Please note this session has been rescheduled and will no longer take place on 24th October as previously advertised.

We apologise for any inconvenience. Updated information can be found below and we hope you are able to join us.

For Black History Month, the APPG on Race and Community, and the APPG on Sex Equality are hosting Black Women in Tech on 31st October, 13.30-14.30PM, Committee Room 15.

The Fawcett Society will present a short briefing on the data, with comments from Runnymede Trust on best practice strategies and solutions to increase representation in the tech industry.

The session will be chaired by Jess Phillips MP. It will include a focused Q&A discussion on how to bridge the study to employment gap, and make for a better experience for Black women in the industry.

The APPG on Sex Equality and APPG on Race and Community therefore invite you to a meeting to discuss Black Women in Tech with the following speakers:

  • Chi Onwurah MP
  • Lola Odelola – Black Girl Tech,  Founder, Software Engineer
  • Representative from Google UK 
  • Kimberly McIntosh – Policy Officer, Runnymede Trust

If you are attending on behalf of a Parliamentarian, please select 'Parliamentarian ticket' and put their name in the appropriate box.

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