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MotherBoard Event: Mentorship – Supporting Women in Tech

A conversation to change an industry on Friday, October 15th 12:30pm to 1:30pm.

Our next event on Friday, October 15th 12:30pm to 1:30pm is our fifth MotherBoard event in this years series and will feature a panel talk and Q&A with industry experts and will be covering the importance of coding boot camps and mentorship programs. We will be discussing what coding camps are doing to entice more women into tech and also how to get the best out of mentorship (What makes a good mentor, how to find a mentor, importance of having a mentor). Overall, this will be a guide on for women looking to get into software development and also how to support those who are looking to progress into leadership positions through vital support and guidance.

Our speakers include:

Jon Linklater-Johnson – Head of Engineering – LabGenius
Margaret Davidson – Growth Manager – IO Academy
Sarah O’Grady – Lead Teacher & Engineer – Le Wagon
Nicola Martin – Head of Quality – Adarga

RSVP to attend the event HERE.
Join the group HERE.

This is an online event, hosted on CrowdCast. We can’t wait to see you there!

12.20 – CrowdCast room opens

12.30pm – Event starts with a welcome from your meet-up organiser, Sophie and an introduction to the panel.

12.35pm – Panel talk with a range of tech leaders.

13.20pm – Audience Q&A

13.30pm – Event closes

The event will be recorded and will be available to view shortly afterwards.

MotherBoard is a community that has been created to drive positive change throughout the UK Technology and Data sectors. Creating environments that support the inclusion of working mothers offers a significant solution to the shortage of talent across the Technology and Data sectors. We’re here to educate, challenge, and create that shift. We’re not here to berate, we’re here to connect, embrace and champion positive change-makers.

Our community is open to all. Mothers working in tech, organisations who are up-skilling returners back into work as well as employers that are consciously looking to create inclusive programmes to attract mothers into their Technology and Data teams. We actively encourage females, males, and non-binary folk to join us and to get involved. >

Your community organisers are:

Amber from ADLIB – http://www.adlib-recruitment.co.uk

If you would like to get involved in building and running our community please get in touch at amber@adlib-recruitment.co.uk

You can follow us on Instagram @motherboarduk

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