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.
Low numbers of female mentors and role models becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy in IT, turning women off from starting in the sector. That's not good enough
You don't have to have all the answers - just focus on being human and forging connections with your team, says the CIO of the Year finalist
"Be you. If you’re anything other than authentic in a leadership role, you won’t bring people along with you"
Despite the continued debate on gender disparity in the past decade, the percentage of women employed in tech in the UK has barely moved from 15.7% in 2009 to 17% today.
IT has gone from being seen as a male domain, to a valid career path for women. Change is coming, but it's slow, says Stacey Wills of Unilever
Women are still underrepresented in tech, and it's time for that to change