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April 27th, 2017

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE BUILDING
102 PETTY FRANCE
LONDON, SW1H 9AJ
UNITED KINGDOM

MORNING SESSION:

Alexandra Isenegger, Founder and CEO, Linkilaw — Compere

8:00-9:00        Registration

9:00 am          Welcome Address featuring Wonder Women Tech, Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting, and the Ministry of Justice UK. Lisa Mae and Naheed will go first followed by 10 minute welcome by Emily and Kylie

9:15-9:30        Shannon Hematian, Co-Founder and CFO, Piptompkin Studios, “In Change We Trust: The Power of Getting Uncomfortable.”

9:35-9:50        Why 100 Year Plan? Mark Martin, Co-Founder, UK Black Tech, and Alex Addae-Brobbey, Founder, BY Creative

9:55-10:05       Susanne Chishti, CEO, Fintech Circle “Wonder Women — Your Time is NOW!”

10:10-10:40      Panel Discussion: “Full STEAM Ahead: Women Who Pioneer the Industry.” Pip Wilson, Co-Founder and CEO, Amicable Apps; Emma McGuigan, Senior Managing Director, Accenture Consulting, Kelly Goodwin, Head of IT Service Operations, HS2; Shalini Khemka, CEO E2Exchange and business advisory board member to London Mayor Moderated by: Cathy White, Founder CEW Communications

10:45-11:05  Panel Discussion:“#WeAreChangemakers: Innovators in Tech Who Make A Difference.” Jude Ower, CEO and Founder, Playmob; Zoe Laughlin, Co-Founder and Director, Institute of Making; Dr. Isabelle Van De Keere, CEO and Founder, Immersive Rehab; Moderated by: Maneesh Juneja, Digital Health Futurist

11:10–11:30    IGNITE TALK SESSION:

Silja Litvin, Psychologist and CEO of PsychApps  “Using Tech to Hack Mental Health”

Saija Mahon, Founder, Mahon Digital Marketing Ltd. “The Evolving Career Landscape in the Digital & Tech Age–Entrepreneurship, Career or a Hybrid Model?”   

Alessandra Sollberger, Founder and CEO, Evermore “Both Sides of the Table: From Investing To Founding”

11:35-11:45       Dr. Ruth McKernan, Innovate UK “Bringing Women In Innovation Into Focus”

 11:50-12:00      Tunji Akintokun, Director, Cisco Africa “Wired for Diversity”

WONDER GIRLS CAMP:

10:00-1:00     Wonder Girls Camp for Primary School Girls, Prince’s Trust

10:00-11:00 Primo Toys Presents: How Are Coding and Storytelling Related?  In this hands-on session focusing on communication, collaboration and creativity we will look at how to use tangible coding to take the Cubetto robot on exciting adventures.

11:15-12:15 Microsoft Youth Spark presents

LUNCH:

12:00-13:00   LUNCH SPONSORED BY CGI.  Catered by Hummus Bros.

12:30 Guest Speaker: David Filmer, VP CGI UK

12:40 Special Lunch Presentation: Prince’s Trust Mosaic

AFTERNOON SESSION:

Cathy White, Founder, CEW Communications, Compere

13:00-14:00      *Elective sessions (attendees can choose to attend one of six elective sessions. First come, first served basis. Sign up at registration.)

1ST ELECTIVE SESSIONS*

Session One: Facilitated by Ministry of Justice

“Securing agile digital services in government”
Digital services provide us with quick, convenient access to a wide range of things from buying books online to booking prison visits. Their users and data make them prime targets for cyber attack. If they’re successfully compromised the fallout can potentially ruin lives, shut down businesses, or worse. This panel will give you an opportunity to find out how we make government digital services as secure as possible.

Session Two: Facilitated by Stacy Gordon, Founder and CEO, Rework Work

“Take Control of Your Career!”
Are you tired of waiting for someone to tell you when it’s time for a promotion? Don’t want to accept your company’s definition of professional development? Is there no budget at work for advanced learning? Or have you decided it’s time for a new career altogether? For women and professionals of color who have found it difficult to enter a STEAM career, let alone advance in one, this session will provide you with the tools to forge a path that sparks your passion, aligns with your vision and is true to your career goals.

