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TechWomen100: What happened next for Khaleelah Jones

Khaleelah JonesIn this ongoing series, we speak to our winners about life after winning a TechWomen100 Award.

Now in their fifth year, the TechWomen100 Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of women in tech – the emerging tech talent and role models for the future.

We spoke with Khaleelah Jones, who won a TechWomen100 Award in 2020.

Khaleelah Jones is the owner and founder of Careful Feet Digital Agency, the digital marketing agency that created Dime Digital, a SaaS tool that automates social media posting and brand creation for small businesses and solopreneurs.

The winner of the 2018 Next Women Pitch Competition, Khaleelah has a PhD in emerging media, an MBA and has worked in the marketing industry for over a decade. Before starting CFD and building Dime, she was the head of marketing at WellTok Inc, a social health management tech startup, where she was part of a team that doubled the user base in six months and closed $18m in Series B funding. Prior to that, she held senior marketing roles at tech startups including Living Social and Nimble Commerce. She now lives in London with her husband and loves yoga, reading and Russian history.

How did you feel when it was announced that you’d won a TechWomen100 award?

Really honored to be listed amongst such amazing tech innovators and very proud of myself!

Please tell us what has happened in your career since winning the TechWomen100 award?

I spoke at EU Parliament in December and was appointed co-CEO of Ada's List, Europe's largest community for women in tech.

What advice would you give to someone else going through the award’s process?

Put yourself out there!

What tips would you give to our other members to enhance their careers?

Throw everything to the wall to see what sticks.


The 2021 TechWomen100 Awards will open for nominations on 02 August 2021. Our awards focus solely on women working in tech below director level. We hope that by highlighting the accolades of up-and-coming inspirational female tech talent, we can help to create a new generation of female role models for the industry, and a pipeline of future leaders.

Discover what happened next for some of our other TechWomen100 winners:

Tina Valand"TechWomen 100 award was life changing. It wasn’t just about the recognition, it opened doors, created meaningful friendships, networks and opportunities to attend great events including the virtual We Are The City conference and gave me a platform and confidence to be brave and take risks. One of the first things was the opportunity to speak at schools inspiring children to study STEM subjects, sharing my journey and path to the accolade. I am very passionate about the importance of supporting the next generation of talent."

Tina Valand, TechWomen100 Winner 2019

Isabel Chapman"I was delighted and quite surprised to have been announced in the TechWomen100 award, to be honest. It was a huge accolade and a real sign of encouragement that I might not have had a conventional path into it, but that I do in fact work in Tech. The TechWomen100 Awards evening was one of the most amazing evenings, especially considering the next few months have been followed by the lockdown."

Isabel Chapman, TechWomen100 Winner 2019


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21/06/2021: Politics Makes a Great Second Career! | WeAreTheCity & 50:50 Parliament

WeAreTheCity and 5050 Parliament event, Politics Makes a Great Second Career

We need women's wisdom in the corridors of power.

We Are the City and 50:50 want to inspire women who have a wealth of life experience and talent to consider taking the plunge into politics.

The panel will include inspirational women who have entered the political arena following on from another career.

This is your chance to ask questions. Hear directly from all these amazing women about their journey and why they think that it is important to have more women at Westminster and on all elected bodies, at a national and local level.

About us:

We Are The City has been helping organisations attract, retain and develop female talent since 2008. We have a membership of over 120,000 women and have curated over 95 events. With our inspirational network we support women in pursuing their career aspirations. See more here.

50:50 Parliament's mission is to build a better democracy, one in which women have equal seats and equal say.

50:50 work with all the political parties to encourage women to stand for elected office at local and national level. When women click #SignUpToStand via www.5050Parliament.co.uk/signuptostand they:

- send them an interactive Personal Political Profile
- allocate them a 50:50 Buddy
- invite them to weekly party specific Bite Size meetings
- and offer bespoke support to women from diverse groups.

In the corridors of power, men still outnumber women by 2:1. Campaign for change!

Join 50:50 today at: www.5050Parliament.co.uk/join

Or become a Friend at www.5050Parliament.co.uk/donate.

