We continue working with Sabrina Walls from ADLIB to produce a series of articles on women in Tech. This month on Women’s Tech Hub please meet Tamara Chehayeb Makarem who is speaking at July’s girlgeekdinners @ scottlogic on the 20th. Continue reading “Women in Tech with ADLIB #3”
We continue working closely with Sabrina Walls from ADLIB to continue our series of articles on Women in Tech, this month please meet Jenny who is speaking at this months girlgeekdinners @ scottlogic.
As you are probably aware now – one of our missions is to increase women’s networking – not only in women’s groups but also increase their involvement in gender neutral groups.
Last month Paul Leader came to us through girlgeekdinners to see what we could do to improve the gender diversity in BathCamp as they were setting up again after a break. As quoted in our initial discussion “The Meetup group is about 16% women at the moment, which is not good” – in fact in comparison to some of the other groups that is good – if it is also reflected in the attendance statistics.
I hope everyone is looking forward to Find a Tech Job – Bristol this evening! I’m really excited to meet all of you.
I wanted to reach out and give you some information about what to expect.
Continue reading “Tonight at ‘Find a Tech Job – Bristol’”
One of the purposes of the WTH is to promote and support the various women’s tech groups in the area and as we run a couple of them its not so difficult.Last night Oracle kindly hosted the Bristol Girl Geek Dinners, its a group that has been running since 2010 and currently has a membership of almost 400 on meetup.