Session Three: Facilitated by DLA Piper

“Digital Transformation – Powering Change.”
An interactive session where DLA Piper will discuss recent experiences of how technological advances are infiltrating our everyday personal and corporate lives including in relation to wearable tech, AI and use of voice recognition technology and biometrics.  We will also discuss the legal risks inherent in contracting for use of or selling these technologies, and ways to minimise their impact.

Session Four: Contracts IT Recruitment and CGI Workshop 

“CV Review and Career Assessment Bootcamp”
Come and hear about best practice from the experts at Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting and CGI and bring along your CV for review and career advice!

Session Five: Facilitated by: Susanne Chishti, CEO and Founder, Fintech Circle

“FINTECH Deepdive – Understand the Fintech Sector in 50 min!”
The FINTECH revolution is taking the world by storm changing the way we pay, save and invest globally. Join a 50min turbo -charged session with Susanne Chishti, CEO of FINTECH Circle and the Fintech Bestseller The FINTECH Book to deep dive into this sector and decide how you want to benefit from fintech as client, startup founder or employee, investor, innovator or thought leader. You will learn about the fintech powershift and investment trends globally, the key stakeholders, role of tech giants and startups disrupting the status quo and the importance of collaboration. Be warned: This workshop which could change your career! Twitter: @FINTECHCircle @SusanneChishti @TheFINTECHBook

Session Six: Facilitated by: Neil Miliken, Head of Accessibility & Digital Inclusion, Atos

“Delivering Inclusion Through Technology”
Learn why catering for inclusion in technology helps you reach a wider market and build better more effective and usable products that benefit everyone. The session is a mixture of presentation and mini activities.  Learn about good and bad practice and get hands on with assistive technology that you never knew you owned.

14:00-14:15    Transition break

14:15-15:15    *Elective sessions (attendees can choose to attend one of six elective sessions. First come, first served basis. Sign up at registration.)

2ND ELECTIVE SESSIONS*

Session One: Facilitated by Karen Palmer, Multidisciplinary Immersive Filmmaker

“Your Brain is a Remote Control”
This session will explore how Karen uses the compelling advancements in tech (Machine Learning  A.I. and Neuro) and storytelling to creative immersive film experiences. Her RIOT (prototype) portrays stories of a time of extreme global unrest through an emotionally responsive, live-action film with 3D sound, which uses facial recognition to navigate through a dangerous riot.

Session Two: Facilitated by: Praveen Singh, CEO and Founder, Ourchestra

“Challenge Your Thinking!”
Praveen Singh shares how she consistently challenged her thinking throughout her career to break through all the barriers and climb the ladder in the technology world.  The same thinking has also made her a three time entrepreneur.  She challenges technology companies to think differently and will share tools that you can use in any industry to challenge the status quo.

Session Three: Facilitated by Jenny Garrett, Founder, Reflexion Associates

“Assertive Communication: How to Speak and Be Heard In Meetings.”
In this powerful workshop you will learn how to:
• How to handle and manage those communication glitches that are all too common for women.
• How to speak so people listen and you are heard
• How to leave a lasting impression so everyone will definitely know who you are.

Session Four: Facilitated by Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting and Microsoft

“CV Review and Career Assessment Bootcamp”
Come and hear about best practice from the experts at Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting and Microsoft and bring along your CV for review and career advice!

Session Five: Facilitated by Ministry of Justice

“Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Environment Within the Ministry of Justice.”
During this interactive session you will hear from the MoJ about their work on building a team that is representative of the general population and the people they build services for, you will also have an opportunity to put forward ideas on how the MoJ can develop this work further.

Session Six: Exploring Fintech, Venture Capital and Funding. Moderated by Rob Kerner, Royal Bank Scotland (RBS)

*ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SET UP THEATRE STYLE TO ALLOW FOR MAXIMUM PARTICIPATION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTIFIED.

