Ada's List Conf
2019

Join us for our 4th Ada's List Conf on November 9th 2019.

The day will feature keynotes, talks and workshops by Ada’s List members who will share their stories of innovation and change, and reflect on how they are changing communities, workplaces, and their industry.

When: Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM (GMT)
Where: Financial Times, 1 Friday Street, 5th Floor, London EC4M 9JA

Speakers
Agenda
General info
Tickets
Sponsors

Speakers & talks


Agenda

9:00 Doors open

10:00 Kickoff and welcome from the FT - lecture room 1

10:10 Ada's List Year in Review, Merici and Anjali - Lecture room 1

10:30 Keynote presentation 'We Should All Be Activists': Kajal Odedra, UK Director, Change.org and Author, 'Do Something: Activism For Everyone' Lecture room 1

11:00-12:00

Development & engagement track (lecture room 1):

Tech track (lecture room 2):

Workshop track (workshop room):

12:00 Lunch (Vegan Buffet by Vegantoyou)

12:30 Optional facilitated networking

13:30 Keynote: Building more than robots: Tackling self-exclusion in STEM (Patrice John-Baptiste, FIRST® UK) Lecture room 1

13:45-14:45

Development & engagement track (lecture room 1):

Tech track (lecture room 2):

Workshop track (workshop room):

14:45 Coffee Break

15:15-16:45

Development & engagement track (lecture room 1):

Tech track (lecture room 2):

Workshop track (workshop room):

 

16:45 Do The Right Thing - a Pep Rally for Good (Pauline Roche (RnR Organisation) , Elle Tweedy (FutureGov), Deborah Oklena (YSYS)) (Lecture room 1)

17:30 Wrap up & cutting of the 6th Birthday (Ada's List is 6!) cake; Non-alcoholic drinks reception thanks to Everleaf *our fave n/a drinks!

18:00 Move to a nearby pub


General info:


Ada's List is a global network of 7700 women in technology and the Ada's List Conf is the annual gathering of Ada's List members and any supporters of its Agenda for Change. Ada's List Conf aims to connect women and allies provide stimulating content that elevates individual commitment for change in the tech industry.

The day will feature keynotes, talks and workshops by Ada’s List members who will share their stories of innovation and change, and reflect on how they are changing communities, workplaces, and their industry. Expect fun networking opportunities too.

Get your tickets now! 


Our venue is the gorgeous 5th floor of the Financial Times building, conveniently located in central London, just minutes away from several underground stations. The address is 1 Friday Street, London EC4M 9JA

All genders and non-binary individuals are welcome to join.


What’s included in the ticket price?

Lunch is included in the ticket price. Coffee, tea and non-alcoholic beverages will be served throughout the day.

 

Need help on the day?

Reach out to feedback@adaslist.co if you have any accessibility needs.  As usual, we will be following our Conference Code of Conduct, to ensure the event is a safe environment for everybody.

We've partnered with Bubble to cover babysitting charges. Get in touch to know more or use ADA10 for a £10 discount if you’d like to book them yourself.

 

What's the refund policy?

Tickets are non-refundable.

Tickets

Get your tickets now! Open to members of the public. All genders and non-binary individuals are welcome to join.


Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

Spotify (this is their second time sponsoring #adaslistconf!)

Bulb

Silver sponsor

Workspace 

Bronze sponsors
FutureGov (this is their FOURTH time sponsoring #adaslistconf! )

OneTech

TrueLayer 

Xenzone

Bursary Ticket + Travel Sponsor

Public Digital

 Venue Sponsor 

FT 

Non-alcoholic drinks reception

Everleaf


Become a sponsor

Ada's List is run by volunteers and the conference wouldn't be possible without the support of our awesome sponsors. All proceeds from the conference support running the community. This year, we are asking for additional commitment and your support of the conference this year will enable us to become a more sustainable community. Email merici@adaslist.co to receive our sponsorship info


Join us on November 9th!


The venue is wheelchair accessible, there will be genderneutral toilets and a free of charge creche on the day. All genders and non-binary individuals are welcome to join.

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