Our mission statement:
Our mission is to celebrate women at every stage of their technology journey. We're creating a network to enable women to share their experiences, advice, and raise awareness of challenges we are yet to overcome. It is too common for women to feel isolated within this industry, and we're building the foundations to provide women with a platform they can rely on.
Whether you're an apprentice, a manager, a woman, or a man - you have a part to play in helping us tackle the gender diversity deficit. Our goal is that one day soon, this campaign will no longer be necessary.
Computing celebrates some of the female pioneers who found huge success despite male dominated environments
Computing is proud to announce the shortlist for the 2018 Women in IT Excellence Awards
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There are far fewer women than men working in IT, and those that have chosen the career are likely to be paid less than their male counterparts. Computing is providing a platform to debate and begin to counter these issues
The Awards recognise the innovation, leadership and transformation that women bring to the IT industry
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