BCS and Zurich Insurance hold Question Time at Women in IT event
A panel of leading independent experts will discuss the role of women in the IT industry on 11 October at an event, hosted by Zurich Insurance plc and the Hampshire branch of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.
Adam Thilthorpe, Director of Professionalism at BCS, says: “This event will provide an exciting opportunity to hear from a wide range of talented women within local companies in technical roles. It will examine the factors impacting recruitment within the IT industry and offer informative debate on how excellence can be achieved in the sector.”
The Question Time Women in Tech debate expert panel will include:
- Lisa Woodall, Head of Strategy, Architecture and Governance, Zurich Insurance plc
- Michelle Shakesheff, Business Analyst Manager, Zurich Insurance plc
- Chloe Adams, Computer Science student at the University of Southampton
- Saffron House, Senior Business Analyst, Ordnance Survey
- Maria Bridgeman, IT Programme Manager
Event details: “Women in IT - Question Time!” - BCS Hampshire joint event with Zurich Insurance plc
Date: 11 October 2016
Venue: Zurich Insurance plc, 3000a Parkway, Whiteley, Fareham, Hampshire, PO15 JJZ
Time: Registration from 18.00, Event start 19.00, Finish at approx. 20.30
Cost: The event is free of charge to attend, and open to everyone.
BCS Hampshire Branch holds regular popular monthly events around the Hampshire region with informative presentations and discussions about a wide range of IT-related topics. For more information about BCS Hampshire Branch visit:http://www.bcs.org/category/12185
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