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AND She Can: What the Tech?! Anyone Can Tech

01 July 2021 • 2 min read

AND She Can- What the Tech_ Get into Tech! (2)

Anyone Can Tech is the first session in the AND She Can, What The Tech Series - Graduate Edition.

This session aims to debunk the myths about working in tech, inspire women by engaging with peers from the tech industry, and analyse the importance of diversity and inclusion in collaboration and innovation.

We will focus on graduates to inspire them into technology careers. We aim to share stories and insights from inspiring women across the technical and non-technical roles of the tech industry including talks from the technically brilliant Ellie Crome, along with Shan Beerstecher sharing her journey to the top.

The session will include some fun and interactive activities to explore the audience’s perspectives on the technology industry and myths they may have heard, before jumping into a diverse panel about inclusion and diversity in the workplace. The audience will have the chance to share some of their questions via chat which we will run through with our panel towards the end.

Speakers

Ellie Crome

  • Product Developer AND Neon Queen

  • "I have listened to nearly two months worth of Harry Potter audio books"

Shan Beerstecher

  • Newton Club Executive AND Proudly South African

  • "I was an anti-apartheid activist and helped to lead transformation of the university as a student"

Eleni Kola

  • Product Developer AND Movieholic

  • "Despite being Greek, I have never smashed plates at a party!"

Speakers

Clarisse Reyes

  • AND Dessert Enthusiast

  • Service Delivery Manager

  • “I was born in the Philippines, grew up in Australia and my career allowed me to move to the UK 6 years ago”

Olli Drury

  • AND Electronic Music Enthusiast

  • Hamilton Squad Lead

Benita Nwagwu

  • Associate UX Designer AND DIY Queen

  • "I was born in Lagos and moved to London when I was 5"

Harriet Perks

  • South Onboarding Manager AND Crafty Creator

  • "I have bungee jumped off South Africa's Bloukrans Bridge"

Jacob Crozier

  • Associate Developer AND Semi Professional Mini Golfer

  • "I used to play bass in a funk and soul band"

We look forward to seeing you there!

AND She Can team
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