As part of our 2 week Ada's List International Women's Day Event Extravaganza, we're delighted to be bringing you a webinar in partnership with Kaspersky - who we collaborated with on the 2021 Women in Tech Report.
Join us as we chat further and discuss the findings of the report in greater detail, looking in from both a business and academic perspective.
More details -
Date: Thursday 4th March
Time: 1pm-2pm GMT
Where: Online Zoom event
Over the last two years, we have seen a number of positive steps made towards gender diversity with remote work presenting another encouraging change as we have seen gender equality being improved among teams that work remotely. However, with all the progress achieved there are still many things that need to be improved in order to reach true gender equality.
Join us at the live event to discuss the findings of Kaspersky’s latest report Where are we now? Understanding the evolution of women in technology, both from a business and academic perspective. We will talk about how women perceive the industry and the opportunities available to them, as well as challenges due to the ongoing global pandemic.
Join us and our fantastic panel of speakers -
Dr. Patricia Gestoso - one of our Ada's List Contributors for the 2021 Women in Tech Report. Patricia is a long time member of Ada's List and is Head of Scientific Customer Support at BIOVIA and 2020 Women in Software Changemakers Winner. Patricia was also a speaker at our Annual 2020 Ada's List Conf.
Tim Campbell MBE. Tim was the first winner of the BBC TV show The Apprentice and has been described as the ‘human face of business’. Tim is a small business advocate, youth talent ambassador and a passionate believer in the transformative power of education and commerce.
Claire Hatcher - Head of Business Development, Kaspersky Fraud Prevention. Claire has worked in cybersecurity for over 15 years, specialising in fraud prevention for the past decade. She joined Kaspersky in 2019. She holds a bachelor’s degree and an MBA. Her strong ties to the financial services sector, online retailers and other industries give her a deep understanding of how fraud threats and trends emerge, develop, and evolve.
Anjali Ramachandran, moderator. Anjali has a background in digital media, strategy and innovation, and is a Director at content strategy and production studio Storythings. She is passionate about diversity, equality and inclusion and is a co-founder of Ada's List. She also writes the Other Valleys newsletter looking at creative and tech-related news from emerging markets. She has worked across India, the US and UK.
This is a free event and we do hope that you'll join us - Sign up now