This is event is funded by Comic Relief as part of the Equal Power coalition. Our partners are the Fawcett Society, Parliament Project, Glitch UK, Muslim Women's Network UK, Citizens UK and Centenary Action Group.

REGISTER HERE


Looking for more events or networking opportunities? WeAreTechWomen has a dedicated events calendar with thousands of different events to help broaden your network and learn new skills. We have also launched WeAreVirtual - a series of free webinars to help expand your learning online. 

Don’t forget, you can also sign up to our bi-weekly newsletter to keep up-to-date with our upcoming events and webinars. 


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WeAreTheCity are proud to announce the winners of our 2021 Rising Star Awards

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WeAreTheCity are proud to announce the winners of our 2021 Rising Star Awards.

Now in its seventh year, the Rising Star Awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create 100 female role models across 20 different industries and professions.

The list of winners showcases remarkable women within the UK from across 20 categories representing different industries and professions. Those highlighted include Alice Hendy, who founded R;pple Suicide Prevention after the tragic loss of her brother, Josh, in 2020; Asha Mohammed, an award winning second year junior doctor and an activist who has made it her mission to tackle gender-based violence with a specific focus on female genital mutilation; Jennifer Ogunyemi, Founder of Sisters In Business, which focuses on changing the narrative of the Muslim business woman; and Samantha Gould, Head of PR, NOW: Pensions, who is passionate about creating a fairer UK pension system for herself and her young daughter and future generations.

The awards also include a Company of the Year prize, awarded to the Royal Air Force. The Royal Air Force was formed in the crucible of the First World War and for over a century has been constantly dedicated to serving the needs of the Nation both in times of peace and conflict.

The awards also recognise five Rising Star Champions, who are actively supporting the progression of women in the workplace. These include Maysoon Shafiq, Founder and Director of Al Mu’Minun (The Believers), a non-profit organisation dedicated to serving the youth through open spaces of spirituality, dialogue and empowerment; and Bernadette Thompson, Deputy Director for Inclusion, Wellbeing and Employee Engagement in the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG); a notable diversity advocate and public speaker, working with leaders across government and the public sector to drive a culture of inclusion and increase the pace on representation of Black and Minority Ethnic employees particularly at more senior grades.

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New for this year, we are also celebrating women around the world with our Global Award for Achievement.

This year’s winners include Anju Gurung, who is an Associate Civil Servant for the British Gurkas Nepal; Isabella Gomes, who is currently freelancing as a Coronavirus frontline reporter for the Baltimore Sun; and Brigadier General Ishrat Rafique Eshita, who is the Deputy Chief Intelligence Officer, IPC – Global Command of the International Police Commission. She is also the Country Chief Bangladesh of Counter Crime Intelligence Organization.

We are also celebrating Men for Gender Balance, which celebrates senior men who are championing women and gender balance either inside or outside their organisation. Amongst the winners for this year are Gary Ford, Director, Moonshot Consultancy, who is a Male Allies advisor for Women on the Wharf and provides keynote presentations or run workshops on creating male ally groups; and Peter Palmer, Trustee and Director (Voluntary) S.E.E.D (Support and Education for Eating Disorders Lancashire).

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Alongside the Rising Star categories, Rising Star Champion award, Men for Gender Balance award, and Company of the Year award, we are also pleased to announce the winners of the Editor’s Choice award.

Those receiving the Editor’s Choice award are individuals who have been specifically selected by the leadership team at WeAreTheCity and one independent judge. This award recognises their outstanding contribution and tireless efforts towards gender equality, both in the workplace and across wider society.

The awards were entered by over 1,000 individuals and were judged by a panel of 51 independent judges. Over 40,000 public votes of support were received for the 200 shortlisted nominees from 115 countries.

The 2021 awards are headline sponsored by Royal Bank of Canada. Category sponsors include an array of leading FTSE 100 companies and industry leaders: 3M, Accenture, Barclays, Bloomberg, British Army, Cancer Research UK, C&C Search, Citi, CMI, Elysian Search Consulting, Goldman Sachs, GSK, Highways Sector Council, HSBC, Lloyd's, National Grid, Northern Trust, Oliver Wyman, Oxford Said Business School, Reed Smith and Sage.

