Month: January 2020

Mivy James – Head of Consulting at BAE Systems

January 31, 2020

Supporting Digital Transformation Journeys and Women in Tech – Firstly the industry needs to admit there is a problem and not just shrug its shoulders

Jumoke Dada – Technology Consultant at Signature RED and Founder of the Tech Women Network

January 29, 2020

Creating tools for women in technology – I’ve always liked being a problem solver, creating community, and making a difference in my own small way.

Dr. Narisa Chauvidul-Aw – Serial Entrepreneur and Chief Executive at KogoPAY

January 24, 2020

Mobile Payment App Helping People – I would like to see people can pick up their phone using our App to scan and pay to

Dr. Bonny McClain – Healthcare Datapreneur and Chief Data Officer at Data and Donuts

January 21, 2020

I was speaking at a Women in Technology conference and asked the group (99.9% women) to define “technology”. The room was silent. When I did

Chepkemoi Magdaline – Founder and Executive Director at EldoHub

January 16, 2020

Our vision is to make EldoHub an education technology platform targeting youth between the age of 18 to 35 years, with an aim of preparing

Sue Wallace – Vice President Student and Career Services at CompTIA Tech Career Academy

January 14, 2020

I really think the biggest barrier to getting more women into tech is breaking down the confidence gap. Many women and young girls do not

Karin Nijssen – Supervisor Development and Product Owner at Hoffelijk

January 9, 2020

To me the paradigm that ‘tech is not for woman’ has been shifting for a long time here in the Netherlands. The stereotype that only

Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin – Fulbright Specialist at U.S. Department of State and Lecturer

January 7, 2020

I was aware I could do my job as a woman in tech, but it would have been so much easier if a man like

Sarah Luyele Njamu – CEO and Founder of Compu-Connect Education

January 2, 2020

There has never been a more exciting time to do business as woman than now, technology has opened up so many avenues where women can