Ada Lovelace is credited as the first computer programmer and was an early trailblazer for women in tech!
But despite Ada, and many other pioneers like her, women are vastly underrepresented in the tech industry today. Women represent only 19% of the tech workforce…
In this webinar, you’ll discover the practical steps tech leaders can take to attract and retain more women. You’ll learn how to: spark early interest, introduce job diversity and flexibility, create inclusive roles, build diverse recruitment and how apprenticeships can help empower women to build their career in the tech industry.
Our expert panel will share best practice, case studies and success stories from women tech talents, recruiters and employers. We share insights on how to source the best talent for a gender diverse team, how some industries are putting women off joining their companies and how to increase your talent pool by attracting talented women.
Emma is the CEO and Founder of Talent Partnership Consulting. She works with organisations to help them develop agile, end-to-end talent solutions with a laser eye focus on Inclusion and Diversity. She has a passion for empowering women and diverse talent in developing their careers.
Laura works with escalla to promote tech skills for all through apprenticeships and is committed to working together to increase the number of women working in technology roles in the UK. Proud supporter of the Tech She Can moment to help and inspire more women to achieve their goals in Tech.
Rose is the Managing Director of Project Recruit, a boutique recruitment consultancy, which has sought to bring positive change to the recruitment industry. With her 18 years experience in the industry, Rose is sharing best practice on how to build a more gender-balanced pipeline of talent in technology.