VIEW THE FINALISTS BY CATEGORY HERE


Rising Stars 2020 Celebrations

The award's ceremony for the 2021 Rising Star Awards will take place on 15 July 2021.

WeAreTheCity are taking a cautious approach to the COVID-19 pandemic and safety is paramount, so we will once again be hosting a virtual award's ceremony.

This is an opportunity for our winners, judges, sponsors, and supporters to get dressed up, join us on Zoom and virtually receive their awards from our sponsors. It will also enable our winners to invite a few others along to the ceremony so they can see them being recognised for their achievements!

Over the course of the award's ceremony, our winners will hear from inspirational speakers and entertainers who will all be endeavouring to create a truly magically experience.

Watch our 2020 award's ceremony below:


Dave Thomas , RBCSpeaking about the awards, Dave Thomas, CEO Europe, Capital Markets & Wealth Management, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) said, “Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is delighted to be powering the Rising Stars Awards for the second year.

These awards are critical to celebrate and showcase incredible talent across multiple industries in the UK, something that is particularly important during these challenging times. Diversity and inclusion is more than just a value at RBC, it’s our strength, and it’s one of the ways we bring our purpose of helping clients thrive and communities prosper to life.”

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Vanessa Vallely, Managing Director, WeAreTheCity added, “I am so proud that for the seventh year running WeAreTheCity has been able to shine a light on the achievements of so many remarkable women across the UK. Our 2021 winners join a phenomenal alumni of 550 previous winners who continue to soar, both professionally and personally. I am ecstatic to welcome our 2021 winners to the WeAreTheCity family and to watch them progress in to the senior positions they so rightly deserve.”

Once again, we would like to congratulate all our winners and extend a sincere thanks to everyone who supported Rising Stars during 2021.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL LIST IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER


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Join us again - enhance your learning with our One Tech World conference digital pass

One Tech World Digital Pass

Did you miss our conference on 11-13 May? You can now buy a digital pass which will enable you to watch all 130 sessions over a 14-day period!

GET YOUR DIGITAL PASS

Whether you are a technologist or not, tech is something that already is and will become a fundamental part of our work and lives. We built this year’s WeAreTechWomen conference for individuals who are not only working in tech, but for those who are interested in entering the industry.

You don't have to miss out!

Our conference is now available as a digital pass for individuals who didn’t manage to secure a ticket the first time around. With your ticket, you can access the platform for the next 14 days in order to gain a deeper understanding of over 25 different areas of tech. Thanks to the help of over 197 global speakers we have covered everything from Technology Trends, AI, Cyber, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Robotics, Drones, Internet of Things, Wearables, Agile, DevOps, Fintech, Payments, Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, HealthTech and Diversity & Inclusion, Neurodiversity, Mental Health in Tech, Returnships and Flexible Working.

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By joining the conference via your digital pass, you will also have access to a number of 'In The Lounge chats including Linda Davidson discussing how she made the transition from television soap star to tech superstar; June Sarpong OBE discussing how to be resilient in your career and how companies need to be more inclusive; Air Marshal Sue Gray, the most senior ranking female within the armed forces in the UK; and Ann Cairns as she discusses careers and leadership; as well as leading campaigners, academics and thought leaders in the world of tech.

Not only do we have an abundance of inspiring keynotes, we also have over 20 panels where experts in their fields will share their thoughts on technology trends, post pandemic; AI & ethics; how we foster more diversity in tech; bitcoin & blockchain, plus many more.

You can also visit all of our sponsors in our virtual exhibition hall. Check out their special offers, find out about jobs and gain insights as to what they are doing for women in tech within their organisations.

We also have an on-demand stage with over five hours of extra content! All pass holders will also be able to visit the on-demand stage which features a variety of sessions, such as getting youngsters into tech and STEM; technology solutions for the plastic waste crisis; increasing workplace diversity in five steps; and so much more.

So what are you waiting for?

BUY YOUR DIGITAL PASS TODAY

Still not convinced? Take a look at the feedback on our Twitter feed here and our hashtag #OneTechWorld.


