ITAG’s Digital Women’s Forum announces a season of tech events

Members and supporters of the INMO union striking outside Galway University Hospital on Wednesday. Photo:-Mike ShaughnessyBack Row -Orla Collins IBM, Sharon Walsh Fidelity, Fiona Fraser IBM, Sara Gilligan, The UXStudio, Taryn Schuller DXC, Front Row:Dee Timoney, ITAG Skillnet, Lorna Smyth, SmartBear, Caroline Cawley, ITAG, Jo Mullins, ITAG Skillnet, Karen Conway, Fidelity. Also on the committee: Fiona Neary, TTI, Maureen Kelly Hardiman, DXC, Emer Kelly,Avaya,Claire Murray, HPE, Edel Tucker, MetLife, Laura Reddy, Cisco.

Members and supporters of the INMO union striking outside Galway University Hospital on Wednesday. Photo:-Mike ShaughnessyBack Row -Orla Collins IBM, Sharon Walsh Fidelity, Fiona Fraser IBM, Sara Gilligan, The UXStudio, Taryn Schuller DXC, Front Row:Dee Timoney, ITAG Skillnet, Lorna Smyth, SmartBear, Caroline Cawley, ITAG, Jo Mullins, ITAG Skillnet, Karen Conway, Fidelity. Also on the committee: Fiona Neary, TTI, Maureen Kelly Hardiman, DXC, Emer Kelly,Avaya,Claire Murray, HPE, Edel Tucker, MetLife, Laura Reddy, Cisco.

ITAG’s Digital Women’s Forum have announced a series of events for the city this Spring which will provide a platform for professional and personal development through bringing together like-minded people.

The group, representing most of the top tech companies in the city, combine the power of learning through shared experiences via events, courses and networking.

A spokesperson said that through these evnts, they create a space for leaders in business, industry experts, technology experts and entrepreneurs to share their experiences, ideas, insights and tips.

“We encourage engagement through asking questions, learning, sharing stories, training events, peer-to-peer mentoring and in-company coffee mornings.

“Our forum was created for women and men working in the sector. We encourage business professionals interested in digital, technology and personal development to join in. We are passionate about ensuring that women are at the forefront of the digital revolution.

“We aim to improve diversity, connect people in technology and grow a group of well-networked professionals and individuals, so people realise they are more than their job, they are part of a vibrant community. They say your network is your net-worth, so come and join us,” the spokesperson said, as they unveiled a series of events such as:

Coffee morning in Cisco - February

Executive Digital Women’s Leadership Programme on February 20

TechReturners - Return to Tech - Cyber Security for Women HPE - March

Coffee morning DXC/HPE/Micro - focus of IWD - March 7

ITAG Awards 2019 Hotel Meyrick - March 29

Dr. Niamh Shaw presents at Pathways - Galmont Hotel -April 9

Design Thinking Workshop for Teens - GMIT -May 22

AtlanTec Digital Women’s Afternoon Tea 29th May Hotel Meyrick -May 29

Ally Watson founder of Code Like A Girl visits Galway schools

AtlanTec Conference 2019 - NUIG - May 30

For more information visit www.itag.ie

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