To celebrate International Women's Day on March 8th, in partnership with SafetyCulture Morgan McKinley will be hosting the first of the 2020 Women in Technology, Data & Analytics meet-ups where we talk all things technology over a glass of wine.
Off the back of a successful series in 2019, we are delighted to bring this meet-up back in 2020! Based on previous event feedback, our fantastic guest speaker and an excellent panel will help us tackle the topic of confidence.
Women in Technology, Data and Analytics continue to be under-represented in today's evolving world. Since 2014 we have been partnering with businesses to tackle this issue and move the dial on women in leadership.
This is your unique opportunity to network with like-minded females and hear from inspirational senior women as they share:
- their career journeys and success stories.
- the challenges they faced around confidence and how they overcame these.
Refreshments and nibbles will be provided. Spaces are limited - secure your spot now!
"Their words, not ours!" Hear some of the feedback from last year's workshops!
- "Very empowering group of women. The honest advice and stories openly shared by the speakers were very valuable."
- "The most enjoyable part was surrounded by so many energetic and enthusiastic women from technology."
About the Speaker
Gill McLaren is an international business leader who draws on her 30-year business career - including C-suite roles for Coca-Cola – to help people create Best Life Plans. Gill became so passionate about supporting others to make the most of their strengths and be true to their passions that she left her corporate career to set up a coaching and consultancy business focused on just that. She has translated her own journey and those of other executive leaders she has coached, into a set of practical tools and frameworks to help you discover and define your best life and unique life fingerprint.
May holds a Bachelor of Science (Information Systems) and Master of Commerce degrees from the University of New South Wales. May's personal mantra is "Have a grateful heart; dare to compete and pay if forward - there's more to life than just thriving for your own success - Be a Service to others!"
Beenish is currently working as the Director of Engineering for education startup Practera. She comes from a strong technical background with over 16 years of experience in technology, working across a diverse range of roles including (Senior) Developer, Scrum Master, Technical Producer and Delivery Manager. Beenish is a dedicated people leader, with a passion for building teams from the ground up to form tightly-knit and productive communities.