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WeAreTechWomen, the technology arm of WeAreTheCity, hosted its first three-day virtual conference for female technologists, One Tech World.

The conference, proudly sponsored by BAE Systems and supported by Accenture, CMS, Credit Suisse, Discovery+, Goldman Sachs, Huawei, MarketAxess, Morgan Stanley, Northern Trust, Oliver Wyman, OpenFin, PwC, Robert Walters, Royal Air Force, Royal Bank of Canada, Sage, Sky, Societe Generale, and SUSE; saw over 1,500 delegates log on around the globe, from across the technology sector and a range of companies including Bank of England, Mastercard, UBS, EY, Nationwide, National Grid, BT, Mettle, Dell, Vodafone, Schroders, Ipsos, Atos, Santander, and many more.

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The three-day conference consisted of two stages, Let’s Talk Tech and Career Development, with 197 speakers, held over 20 Q&A panels and shared over 130 webinars, which have been watched over 15,000 times. Delegates could shape their own learning as well as revisiting sessions they may have missed, with a 30-day playback.

Across the three days, delegates enjoyed listening to high-profile speakers including Georgie Barrat, Technology Journalist & TV Broadcaster, The Gadget Show; June Sarpong OBE, TV Presenter, Diversity Expert & Award Winning Author; Air Marshal Sue Gray CB OBE MSc CEng FIET FREng, Director General Defence Safety Authority, Royal Air Force; Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, Founder, Stemettes; Professor Margaret Heffernan, Entrepreneur, TED Speaker, Business Author & Former CEO; Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; Tracy Edwards MBE, Founder, The Maiden Factor; and Shellye Archambeau, CEO, Silicon Valley leader, Author & Board member for Verizon, Nordstrom, Roper Technologies and Okta Inc., plus many more.

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Over the three days, delegates viewed over 130 webinars on topics such as Future World of Work, Technology Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cyber Security, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, The Future of Data, The Wonder of Wearables, Data Science, The Future of Drones, FinTech, The Future of Robotics, Cloud Technologies, Quantum Computing, Coding, Innovation in Health Tech, Transformation & Change, Ethics in Tech, The Challenges for Tech Business, Post-Pandemic, Cloud Native, DevOps, Agile, Blockchain, CryptoAssets, Tokenisation, De-Si, Collaboration Tools, and many more. Attendees could also pose their questions to speakers via a number of virtual Q&A sessions.

Those attending the conference also had the opportunity to access our ‘follow the sun’, on-demand stage for individuals joining us from other global time zones. The on-demand stage featured over five hours of content, including 'Machine Learning and Robotics in Healthcare Devices and Rehabilitation’ with Alishba Imran, Machine Learning, Robotics and Blockchain Developer; ‘Getting Kids into a Tech Mindset', with Lisa Goodchild, Chief Trouble Maker, Digilearning; and an 'In the Lounge' chat with former Eastenders actress, Linda Davidson.

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Networking and visiting an exhibition hall were still on the agenda – albeit virtually.

Throughout the three days, delegates had the opportunity to visit over 20 exhibitors and sponsor booths to meet representatives from their companies virtually. Each booth had documents, leaflets and videos which were added to delegates' Swag Bags.

Aside from networking opportunities on the conference platform, delegates were also invited to join us every morning and evening in our unique, virtual networking world. This bespoke space allowed delegates to create connections in our virtual bar, rooftop lounge, cyber world lounge, AI world lounge and our jobseekers’ lounges. They could even join us in our meditation lounge to decompress the day before going out and making those all-important connections for the future.

Over the three days, attendees were also given the chance to win Amazon gift cards and an Amazon Echo, through our Scavenger Hunt for iconic women in tech; and our leadership board competition.

WeAreTechWomen would like to thank all of our sponsors, speakers, supporters and above all, our delegates for making this conference such an incredible virtual experience.

Check out more of the conference buzz here.


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WeAreTechWomen pay tribute to our One Tech World panellist, Neeti Tolia

WeAreTechWomen would like to pay tribute to one of our incredible panellists at this year’s One Tech World.

