Voting open for the most influential woman in UK technology 2019
Who do you think deserves the title of most influential woman in UK technology 2019? Submit your vote now.
The list, now in its eighth year, aims to shine a light on technology industry role models to make them more visible and accessible, as well highlight the importance of diversity in the future of the technology industry.
More than 360 women were nominated for this year’s list, and a panel of expert judges from the tech industry have decided on the final shortlist of 50 candidates.
This year, Computer Weekly is working in partnership with Mortimer Spinks and the Wellcome Trust to deliver a diversity and inclusion event where attendees will discuss how firms can embrace diversity and inclusion to ensure the industry reflects the audience it serves.
The winner of this year’s Most Influential Woman in UK Tech will be announced at the event, which will take place on 25 September.
Voting closes at 5pm on 23 August 2019. Click here to submit your vote.
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