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.
From Google to SoundCloud to the UK's biggest software company, Caoimhe Keogan is all about bringing humanity to the workplace
Finding peace in data: an interview with Alice Genevois, senior data science manager at Lloyds Banking Group
Genevois wanted to be a marketer - then she discovered data science
'At the core I'm a nurse but I could see processes struggling to keep up with the times', says CNIO Dione Rogers
it’s too easy and convenient to point to women’s apparent lack of confidence as the key explanation for their under-representation at all levels in technology
The Women in Technology Excellence Awards offer a superb opportunity to celebrate the success of women working in the technology sector
VP of business and portfolio management at Pearson recalls some of her earlier roles - and considers how not all advice is equally useful
Rachel Pattinson explores how the School of Computing at Newcastle University is supporting women working in academic computing roles
With nominations currently open for the Women in Technology Excellence Awards, meet some of our judges - including Sarah Lucas, Head of Platforms and Infrastructure at William Hill and Kate Beverley, VP of Business and Portfolio Management at Pearson...
In October 2020, Octopus Energy embarked on an internship programme designed to prove that you don’t need to be a white man to flourish in the tech industry
Every organisation needs its helpers but their efforts often go unrecognised, says ENSEK’s Sarah Smith
Stemettes co-founder Anne-Marie Imafidon speaks to three young women making their way in tech and engineering and helping others to follow in their footsteps
Panelists talked about passion, families and compensation
Bigger than ever, the Festival offers two days of carefully selected motivational keynotes, case studies, panel discussions and mentoring sessions
Grab your place now, with the early bird discount set to close on Friday 14th August
Bev White, CEO, Harvey Nash Group, discusses our takeaways from lockdown, including how the post-Covid IT landscape must include more opportunities for women
Experts believe this gap is due to lower participation of girls in STEM subjects
“I always wanted to be a CIO, but there were times I thought I would never make it,” says CIO of the Year Nimisha Patel
The Women in Tech Awards celebrate all steps on the career ladder: from rising stars to outstanding returners
The Festival was a great success in 2019, and Computing and CRN are pleased to bring it back this year to celebrate the success of women in IT and the channel
Charlotte Allery, Employment Solicitor in the Technology Sector at Coffin Mew, argues that the government must do more to promote diversity in the technology industry
"Society discourages women from entering STEM fields," says entrepreneur Christine Telyan
Natasha Sayce-Zelem, Head of Technology, Digital Service at Sky, revealed to the Women in Tech Festival one of her secrets to help banish the blame culture from IT
The FT's Angelique Vu on how she switched from the creative arts to software engineering
See all the fun activities, sessions, workshops and events from the Women in Tech Festival - with over 600 people having a blast!