Women In Tech is a full day event in Birmingham, hosted by Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, aimed to inspire, educate and bring women together through real life experiences, discussions and networking opportunies for women building technology companies or pursuring a career in technology.
As part of Birmingham Tech Week, which is hosting a series of events taking place across the City between 7th October – 13th October 2019, Women In Tech will highlight Birminghams’s burgeoning Tech Scene and focus on innovative topics.
Tech leaders and professionals will be on hand delivering sessions, inspirational keynotes, panel discussions and networking opportunities for anyone in Technology.
Kari Lawler – A 16 year old rising tech star and founder of Youth4AI, Barclays Entrepreneur Awards Midlands Icon of the Year and WMCA Young Board Member
Hananah Fitzgerald – Linkedin
Tracy Westall – Director and a regonised leader in the digital world
Clare Streets – Board member for the Digital Skills Partnership
Sarah Newbould – Senior Investment Manager at the British Business Bank
Karen Mann – Lloyds Banking Group and part of their Strategic Debt Finance
Caroline Chilerbushi – KTN (Knowledge Transer Network)
Indy Goraya – BGF (Business Growth Fund)
Jorrell McCalla – Sillicon Valley Bank
Rachel Cooper – PricewaterhouseCoopers
Amy De Baisi – Head of Partnership & Innovation at Bruntwood SciTech