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"Be clear about what you want and ask for it, but be open to opportunities and take risks… We regret the things we don’t do, we can always learn from things we do!"
Taking place the week of International Women’s Day, the awards celebrated 50 of the most talented individuals shaking up the tech industry, both in the UK and beyond.
For International Women’s Day, she talked to us about why outdated systems need to change if women are ever to thrive.
“Our challenge is explaining to people that men have been part of the problem – they now need to be part of the solution” – everywoman award winner Russ Shaw talks diversity in the tech space for IWD 2019.
“The world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate its presence”.
A report last year from The Resolution Foundation revealed that black and ethnic minority employees are losing out on a shocking £3.2bn a year. Black women graduates earn on average £1.56 less per hour than white women graduates.
Mariangela Fierro is Application Security ICEG Lead, Security Senior Manager at Accenture. Here, she gives an insight into her working life.
Lucy McAuliffe, 36, tells us why there’s never a dull moment in her role as Head of Passenger Security at Gatwick Airport.
The 2019 Diversity in the Workplace Report takes a comprehensive look at the companies across the globe who are doing diversity and inclusion ‘right’. We spoke to the author, 32-year-old Vessy Tasheva, about why she created the report and what we can all learn from it.
Always believe in yourself and continue to develop yourself but don’t change who you are - Be yourself always!