How to smash 2020 –  an evening of workshops to ensure you keep your 2020 g...

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60 Worship Street (entry via Vandy Street)



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Presented by Triangirls: Not your average women in tech event.

This event is open to all womxn and non-binary* people working in Design & Tech.

 How to create new year resolutions that get results

New Year, New Me is something you'll be hearing over the next few weeks but we want to focus on real change! We want to keep that fresh start momentum going so that we do complete our goals. Big goals can be scary so we’ll help you to make them more manageable.

We’ll be hearing from Juliet Kampasi who’s a Service Designer at The Institute of Leadership & Management. She’ll be running a workshop on how to keep your new year career resolution.

We’ll also have Mina Bach, Product Designer at IBM, showing us how bullet journals can organise your life when you’re not much of a planner.

In this evening of workshops, together we'll identify goals for the new year and use creative exercises to help us action them.


6:30 - Arrival - drinks and food (inc. vegan & vegetarian options. Let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements when you grab your ticket)
7:00 – Welcome and introduction by ClearScore, Geckoboard & Triangirls
7:10 - Part 1: Juilet - Intro & workshop
7:40 - Break (15 min)
7:55 - Part 2: Mina - Intro & workshop
8:25 - Workshops finish / wrap up
8:30 - Networking
9:00 - Continue chats at the pub



A huge thank you to ClearScore, their support is incredibly valuable to our community and helps us put on such memorable events.

ClearScore is a user-before-profits scale-up based in Vauxhall, London. Their team are working to make a real difference to their users’ lives by helping them make better financial decisions. Currently, ClearScore are hiring for multiple roles, so head over to to find out more!


Thank you Geckoboard!

At Geckoboard we're helping companies all around the world achieve their goals. We make it easy for people to connect their data and create beautiful TV dashboards aligning teams on their most important metrics. As a growing team, in the heart of Shoreditch, we are motivated by building a great product in a great environment that is welcoming and supportive for all. We are delighted to be able to meet, welcome and support other likeminded people from the wider community who, like Triangirls, share our motivation.

About our speakers:

Mina Bach

Mina is a Product Designer at IBM during the week and on weekends she volunteers as lead mentor for Design Club, a non-profit teaching children aged 7-17 design thinking as a life skill. Thanks to her Bullet Journal she also finds time to go for brunch in North London and keep up with her never-ending podcast subscriptions.

Juliet Kampasi

Juliet is a Service Designer at The Institute of Leadership & Management where she
manages the design and development of The Institute’s e-learning solutions, providing an
improved experience to learners by creating innovative content and intuitive design.

Who are the Triangirls?

A femme-friendly community for womxn and non-binary folks working in tech. We exist to encourage the sharing of experiences and facilitate collaboration in each others growth.

You can find out what we get up to in our monthly newsletter, and view photos from our previous events on the website.

Triangirls Code of Conduct

While participating in the Triangirls community both online and offline, you are required to follow this code of conduct.

Triangirls is a safe space and supportive community that provides mentorship and empowerment for womxn and non-binary people working in design.

*Our meetings are inclusive and supportive spaces for all womxn (trans, intersex and cis) and all nonbinary, agender and gender variant people. Self-definition is at the sole discretion of that individual.

As Triangirls is run by volunteers, and we rely on our community to help ensure we have a welcoming, open, diverse and safe environment.

We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, educational level, age, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability.

If you have any queries regarding our gender inclusion policy, please don’t hesitate to contact the organisers.

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