SheTalksTech podcast - In the Lounge with Rashada Harry

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast - In the Lounge with Rashada Harry, AWS

SheTalksTech podcast - In the Lounge with Rashada Harry

Today, we hear from the multi award-winning Dr Rashada Harry.

Rashada discusses her rise as a woman in tech, whilst touching on the importance of paying forward your passion for technology to support future generations who’re interestedin pursuing careers in STEM.

Rashada shares her own career journe from working at Vodafone to AWS and how she founded the incredible social enterprise, Your Future, Your Ambition.

If you want to find out more about Rashada, you can connect with her 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 2021.

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!

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’.

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What does it take for computers to understand human language?' wth Anna Grüebler & Mia Chang, AWS

Listen to the latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'What does it take for computers to understand human language?' with Anna Grüebler & Mia Chang, AWS

What does it take for computers to understand human language?' wth Anna Grüebler & Mia Chang, AWS

This episode is the fourth of an AWS special series of the She Talks Tech podcast.

The objective of these podcasts is to demonstrate how Cloud technology is helping transform many industries like Retail, Financial Services or even Sports. But we also want to hear from the women behind these stories who are enabling these transformations to understand what they do day to day and how they got into working in technology.

In this episode, Anna, Artificial Intelligence Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS, and Mia, Machine Learning Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS, will share with you their story about Natural Language Processing using Artificial intelligence.

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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 2021.

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!

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 'How AWS is helping retailers achieve their sustainability goals' with Chara Gravani, AWS

She Talks Tech podcast - How AWS is helping retailers achieve their sustainability goals' with Chara Gravani, AWS 1

This episode is the third of an AWS special series of the She Talks Tech podcast.

The objective of these podcasts is to demonstrate how Cloud technology is helping transform many industries like Retail, Financial Services or even Sports. But we also want to hear from the women behind these stories who are enabling these transformations to understand what they do day to day and how they got into working in technology.

In this episode, Chara, Senior Solutions Architect at AWS is here to talk about How AWS is helping retailers achieve their sustainability goals.

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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 2021.

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!

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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She Talks Tech podcast, Working with Data in Financial Services' with Shafreen Sayyed & Sara Mitchell, AWS 1

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'Working with Data in Financial Services' with Shafreen Sayyed & Sara Mitchell, AWS

She Talks Tech podcast, Working with Data in Financial Services' with Shafreen Sayyed & Sara Mitchell, AWS 1

This episode is the second of an AWS special series of the She Talks Tech podcast.

The objective of these podcasts is to demonstrate how Cloud technology is helping transform many industries like Retail, Financial Services or even Sports. But we also want to hear from the women behind these stories who are enabling these transformations to understand what they do day to day and how they got into working in technology.

In this episode, Shafreen, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS and Sara, Senior Manager, AWS, will share you their story about “Working with Data in Financial Services”.

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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 2021.

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!

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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She Talks Tech Podcast, Episode 8

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast on 'How Cloud technology helps Football Clubs connect with their fan base through the pandemic and beyond' with Marthe Boulleau, AWS

She Talks Tech Podcast, Episode 8

This episode is the first of an AWS special series of the She Talks Tech podcast.

The objective of these podcasts is to demonstrate how Cloud technology is helping transform many industries like Retail, Financial Services or even Sports. But we also want to hear from the women behind these stories who are enabling these transformations to understand what they do day to day and how they got into working in technology.

In this episode, Marthe, Solutions Architect at AWS is here to talk about How Cloud technology helped Football Clubs connect with their fan base through the pandemic.

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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 2021.

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!

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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She Talks Tech podcast

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Rashada Harry

Rashada Harry | AWS

Rashada Harry

In a professional capacity Rashada is a Enterprise Technologist at Amazon Web Services in the UK. She possesses a strong track record of new business development, account management and consultative selling into Enterprise client organisations.

Prior to joining AWS she spent 4 years at Vodafone Global Enterprise as an insfrastructure technology specialist and Account manager, and prior to that 9 years with Cisco. Rashada joined Cisco as the only black female on the highly competitive Sales academy program which spanned across Europe. She was selected as one of the top 10 graduates in the UK from over 8,000 applicants. It was during this program that she believed more needed to be done to bring more diverse talent into the technology industry. Rashada co-founded and launched the award winning Your Future, Your Ambition (YFYA) initiative in 2012 as a vehicle to help corporate organisations and students connect and help to bridge the diversity gap in STEAM. To date YFYA has opened its doors to over 7,000 students and has helped to build a successful pipeline of STEAM talent in the UK.

In 2017 she joined UKBlackTech as a founding member. UKBT works to change the tech talent landscape in the UK and

Rashada has been recognized by the UK Prime Minister for her volunteer work and helping the next generation pursue careers in STEM and was awarded a UK Point of Light award in 2018. Recently she has been named as a top 50 most inspiring and influential black voice in UK tech (Tech Nation, 2019)

Rashada is recognized as one of the UK’s top 100 Ethnic Minority Leaders (Empower and Yahoo, June 2020). She is most recognized for her thoughts on diversity in the workplace, employee engagement and helping the next generation of talent reach their potential.


Suzie Miller

Suzie Miller | AWS

Suzie Miller

Suzie works as a Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services (AWS) helping customers in the UK and Ireland with their journey into cloud adoption.

This is a technical role which draws from her 20 year career working in IT. As part of this role she also mentors and trains those starting off their careers within AWS, on different graduate and intern schemes.

In her first year of working at AWS she launched and Chairs the UK chapter of AmazonPwD an employee led network for People with Disabilities. AmazonPwD was established by employees to help make Amazon a more diverse and inclusive place to work, while also reflecting the diversity of our customers. It’s open to employees with disabilities and allies. The group supports employees through raising awareness, supporting career development, participating in community outreach and improving access for Amazonians and customers.

Suzie is passionate about universal and inclusive design in technology, and how this leads to more accessible products. She is always looking at ways AWS services can be combined to create better experiences for people with disabilities and in turn the greater population as a whole.

Previously Suzie has worked in global companies in areas such as Banking and Finance, Oil and Gas building IT platforms and payments systems still used across the globe.

Outside of work Suzie volunteers as an Independent Visitor. The Independent Visitor Programme matches volunteers with children and young people who are particularly vulnerable and in long term Foster Care. Each volunteer is matched with a child or young person in care in their local area. Volunteers commit to spending time with their young person each month – helping their child or young person to engage in new experiences, share interests and hobbies and have fun.