In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, the woman who is widely regarded as the first ever computer programmer, Engine Shed and SETsquared bring together a panel of women in STEM//STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) to talk about their tech careers, which have developed into something much more entrepreneurial.
The event will be a place for women in tech and girls in STEAM education to inspire, be inspired, network and celebrate the original coder, Ada Lovelace.
The panel will be chaired by Monika Radclyffe, Director, SETsquared Bristol
The panel will include;
Angela Loveridge, Cyber Scholars
Helen Lloyd, Xavier Analytics
Helen Tanner, Data Cubed
Natalie Thurlby, Jean Golding Institute, University of Bristol
This event is targeted at women and girls to hear from other inspirational women and we encourage anyone to attend, celebrate and be inspired. We welcome you to bring your children, if appropriate and accompanied by an adult.
A selection of teas, coffee and water will be provided.
If you want to ask a question for the panel, tweet us @EngineShed_BB using #ALD19_Bristol