13:00-15:00 WWT Mentor Sessions During this session, a group of mentors comprised of women pioneering STEAM industries, will be on hand to offer advice, insight and perspective to those looking to enjoy quick tips or build connections for mentorship matchmaking. Attendees and mentors will engage in Q & A panel discussions in a theatre style setting.

13:00 Mentor Session One:

  • Silja Litvin, Psychologist and CEO, PsycApps
  • Shannon Hematian, Co-Founder and CEO, Pip Tompkin Studio
  • Jessica Dick, Investment Manager, Synergy Growth
  • Ella Crockerell, Evangelist, Microsoft
  • Jenny Garrett, Trainer, Speaker, Coach
  • Donna Herdsmen, Technology and Leadership Development Consultant
  • Marie Polo, Product Leader, Mastercard Europe

14:15 Mentor Session Two

  • Holly Pearlman, Associate, DLA Piper
  • Jennifer Gibbons, Associate, DLA Piper
  • Saija Mahon, Founder, Digital Marketing Ltd.
  • Claire Long, CGI
  • Anne Stratford, CGI
  • Collette Philip, Founder and Strategist, Brand by Me
  • Dawn Graham,Rolls Royce

15:15-15:30    Transition Break

15:35-15:40 Julian David, CEO, techUK “Back to the Future – Powering Returners Back Into Tech”

15:45-16:00    IGNITE TALK SESSION:

Jenny Garrett, CEO, Reflexion, “You Are the Solution!”

Molly Watt, CEO and Founder of Molly Watt Ltd and a Trustee of Molly Watt Trust, “They Told Me I Couldn’t.”

 

16:05 – 16:25 Fireside Chat with Russ Shaw, Founder, Tech London Advocates Fireside Chat and Lisa Mae Brunson, Founder of Wonder Women Tech with Q&A

16.30-17.30    Contracts IT Speed Recruiting During this session, a series of companies looking to hire a diverse array of potential candidates in the tech space, will have the opportunity to meet with women looking to be hired. Candidates and companies will engage in 10 minute interview sessions. Bring your CV!

  • DLA Piper
  • Rolls Royce
  • CGI
  • Accenture               
  • Cisco
  • MoJ
  • Mastercard   
  • Microsoft
  • LLoyds

17:45-18:00       Closing Address: Lisa Mae Brunson, Founder and CEO, Wonder Women Tech and Naheed Afzal, Co-Founder, Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting

*PLEASE NOTE: THE DETAILS OF THIS AGENDA ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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April 28th, 2017

EXPEDIA, INC.
EXPEDIA, ANGEL SQUARE
LONDON, EC1V 1NS

MORNING SESSION:

8:30-10:00       Registration and Breakfast

9:30-9:45         WWT and Partners Welcome Address with Wonder Women Tech, Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting and Expedia, Inc.

9:50-10:10       Morning Keynote: Nikki Krishnamurthy, Chief People Officer, Expedia, Inc.

10:15-10:25     Hayley Sudbury, CEO and Founder, Werkin “Tech Design with Gender in Mind.”

10:30-10:45     Rt Hon Edward Vaizey MP – UK Parliament “Tech and Brexit Britain”

10:50-11:15     Panel Discussion: “We Are Inclusion: The Women Who Pave the Way” Sally Eaves,CTO at MindFit, CIO at Intrapreneur International; Agata Cooper, Digital Strategy & Public Safety, Accenture; Lu Li, Founder and CEO, Blooming Founders; Jessica Gioglio, Digital and Social Business Strategist,  Moderator

11:20-11:30     John Gibbs, Group CIO , Rolls Royce, “Pioneering the Digital That Matters”

11:00-11:20     Panel Discussion: VR Girls UK

11:25-11:35     John Gibbs, Group CIO, Rolls Royce  “Pioneering the Digital that Matters”

11:35-12:00    Panel Discussion: “Creating the Next Wave: Women Leading Interactive Technology.” Michelle Hua, Founder and CEO, Made with Glove; Marija Butkovic, Co-Founder, Women of Wearables; Dr. Delfina Fantini van Ditmar, Innovation Design Engineering, Royal College of Art; Luba Elliot, Creative AI Advocate, Moderator

LUNCH:

12:00-13:00 Lunch Sponsored by Expedia

“Smaller Screens, Bigger Bookings”
Fiona Stevenson, Director Mobile Marketing, Hotels.com brand
Vareeya Thangnirundr, Director Global Business Development, Hotels.com brand

*Expedia to conduct demos in their Usability Lab throughout the day!

