our speakers & participate during the Q&A session

  • Network with your peers at our post-event reception

  • Take part in workshops examining best practice in developing diverse technology teams

The speaker line-up are being finalised. Spaces for this event are limited please apply to register today!

Speakers and Panellists confirmed:

Alison Vincent - Group Chief Information Security Officer, HSBC

Anne Marie Neatham - Chief Operating Officer, Ocado Technology

Catherine Knivett - Principal Policy Officer – Digital Skills, Greater London Authority

Charlotte Finn - VP Programmes, EMEA, Salesforce.org

Guy Armitage - CEO, Zealous

Helen Fraser, Consultant, FDM

Jacqueline De Rojas, President of techUK

James Roberts, Business Intern, CA Technologies

Joysy John, Digital Consultant and Entrepreneur

Kirstie Wilkins, Technology Consulting Analyst, Deloitte

Ray Coyle, UK CEO, Auticon

Rioch Edwards-Brown, Founder, So You Wanna be in TV?

Sinéad Keenan, Senior Director in the Solutions Team at Mind Gym

For full details and speaker bios please click here.


Workshops:

Rachael Hanley-Browne - Head of Leadership Consulting, Harvey Nash;
Reboot, Recruit, Retain - How to recruit and sustain an inclusive workforce

Kirsty Styles - Talent and Skills Lead, North Tech;
Media and Public speaker - Training to make role models in our industry more visible

Abigail Rappoport - CEO, Emoquo;
What's getting in the way of your D&I plan? - The nuts and bolts of tackling the everyday behaviours that destroy an inclusive culture

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