Inspiring women and girls in STEAM - celebrating Ada Lovelace Day (All years, 13th Oct)
Tue, 13 October 2020: 16:00 – 17:00 BST Click here to register.
Ada Lovelace is the women who is widely regarded as the first ever computer programmer.
STEM/STEAM means Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.
In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, Engine Shed and SETsquared Bristol bring together a panel of women in STEM/STEAM to talk about their tech careers, which have developed into something much more entrepreneurial.
The event will be a place for women in tech and girls in STEAM education to inspire, be inspired and celebrate the original coder, Ada Lovelace.
The panel will be chaired by Caroline Clark, KETS Quantum Security.
The panel will include;
Ajara Pfannenschmidt, User Experience Designer and Information Architect
Chen Mao Davies, founder & CEO LatchAid, VR/AR product to help mothers and babies commence breastfeeding
Sara Telahoun, Sustainability Consultant for Cities at Anthesis Group
Lily Manzoni, Head of Research and Development, LettUs Grow
This event is targeted at women and girls to hear from other inspirational women and we encourage anyone to attend, celebrate and be inspired.
To find out more information and to register for this event click here.