*PLEASE NOTE: THE DETAILS OF THIS AGENDA ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

AFTERNOON SESSION:

13:00-13:10      Mark Lomas, Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, HS2 “Diversity Matters – Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at HS2”

13:15-13:25      Saija Mahon, Founder and CEO, Mahon Digital Marketing “The Era of Digitalisation”

13:30-13:55     Panel Discussion: “How Can Artificial Intelligence Increase Innovation, Empower Women and Ignite Change.” Kim Nilsson, Co-Founder and CEO of Pivigo – the Data Science Hub; Libby Kinsey, Co-Founder, Project Juno; Anita Schjøll Brede, CEO & Co-Founder of Iris AI; Moderated by, Tabitha Goldstaub, Co-Founder, CognitionX

14:00-14:15      IGNITE TALK SESSION
Aisha Yusaf, Founder, Peeka  “Exploring the Evolution of Cameras From 1900 to Now.”

Amanda Brandford, CEO, The League Dating App, “Pre-gaming Your Launch. How to build Your User Base Before Your Launch”

14:30-15:15      INTERACTIVE NETWORKING SESSION: Explore and Network with vendors and attendees

15:20-15:40      Fireside chat with Ariane Gorin, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Expedia Affiliate Network, Moderated by Ikram Alasow, WWT Scholarship Winner and International Business Student

15:45-16:00      Seema Bennett, Sales Director, Every Woman “Modern Muse: Inspiring and Engaging the Next Generation in STEAM”

16:05-16:15      Legacy Russell, UK Gallery Relations Lead, Artsy “Collecting Art as Activism”

16:20-16:40      Luciana Carvalho Se and Amandine Flachs, Realities Centre “Going Beyond His/Tory: Female Voices Shaping the Future of Immersive Tech”

16:45-17:00      Allison Rowe, Innovation Lead, Microsoft “Think in 3D: The Future of Creativity”

17:05-17:15      Karen Palmer, Multidisciplinary Immersive Filmmaker,  “The Power of Fear”

 

17:20-17:30     Closing Talk featuring Naheed Afzal Co-Founder, Contracts IT Recruitment and Consulting and Lisa Mae Brunson, Founder and CEO, Wonder Women Tech

17:30-19:00     Networking & drinks at the Angelique Pub — Follow us for a short walk to the pub!

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Wonder Women Tech London Conference hosted by Ministry of Justice and Contracts IT:

Ministry of Justice
102 Petty France,
Westminster, London SW1H 9AJ

Join us on April 27th and enjoy an exciting day of speakers, keynotes, breakouts, panel discussions and career development workshops. Discover your next career position and/or mentor at our Speed Recruiting and Speed Mentoring Sessions. Hear from the Who’s Who of London/UK Tech and discover how #LondonisOpen, and what we’re doing for women in tech, and to diversify our workforce in STEAM industries. After the conference, we’ll mix and mingle at the Buckingham Arms Pub and network with other industry pioneers and #changemakers in tech.

About Ministry of Justice
We design, build and support digital and technology services for the justice system. Services that make a real difference to our staff, members of the public and their families who use them.

The justice system plays an important part in the public’s lives. A lot of people encounter it at difficult and stressful times.

Millions of people every year interact with our services, and Digital & Technology play an important role in improving access to justice. The services we build help make that experience much easier and less distressing.

Wonder Women Tech Interactive hosted by Expedia:

Expedia
Angel Square
London, EC1V 1NS

Join us on April 28th for our first Wonder Women Tech Interactive Conference where we will explore the worlds of Artificial Intelligence, AV/VR, product and app demos, mobility and travel, IoT, the intersection of arts+tech and much more! We’ll have a full day of speakers, keynotes, presentations, panels and fireside chats. Engage our partners and check out their stalls during our “Interactive Discovery” Sessions, and enjoy special art+tech performances during our networking Happy Hour post event!

