Join us on 17th October at our London offices as we foster an environment of conversation around initiatives taken by companies to support career progression and showcase opportunities for women pursuing careers in tech and digital industries. Guests will be able to network and hear first-hand from guest speakers from the world of tech and digital in an engaging panel discussion.
The meetup aims to encourage knowledge sharing around professional opportunities, corporate initiatives, career progress and development, communities, and programmes dedicated to women in tech.
This is a free event and we’d love you to join us for an evening of inspirational conversations.
Register your place here.
Awin, 4th Floor, 2 Thomas More Square, London E1W 1YN
See map here.
18:00 – Arrive, grab a drink and say hello.
18:30 – 19:30 – Our panel discussion begins, covering corporate initiatives within tech and digital companies to support progress in the workplace.
- What tech companies do to build workplaces where women can thrive
- Mentorship opportunities
- Work/life balance initiatives
- Women in tech communities
- Management training and preparation for management roles, dedicated events and networking opportunities
19:30 – Networking with drinks and nibbles.
Nikki Fleming, Brand Planning Lead EMEA for YouTube, Google Campus Women Community Lead
Nikki works as the Brand Planning Lead, EMEA for YouTube - helping advertisers make sense of the content trends and consumer behaviours on the platform. She's also the head of the Google Campus Women's Meetup community where she leads a small team of volunteers to plan initiatives and events at Campus to inspire and empower female founders and allow them to forge meaningful connections with other members of the Campus community.
Nicola Humphrey, Head of Technical Services, Awin
Nicola joined the Technical Services department at Awin in 2011 after graduating from a BSc in Computing. She now heads up a team of 14, who provide technical consultation on the networks’ tracking, back end systems and UI.
Shilpa Shah, Director for Deloitte Delivery & Leader of the Deloitte Women in Technology Network
Shilpa joined Deloitte as a graduate with a Masters in Computer Systems Engineering over 20 years ago. She began her career as a developer in C++ and Java before moving into the world of Data and analytics to deliver data driven insight solutions across a range of Technology, Media and Telco clients.
She is currently leading the Deloitte Firmwide Delivery Models programme, growing and developing the firm’s alternative delivery capability to deliver a broader range of services.
Shilpa is also the passionate leader of the Deloitte Women in Technology (WiT) network, which, under her leadership has become an eminent and externally recognised best practice network.
Register your place at our Women in Tech Meetup here.