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· Stage
Increasing the Sisterhood in Tech: A Call to Action to the Village
with Ruth James
Ruth James
· Sessions
Increasing the Sisterhood in Tech: A Call to Action to the Village
Q&A
Ruth James
· Stage
Revelations from Our Pandemic Pivot: How Rapidly Deploying Virtual Delivery Energized Our Learning Community
with Amy Cliett
Amy Cliett
· Sessions
Revelations from Our Pandemic Pivot: How Rapidly Deploying Virtual Delivery Energized Our Learning Community
Q&A
Amy Cliett
· Stage
5 Keys to a Successful “Rebellion of One”
with Amy Kardel
Amy Kardel
· Sessions
5 Keys to a Successful “Rebellion of One”
Q&A
Amy Kardel
· Stage
Increasing women participation in STEM
with Fatimah Almathami
Fatimah Almathami
· Sessions
Increasing women participation in STEM
Q&A
Fatimah Almathami
· Stage
Addressing the other side of the equation
with Malgorzata Lagisz
Malgorzata Lagisz
· Stage
The Secret to Behavioural Change
with Suki Xiao
Suki Xiao
· Sessions
The Secret to Behavioural Change
Q&A
Suki Xiao
· Stage
Panel: Indigenous Women in STEM
With Karlie Noon, Aleisha Amohia, Johnnie Jae, Shawn Peterson, & Eteroa Lafaele
Shawn Peterson JOHNNIE JAE Eteroa Lafaele Karlie Noon Aleisha Amohia
· Stage
Using Social Media to Increase STEM Engagement Amongst Women
with Alice Clark
Alice Clark
· Sessions
Using Social Media to Increase STEM Engagement Amongst Women
Q&A
Alice Clark
· Stage
Telling your Science Story
with Ginny Smith
Ginny Smith
· Sessions
Telling your Science Story
Q&A
Ginny Smith
· Stage
Bridging the Gender Divide in Tech: 1 Technologist at a Time.
with Tina Vinod
Tina Vinod
· Sessions
Bridging the Gender Divide in Tech: 1 Technologist at a Time.
Q&A
Tina Vinod
· Stage
Relauncher: Come back with a plan!
with Deepthi Karuppusami
Deepthi Karuppusami
· Sessions
Relauncher: Come back with a plan!
Q&A
Deepthi Karuppusami
· Stage
Ten soft skills to stand out in the Software Industry
with Anisha Swain
Anisha Swain
· Stage
Mentoring: A win-win situation
with Shraddha Surana
Shraddha Surana
· Sessions
Mentoring: A win-win situation
Q&A
Shraddha Surana
· Stage
Citizen Science: A way to widen participation?
with Alice Sheppard
Alice Sheppard
· Sessions
Citizen Science: A way to widen participation?
Q&A
Alice Sheppard
· Stage
STEM without boundaries
with Deborah Dormah Kanubala
Deborah Dormah Kanubala
· Sessions
STEM without boundaries
Q&A
Deborah Dormah Kanubala
· Stage
Panel Discussion: Can Children’s Books Encourage More Girls into STEM? (live)
With Miriam Tocino, Kate Wilson, Lisa Rajan, Dr Sheila Kanani
Miriam Tocino Kate Wilson Lisa Rajan Sheila Kanani
· Stage
How I got into engineering
with Ying Wan Loh
Ying Wan Loh
· Sessions
How I got into engineering
Q&A
Ying Wan Loh
· Stage
How we introduced the Women’s Breakfast Club at the office
with Kathrin Goldammer
Kathrin Goldammer
· Stage
Let Toys Be Toys: how to challenge gender stereotypes in childhood
with Olivia Dickinson
Olivia Dickinson
· Sessions
Let Toys Be Toys: how to challenge gender stereotypes in childhood
Q&A
Olivia Dickinson
· Stage
The Wonder Years – Starting STEM Early
with Kristina Robb
Kristina Robb
· Stage
Roll up! Roll up! Using circus to increase involvement and ambition of girls in STEM
with Dea Birkett
Dea Birkett
· Sessions
Roll up! Roll up! Using circus to increase involvement and ambition of girls in STEM
Q&A
Dea Birkett
· Stage
Mentorship Under the Microscope
with Cassandra Lee
Cassandra Lee
· Stage
Panel Discussion: Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19 (live)
With Tara Scott, Joeli Brearley, Dr Nisreen Alwan, Mariam Crichton
Joeli Brearley Tara Scott Nisreen Alwan Mariam Crichton
· Stage
DeLisa Alexander in conversation
Red Hat's DeLisa Alexander in conversation with Suw Charman-Anderson
Suw Charman-Anderson DeLisa Alexander
· Stage
Introducing the Finding Ada Network
with Suw Charman-Anderson
Suw Charman-Anderson
· Stage
Empowering every woman: supercharging STEM advocacy with WORK180
with Louise Fowkes
Louise Fowkes
· Sessions
Empowering every woman: supercharging STEM advocacy with WORK180
Q&A
Louise Fowkes
· Stage
The role of learned societies in widening participation, through the use of role models
with Dr Sheila Kanani & Sian Prosser
Sian Prosser Sheila Kanani
· Stage
Caroline Walker in conversation
Caroline Walker from JP Morgan in conversation with Suw Charman-Anderson
Suw Charman-Anderson Caroline Walker
· Stage
Never too young: The importance of challenging science stereotypes in primary school
with Ellie Highwood
Ellie Highwood
· Sessions
Never too young: The importance of challenging science stereotypes in primary school
Q&A
Ellie Highwood
· Stage
Steam Powered Flying Horses
with Alan O’Donohoe
Alan O'Donohoe
· Stage
Panel Discussion: Launching and Running an Advocacy Group (live)
With Suw Charman-Anderson, Vanessa Vallely OBE, Elisabeth Holm, April Loh
Vanessa  Vallely Elisabeth Holm April Moh Suw Charman-Anderson
· Stage
Chi Onwurah MP in conversation
Chi Onwurah MP in conversation with Suw Charman-Anderson
chi onwurah Suw Charman-Anderson
· Stage
Building Power as a Female Leader
with Jan Molino
Jan Molino
· Sessions
Building Power as a Female Leader
Q&A
Jan Molino
· Stage
Across is Not Down: A Lifelong Career as an Individual Contributor
with Esther Massimini
Esther Massimini
· Stage
Raising women’s voice with Somos Cintia Podcast
with Erika Pessôa
Erika Pessoa
· Sessions
Raising women’s voice with Somos Cintia Podcast
Q&A
Erika Pessoa
· Stage
Widening participation in STEM, a catalyst to scaling innovation and social mobility
with Boitshoko Phalatse
Boitshoko Phalatse
· Sessions
Widening participation in STEM, a catalyst to scaling innovation and social mobility
Q&A
Boitshoko Phalatse
· Stage
Every Company is Now a Tech Company
with Tracey Welson-Rossman
Tracey Welson-Rossman
· Stage
Effective Virtual Presentations
with Katerina Arzhayev
Katerina Arzhayev
· Sessions
Effective Virtual Presentations
Q&A
Katerina Arzhayev
· Stage
Six Steps to Stop Rambling in Interviews
With Lusen Mendel
Boitshoko Phalatse
· Stage
No Woman Left Behind: Planning for Intersectionality
with Shailvi Wakhlu
Shailvi Wakhlu
· Sessions
No Woman Left Behind: Planning for Intersectionality
Q&A
Shailvi Wakhlu