Various activities and events to include:

Innovations in Technology Workshops
Innovation Camps
Art and Technology
Interactive Zone
Wearable tech

This is a special two-day tech conference you DON’T want to miss! Seating is limited so get your tickets early as we are sure to sell out!

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    ABOUT WONDER WOMEN TECH

    Wonder Women Tech (WWT) is an organization that produces year-round programming and national and international conferences that highlight, educate, and celebrate women and diversity in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math), innovation and entrepreneurialism. Our conferences and programming offer a variety of speakers, panel discussions, coding classes, workshops, hackathons, community inclusion activities, thought leadership, and other dynamic programming geared towards empowering women, girls, people of color, the underrepresented, and diverse communities. We seek to create a shift in diversity and inclusion within STEAM industries by offering revolutionary content and impactful discussions.

    We would love to gain your support as we celebrate #WeAreChangemakers in London. Please help us highlight the wonderful talent in the city where we will be hosting global thought leaders who are passionate about closing the gender gap, helping companies hire a diverse workforce, exposing women, girls and the underrepresented to STEAM careers, and who are leading the charge to create technology and innovative solutions for a better world!

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    SPEAKERS

    Check out our exciting speaker lineup comprised of the Who’s Who in London/UK Tech! More speakers added daily!

    Susanne Chishti

    CEO & Founder @FINTECHCircle @FINTECHTours
    Chairman @FTCInnovate
    Co-Founder @TheFINTECHBook

    Silja Litvin

    Psychologist & CEO of @PsycApps

    Julian David

    CEO of techUK

    Dr Ruth McKernan CBE

    Chief Executive of Innovate UK

    Stacey Gordon

    Founder and CEO of Rework Work

    Molly Watt

    CEO and Founder of Molly Watt Ltd and a Trustee of Molly Watt Trust

    Ed Vaizey MP

    The Right Honourable MP
    Member of UK Parliament (Wantage)
    Former Minister for Culture & Digital Economy 2010-16

    Shannon Hematian

    Co-Founder & CFO of Pip Tompkin Studio

    Praveen Singh

    Founder & Improvement Director, Ourchestra

    Maneesh Juneja

    Digital Health Futurist

    Saija Mahon

    Founder of Mahon Digital Marketing Ltd

    Ella Cockerell

    Evangelist, Microsoft 

    Zoe Laughlin

    Co-founder/Director of the Institute of Making and the Materials Library Project

    Dr Isabel Van De Keere

    CEO and Founder of Immersive Rehab

    Cathy White

    Founder of CEW Communications

    Lisa Mae Brunson

    Founder of Wonder Women Tech

    Naheed Afzal

    Advisory Board, UK Relations of Wonder Women Tech
    Co-founder Contracts IT Recruitment Consulting

    Tunji Akintokun

    Director at Cisco, Africa

    Robert Kerner

    Team Leader at RBS, Business & Private Banking

    Russ Shaw

    Founder of Tech London Advocates

    Nikki Krishnamurthy

    Chief People Officer, Expedia, Inc.

    Marija Butkovic

    Co-Founder of Kisha Smart Umbrella
    Co-Founder of Women of Wearables

    Michelle Hua

    Founder & CEO of Made With Glove Ltd
    Co-founder of Women of Wearables

    Pip Wilson

    Co-founder and CEO of Amicable Apps

    Jenny Garrett

    Trainer, Speaker, Coach

    John Gibbs

    Group CIO for Rolls-Royce

    Amandine Flachs

    Events and Communication Manager at the Realities Centre
    Co-founder of Unfold UK

    Luciana Carvalho Se

    Chief Evangelist at Realities Centre
    Women/Diversity at Unfold UK

    Sarah Ellington

    Senior Associate, DLA Piper

    Amanda Pilkington

    Legal Director, DLA Piper

    Mark Lomas

    Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion: Organisational Effectiveness & Change Directorate, HS2