We had a pleasure of meeting Neeti in the run up to the conference and was wowed by her zest for life and her incredible experience in the world of work. We would like to honour her memory by sharing her story and some of the tributes from her family and friends at Credit Suisse. May you rest in peace Neeti, we are honoured we got to meet you and our thoughts are with your family and friends.

Neeti joined Credit Suisse India as Head of the global GOS Quality Assurance team in March 2020 and over the course of a year made a significant impact on her team, those she worked with and the organization as a whole.

She was a good communicator (she spoke nine languages) and listener, acted as a mentor to many and led by example, putting her best foot forward. Neeti’s respectful way, her empathy and the care she showed to those she worked with represented just a few of her wonderful qualities.

Neeti believed leadership is not about who is in charge, but about making sure the team stays focused on its goals, keeping them motivated and supporting them to be the best they can be to achieve those goals. She described her role as “a facilitator and a change agent helping my team with the transformations that the organization is expecting.”

Neeti was passionate about mentorship. In her own words, “I have mentored many people in my professional journey and seeing them make their mark in their respective organizations makes me really proud. The right mentorship at the right time can do wonders.”

Neeti ToliaIn her daughter’s words:

“Ma was an exceptional example of women being where she was in a male dominated field. She struggled her way to the top. She had no one to guide her in the sense that she knew no working mother who could guide her through every phase of life. She had papa and I but, you know, we weren't experienced. She wanted to be that support to all her female colleagues, she was constantly worried about all of you and wanted to be there to support you and see you reach the top just like you deserved to.”

In her Team’s and Colleagues words:

“In this short period of time she had made such a positive influence in my life with her leadership. Her passion for mentoring and helping the team is something I will follow for the rest of my life.”

“She had always provided me right support time to time which made me confident, enthusiastic and attentive while working in this professional environment.”

“Neeti was not only a remarkable manager, but before that she was an extraordinary human being. A firm believer of teamwork, she had a keen eye for talent and put the right person at right place.”

"Neeti – you had been one of the most energetic, enthusiastic and down to earth personalities I have ever met."

“Neeti was a great leader and an excellent motivator. She had taught us what it means to be a team & family.”

“Neeti was one of the most enthusiastic & passionate people I met. As they say – the song is ended but the melody lingers on… A quote by Ariana Dancu will remind me of her always – ‘She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She walked with the universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings’.”


Flexible working: how did the pandemic shift attitudes towards flexible working?' with Dr Nancy Doyle - She Talks Tech podcast

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'Flexible working: how did the pandemic shift attitudes towards flexible working?' with Dr Nancy Doyle

Flexible working: how did the pandemic shift attitudes towards flexible working?' with Dr Nancy Doyle - She Talks Tech podcast

Today we hear from from Dr Nancy Doyle, the CEO of Genius Within and a group of incredible leaders:

  • Karen Mattison MBE, the Co-founder of Timewise
  • Graham Joyce, the Co-founder of DuoMe
  • Laura Barrowman, the Group CIO at Credit Suisse
  • And Victoria Knight, the Strategic Business Director at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

The panel will be discussing what is next for flexible working post pandemic and what the new normal may look like.

They will focus on the cultural shifts needed to ensure flexible working is successful, how companies can adapt and the challenges and opportunities these new ways of working may present.

If you want to find out more about our esteemed panellists – you can connect with them on LinkedIn

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‘She Talks Tech’ brings you stories, lessons and tips from some of the most inspirational women (and men!) in tech.

From robotics and drones, to fintech, neurodiversity and coronavirus apps; these incredible speakers are opening up to give us the latest information on tech in 2020.

Vanessa Valleley OBE, founder of WeAreTheCity and WeAreTechWomen brings you this latest resource to help you rise to the top of the tech industry. Women in tech make up just 17 per cent of the industry in the UK and we want to inspire that to change.

WeAreTechWomen are delighted to bring this very inspiring first series to wherever you normally listen to podcasts – and the first three episodes are now live!

So subscribe, rate the podcast and give it a 5-star review – and keep listening every Wednesday morning for a new episode of ‘She Talks Tech’.

Produced by Pineapple Audio Production.