Speakers

Kristina Robb

The Wonder Years – Starting STEM Early

Shawn Peterson

Panellist: Indigenous Women in STEM (live)

Amy Kardel

5 Keys to a Successful “Rebellion of One”

Boitshoko Phalatse

Widening participation in STEM, a catalyst to scaling innovation and social mobility

Alan O'Donohoe

Steam Powered Flying Horses

Sian Prosser

The role of learned societies in widening participation

Joeli Brearley

Panellist: Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19 (live)

Dea Birkett

Roll up! Roll up! Using circus to increase involvement and ambition of girls in STEM

Miriam Tocino

Panellist: Can Children’s Books Encourage More Girls into STEM? (live)

Anisha Swain

Ten soft skills to stand out in the Software Industry

Malgorzata Lagisz

Addressing the other side of the equation

JOHNNIE JAE

Panellist: Indigenous Women in STEM (live)

Eteroa Lafaele

Panellist: Indigenous Women in STEM (live)

Amy Cliett

Revelations from Our Pandemic Pivot: How Rapidly Deploying Virtual Delivery Energized Our Learning Community

Katerina Arzhayev

Effective Virtual Presentations

Alice Sheppard

Citizen Science: A way to widen participation?

Caroline Walker

J.P. Morgan

Suw Charman-Anderson

Founder, FindingAda.com

Mariam Crichton

Panellist: Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19 (live)

Kate Wilson

Panellist: Can Children’s Books Encourage More Girls into STEM? (live)

Deepthi Karuppusami

Relauncher: Come back with a plan!

Shailvi Wakhlu

No Woman Left Behind: Planning for Intersectionality

Tracey Welson-Rossman

Every Company is Now a Tech Company

Erika Pessoa

Raising women’s voice with Somos Cintia Podcast

Esther Massimini

Across is Not Down: A Lifelong Career as an Individual Contributor

Jan Molino

Building Power as a Female Leader

chi onwurah

Headline speaker

April Moh

Panellist: Launching and Running an Advocacy Group (live)

Elisabeth Holm

Panellist: Launching and Running an Advocacy Group (live)

Vanessa Vallely

Panellist: Launching and Running an Advocacy Group (live)

Ellie Highwood

Never too young: The importance of challenging science stereotypes in primary school

Louise Fowkes

Empowering every woman: supercharging STEM advocacy with WORK180

DeLisa Alexander

Headline speaker

Nisreen Alwan

Panellist: Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19 (live)

Tara Scott

Panellist: Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19 (live)

Olivia Dickinson

Let Toys Be Toys: how to challenge gender stereotypes in childhood

Kathrin Goldammer

How we introduced the Women’s Breakfast Club at the office

Ying Wan Loh

How I got into engineering

Sheila Kanani

Panellist: Can Children’s Books Encourage More Girls into STEM? (live)

Lisa Rajan

Panellist: Can Children’s Books Encourage More Girls into STEM? (live)

Deborah Dormah Kanubala

STEM without boundaries

Shraddha Surana

Mentoring: A win-win situation

Tina Vinod

Bridging the Gender Divide in Tech: 1 Technologist at a Time

Ginny Smith

Telling your Science Story

Cassandra Lee

Mentorship Under the Microscope

Alice Clark

Using Social Media to Increase STEM Engagement Amongst Women

Aleisha Amohia

Panellist: Indigenous women in STEM (live)

Karlie Noon

Panellist: Indigenous women in STEM (live)

Suki Xiao

The Secret to Behavioural Change

Fatimah Almathami

Increasing women participation in STEM

Ruth James

Increasing the Sisterhood in Tech: A Call to Action to the Village

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