Who we are
UCISA's Women in Tech Group highlights the success of women already working in IT roles in HE and FE. The Group offers opportunities to network and share experiences and challenges as well as identifying best practice approaches to improving diversity.
What we do
The Group aims to encourage more women to consider technology-related careers in the sector and creates networking opportunities, both physical and virtual, for women to share experiences and challenges as well as promoting the IT work undertaken by women in the sector.
Join the conversation on the UCISA's Women in Tech Group's Teams site, which provides a friendly opportunity to connect with women in a range of IT roles across UK educational institutions or via twitter at @ucisawit
Member Email lists
Group discussion lists are to be used by members to discuss subjects of common interest. People entitled to join the list are members of Full and Affiliate member institutions (ie not Corporate members). The lists should not be used to advertise or promote Corporate member or non-members events/services/products. These should be posted via the UCISA-announce list.
For discussions, questions and answers you can
- Sandra Gillham
- Project Manager
- University of Southampton
- Cat Hallam
- Faculty Learning Technology Officer
- Keele University
- Tatiana Hepplewhite
- Business Systems Manager
- Leeds Beckett University
- Christi Hopkinson
- Head of Service Operations
- University of the West of England
- Jim Nottingham
- Chief Information Officer
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