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Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'Start-Ups, Scale-Ups - A Macro View' with Sherry Coutu CBE

She Talks Tech podcast on 'Start-Ups, Scale-Ups' with Sherry Coutu CBE

Today we hear from from Sherry Coutu CBE. 

She is a serial entrepreneur and angel investor who serves on the boards of companies, charities and universities.

Sherry will be discussing why start-ups are less important than scale ups in terms of economic growth and how to turn your start-up into a scale up- gracefully.

If you want to find out more about Sherry– you can connect with her on LinkedIn or on Twitter.

LISTEN HERE


‘She Talks Tech’ brings you stories, lessons and tips from some of the most inspirational women (and men!) in tech.

From robotics and drones, to fintech, neurodiversity and coronavirus apps; these incredible speakers are opening up to give us the latest information on tech in 2020.

Vanessa Valleley OBE, founder of WeAreTheCity and WeAreTechWomen brings you this latest resource to help you rise to the top of the tech industry. Women in tech make up just 17 per cent of the industry in the UK and we want to inspire that to change.

WeAreTechWomen are delighted to bring this very inspiring first series to wherever you normally listen to podcasts – and the first three episodes are now live!

So subscribe, rate the podcast and give it a 5-star review – and keep listening every Wednesday morning for a new episode of ‘She Talks Tech’.

Produced by Pineapple Audio Production.


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Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'New tech brings New hope in our New normal' with Baroness Joanna Shields

She Talks Tech podcast episode 16 on new tech brings new hope with Baroness Joanna Shields

Today we hear from from Baroness Joanna Shields. 

She is a tech industry veteran with a successful track record building some of the world’s best-known companies. Prior to joining Benevolent AI, Joanna served as the UK’s first Minister for Internet Safety and Security, Under Secretary of State, Special Advisor on the Digital Economy, and Chair & CEO of TechCityUK.

She will be discussing how human intelligence partnered with technology promises to accelerate new discoveries, new treatments, and new hope for patients.

If you want to find out more about Joanna – you can connect with her on LinkedIn.

LISTEN HERE


‘She Talks Tech’ brings you stories, lessons and tips from some of the most inspirational women (and men!) in tech.

From robotics and drones, to fintech, neurodiversity and coronavirus apps; these incredible speakers are opening up to give us the latest information on tech in 2020.

Vanessa Valleley OBE, founder of WeAreTheCity and WeAreTechWomen brings you this latest resource to help you rise to the top of the tech industry. Women in tech make up just 17 per cent of the industry in the UK and we want to inspire that to change.

WeAreTechWomen are delighted to bring this very inspiring first series to wherever you normally listen to podcasts – and the first three episodes are now live!

So subscribe, rate the podcast and give it a 5-star review – and keep listening every Wednesday morning for a new episode of ‘She Talks Tech’.

Produced by Pineapple Audio Production.


She Talks Tech podcast on 'Remote Working – Surviving & Thriving' with Mairi McHaffie

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'Remote Working – Surviving & Thriving' with Mairi McHaffie

She Talks Tech podcast on 'Remote Working – Surviving & Thriving' with Mairi McHaffie

Today we hear from Mairi McHaffie, Personal Impact Expert and CEO of Scene Change Creative Consultants Ltd. 

She will be discussing our need to adapt and change to working from home on a more regular basis and the strategies and working patterns that help us to succeed.

If you want to find out more about Marie - you can connect with her on LinkedIn or go to SceneChange.co.uk.

LISTEN HERE


‘She Talks Tech’ brings you stories, lessons and tips from some of the most inspirational women (and men!) in tech.

From robotics and drones, to fintech, neurodiversity and coronavirus apps; these incredible speakers are opening up to give us the latest information on tech in 2020.

Vanessa Valleley OBE, founder of WeAreTheCity and WeAreTechWomen brings you this latest resource to help you rise to the top of the tech industry. Women in tech make up just 17 per cent of the industry in the UK and we want to inspire that to change.

WeAreTechWomen are delighted to bring this very inspiring first series to wherever you normally listen to podcasts – and the first three episodes are now live!

So subscribe, rate the podcast and give it a 5-star review – and keep listening every Wednesday morning for a new episode of ‘She Talks Tech’.

Produced by Pineapple Audio Production.