What can we do to encourage more young girls into STEM?

Nov 25, 2020, 12:16 AM
Today we hear an incredible panel, facilitated by Sonya Barlow, discussing how individuals and companies can encourage more young girls to pursue careers in STEM.

We will hear from a number of leaders who are running campaigns and initiatives to support schools and young adults with the skills and encouragement they need to prepare them for a career in their chosen field of technology, science, engineering or maths.

Sheridan Ash works in tech innovation and women in technology at PWC. Rav Bumbra is the founder of Cajigo, a dual app that provides mentoring and support to girls and women to accelerate their growth into tech, digital, engineering and leadership careers. Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is a British computing, mathematics and language child prodigy – and the founder of ‘Stemettes'. Anna Brailsford is the CEO of Code First and was previously the Commercial Director of Lynda.com. Chelsea Slater is the Co-Founder and Director of Innovate – a company getting girls ready for the tech industry, and the industry ready for girls. Sonya Barlow is the Founder of Like Minded Females, a global community dedicated to reducing inequalities and providing a foundation to succeed to women and underrepresented minorities

You can find out more about and connect with the panel on LinkedIn. 
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