    Neil Milliken

    Head of Accessibility & Digital Inclusion, Atos

    Emma McGuigan

    Senior Managing Director, Accenture Consulting

    Aisha Yusaf

    Founder, Peeka

    Legacy Russell

    UK Gallery Relations Lead, Artsy

    Alessandra Sollberger

    Founder & CEO, Evermore

    Ikram Alasow

    Postgraduate Student International Business, Birkbeck

    Amanda Bradford

    Founder, The League

    Hayley Sudbury

    Founder and CEO, WERKIN

    Allison Rowe

    3D Paint, Innovation Lead, Microsoft

    Kim Nilsson

    Co-Founder and CEO, Pivigo

    Libby Kinsey

    Co-Founder, Project Juno

    Tabitha Goldstaub

    Founder, CognitionX

    Shalini Khemka

    Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Board Director, E2Exchange

    Dr. Delfina Fantini van Ditmar

    Innovation Design Engineering, Royal College of Art

    Luba Elliot

    Creative AI producer

    Kelly Goodwin

    Head of IT Service Operations, HS2

    David Filmer

    Vice President, CGI

    Karen Palmer

    Multi-Disciplinary Immersive Filmmaker

    Anita Schjøll Brede

    Founder and CEO, Iris.ai

    Mark Martin

    ICT Teacher, Ed-Tech Expert, Start-Up Mentor

    Lu Li

    CEO & Founder, Blooming Founders

    Jessica Gioglio

    Digital & Social Business Strategist and Author, The Power of Visual Storytelling

    Sally Eaves

    CTO at MindFit, CIO at Intrapreneur International, Management Board of TeamBlockchain

    Jude Ower MBE

    Founder and CEO, Playmob

    Alex Addae-Brobbey

    Founder, BY Creative

    Giorgia Migliaresi

    Education Relationships, Primo Toys

    Seema Bennett

    Sales Director, everywoman

    Aurore Belfrage

    CEO and cofounder of EQT Ventures’ in-house startup Together

    Stuart Hollands

    Product Manager, MoJ Digital & Technology

    Tom Read

    Chief Digital & Information Officer, MoJ Digital & Technology

    Alexandra Isenegger

    CEO, Linkilaw

    Emily Hall-Strutt

    Delivery Manager and Diversity & Inclusion Lead, MoJ Digital & Technology


    Kylie Havelock

    Product Manager, MoJ Digital & Technology

    Kellie Matheson

    Senior Service Designer, MoJ Digital & Technology

    Ahana Datta

    Head of Security Engineering, MoJ Digital & Technology

    Tammy Wallace

    Product Manager, MoJ Digital & Technology

    Steve Marshall

    Head of Architecture, MoJ Digital & Technology

    MENTORS

    Maria Polo

    Product Leader, Mastercard Europe

    Donna Herdsman

    Technology and Leadership Development Consultant

    Collette Philips

    Owner and Strategist, Brand by Me

    Silja Litvin

    Psychologist & CEO of @PsycApps

    Shannon Hematian

    Co-Founder & CFO of Pip Tompkin Studio

    Saija Mahon

    Founder of Mahon Digital Marketing Ltd

    Lisa Mae Brunson

    Founder of Wonder Women Tech

    Ella Cockerell

    Evangelist, Microsoft 

    Jenny Garrett

    Trainer, Speaker, Coach

    Jessica Dick

    Investment Manager, Synergy Growth

    Holly Pearlman

    Associate, DLA Piper

    Jennifer Gibbons

    Associate, DLA Piper

    RECRUITERS

    During this session, we will have a number of corporate and public sector organisations who will be looking to engage with diverse talent, providing career advice and sharing their own success stories.

    PARTNERS

    Media Partner

    Wonder Girls Camp is made possible with:

    MINISTRY OF JUSTICE
    APRIL 27th, 2017

    10:00-1:00     Wonder Girls Camp for Primary School Girls, Prince’s Trust

    10:00-11:00 Primo Toys Presents: How Are Coding and Storytelling Related?  

    In this hands-on session focusing on communication, collaboration and creativity we will look at how to use tangible coding to take the Cubetto robot on exciting adventures.

    11:15-12:15 Microsoft Youth Spark presents

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