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Women in Tech

Women in Tech Leadership Conference

The Inclusive Tech Alliance (ITA) Women in Tech Leadership Conference took place on March 2019. The conference was attended by almost 300 senior women from across the UK tech sector.

The event was a follow on from the launch of Inclusive Board’s 100 Most Influential BAME in UK tech produced in partnership with The Financial Times.

The conference will cover the following topics and more:

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Authentic Leadership
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Tech – The Future of Leadership

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Barriers to Leadership and Solutions
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Getting to C-Suite

Register your interest for the women in tech conference 2020

CONFERENCE speakers

Barbara Kasumu

Barbara Kasumu

Host

Meri Williams

Meri Williams

Co Host

Anne-Claire Blet

Anne-Claire Blet

Director of Strategic Partnerships at What3Words

Audra Simons

Audra Simons

Director Forcepoint Innovation Labs

Ben Brabyn

Ben Brabyn

Head of Level39, Mentor at Microsoft Ventures, Ambassador at Heropreneurs and Royal Navy

Chelsea Chen

Chelsea Chen

Co-founder of Emotech

Joyce Adeluwoye-Adams

Joyce Adeluwoye-Adams

Global Diversity & Inclusion Director

Joy Foster

Joy Foster

Founder and Managing Director of Tech Pixies

Jacky Wright

Jacky Wright

Chief Digital & Information Officer at HM Revenue & Customs

Jenny Gove

Jenny Gove

User Experience Research lead at Google

Dr Hayaatun Sillem

Dr Hayaatun Sillem

Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Lucy Yu

Lucy Yu

Director of Public Policy @FiveAI

Lara Martini

Lara Martini

Learning and Enablement Director EMEA, Microsoft

Maria Hernandez

Maria Hernandez

Head of Innovation, UKI – Cisco

Marie-Axelle Loustalot-Forest

Marie-Axelle Loustalot-Forest

Chief Commercial Officer, Ocado Solutions

Rachel Bale

Rachel Bale

VP, Global Enterprise Partnerships at MasterCard

Rav Bumbra

Rav Bumbra

Founder of Cajigo

Sarah Atkinson

Sarah Atkinson

Global director of Corporate Social Responsibility – Micro Focus

Vanessa Vallely

Vanessa Vallely

Managing Director & Founder of WeAreTheCity

Wincie Wong

Wincie Wong

Co-founder of RBS Girls Can Code network and founding member of Tech She Can

About the ita

The Inclusive Tech Alliance (ITA) was launched at the House of Commons in November 2018. ITA is a membership body focused on supporting efforts to improve diversity within the UK Tech sector. It is a collaboration with the Financial Times, who produced a special report into ethnic diversity in tech on the same day. Our membership offer for 2019 is available upon request.

As part of the launch, we released a separate report highlighting deep inequalities within the tech sector. The research featured in the Guardian, City AM, iNews, Independent, Mirror and other media outlets. It showed that only 12.6% of board members in the country’s largest tech firms were women. Download our tech briefing. 

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