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WeAreTechnology-widget articles, events, networkingWeAreTechWomen is a hub of technology articles, events, networks and tech news. Our latest articles cover everything related to STEM, current affairs, inspirational women in technology and reviews.

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Stacy-Ann Sinclair
15
Mar

Inspirational Woman: Stacy-Ann Sinclair | Co-Founder & CTO, CodeREG

Stacy-Ann Sinclair is the Co-Founder and CTO of CodeREG, a regtech startup codifying financial regulation into machine executable rules. Stacy-Ann is a Computer Scientist who has spent the last 10 years building trading systems and globally scalable data platforms for UBS, Barclays Investment Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She is interested in building...
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bridging the gender pay gap featured
08
Mar

Stamping out the gender stigma

By Julie Dorman, Solution Owner at Adjuno As little as two decades ago the landscape looked very different for women in logistics. Warehouses, docks, headquarters, all areas of businesses within this arena were typically very male orientated. Fast forward to today however, and 40 per cent of graduates within logistics are female, showing that there...
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women in blockchain featured
08
Mar

The rise of women in the blockchain industry

Article provided by Marie Tatibouet, CMO, Gate.io The blockchain industry has significantly grown in popularity over the last few years and it is set to continue on its upward journey, with the number of Blockchain wallet users currently recorded at 28 million. Although blockchain is a huge phenomenon, research has highlighted that only five per...
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05
Mar

Apprenticeships: Championing alternative routes into STEM careers

It is widely known that the tech industry is made up of only 17 per cent women and that less girls study subjects in Science, Engineering, Technology and Maths (STEM). So with fewer females in the pipeline what are companies doing to attract students to join their firms and why would an A-Level student choose...
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gender equality featured
12
Feb

The blockchain industry is moving towards gender equality

As the blockchain industry continues to grow and create more opportunities for all, there’s real potential for this technological vanguard to level the playing field. In this fast-moving space, this is the perfect time to break down gender equality barriers, allowing female leaders and innovators to truly shine. For years, women have eclipsed men in...
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women in STEM featured
07
Feb

STEM up – a case for encouraging women and girls to enter the tech industry

Anjali Arora, SVP and Chief Product Officer, Rocket Software A recently resurfaced 1958 issue of an American magazine entitled 129 Ways To Get A Husband suggests searching the census reports for places with the most single men. It’s 2019, and if you are in the market for a husband, you stand a good chance of...
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Shalom Lloyd featured
30
Jan

Inspirational Woman: Shalom Lloyd | Founder, Naturally Tribal

Shalom Lloyd (BSc MSc Pharm; MBA) is a proud mother of five, a wife, a serial entrepreneur, TEDx speaker and a workaholic. A global leader for over twenty (20) years in the UK Pharmaceutical (drug development) Industry, Shalom Lloyd is the founder of Naturally Tribal Skincare a company that uses Mother Nature’s gifts to create...
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Passion led us here featured
17
Jan

Find your passion and the rest will follow

Moving from working in hospitality to the tech industry could be seen as a strange move for some, however for me, it was as perfect a match as cream and jam on a scone. After running my own bakery for a number of years I decided to take the plunge into tech, more specifically coding....
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