What can you do to make a difference to the future of IT?

Technology is taking an ever more central role in the way we work, live and play. The future for the IT community is bright, and IT professionals have a unique opportunity to lead their organisations to a successful economic recovery. But IT itself faces a number of challenges first, not least of which is ensuring a workforce that has the skills, experience, and diversity to innovate through technology.

 

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Date and Location

Venue:
The Waldorf Hilton London
Aldwych, WC2B 4DD

Thurs. 3rd July, 2014

Register today by calling Tom Walker at 0207 186 1430 or completing our quick online registration form.

Agenda

13:30

Registration

14:00

Six 15 minute speaker sessions

15:30

Networking over afternoon tea

16:00

Four 15 minute speaker sessions

17:00

Panel debate and audience Q&A

17:45

Announcement of the most influential woman in UK IT

18:00

Cocktail reception

Speakers

Bryan Glick Bio
Editor-in-Chief
Computer Weekly
Jo Swinson Bio
Government Minister for Women and Equalities
Ann Brown Bio
HR Director, Capgemini
Rebecca George OBE Bio
Vice Chair, BCS policy and public affairs board and partner at Deloitte
Gillian Arnold Bio
Chair of BCSWomen
Lesley Cowley Bio
Chief Executive, Nominet
Nela Brown Bio
Doctoral Student in Interaction, Media and Communication, Queen Mary, University of London
Chi Onwurah Bio
Labour’s shadow Cabinet Office minister with responsibility for cyber security
Maggie Berry Bio
Executive Director for Europe, WEConnect International
Belinda Parmar Bio
CEO of Little Miss Geek
Jacqueline de Rojas Bio
VP & General Manager for CA Technologies UK & Ireland

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