Featured In…

I have been fortunate enough to be featured in the following:

HERoes Future Leader Role Models List 2023

Computer Weekly – Most Influential Women In UK Tech 2022 and 2023 Longlist

Was shocked to find out that I had not only been selected for the Computer Weekly Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2022 Longlist, but the 2023 Longlist as well, named alongside some amazing ladies. Not sure who nominated me for these, but I feel very blessed and grateful to be a nominee two years in a row.

2023 Longlisthttps://www.computerweekly.com/news/366547513/Most-influential-women-in-UK-tech-The-2023-longlist

2022 Longlist https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252523861/Most-influential-women-in-UK-tech-The-2022-longlist

Black and Great: The Essential Workplace Toolkit

I was approached to contribute to this idea of a self published booklet over 4 years ago, and to my surprise it’s morphed into this amazing larger and more impactful book, authored by the talented Rene Germain

So so honoured and grateful for the opportunity to contribute to this book along with so many heavyweights in film, sports, music, entertainment, business, and academia…

Beverley Knight MBE, Trevor Nelson MBE, Gina Yashere, Christine Ohuruogu MBE, Ronke Lawal, Kayode Ewumi, Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE, JB Gill, Tangy Morgan, Alexandra Burke, Dr. Patricia Daley, and Ashley Walters.

Black and Great highlights the specific challenges Black people face in the working world and provides readers with honest and practical advice to thrive and carve out the career of their dreams while embracing their Blackness.

The book shares the career journeys of many successful Black British professionals and entrepreneurs through open letters and interviews, providing advice, support, and encouragement to Black students and professionals starting in their working lives.

These stories will help to inspire and guide the next generation of talent!

You can get your copy her book here: https://amzn.to/3NZ5mZh

The Voices In The Shadow

Grateful and humbled to be one of the women featured in The Voices In The Shadow book, which has been sent to 300 schools in the UK and Inreland, and more to come.

Visibility is so important, especially of role models in industries with shockingly low representation. Only 19% of people in tech are women, and ridiculously, only 0.7% of people in tech are black women.

Hoping my story and that of the other 50 amazing women will inspire a new generation of women techies.

You can access an extended digital version of the book here https://theblackwomenintech.com/the-voices-in-the-shadow-book-digital-version-request/

You can order a physical copy of the book here https://theblackwomenintech.com/the-voices-in-the-shadow-campaign/