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Women in Technology Network

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Between 2005 and 2012, Maggie Berry ran womenintechnology.co.uk, an organisation committed to increasing the number of women working and achieving in the UK’s technology profession.

They provided a complete recruitment service, offered a dedicated online IT job board for employers, regularly hosted networking events and ran professional development and career orientated training courses – all activities to help increase the number of females succeeding in the IT.

In November 2012, Maggie left her full time job at Women in Technology to join WEConnect International, an organisation supporting supplier diversity by connecting more majority owned women’s businesses into the corporate supply chain. She continues to run the Women in Technology Network on a voluntary basis in her spare time – you can join the network by following Maggie on Twitter @womenintech, by joining the LinkedIn group ‘Women in Technology UK’ or by liking the Facebook page.

Maggie shares information about events and activities for women working in technology and works towards increasing the number of women succeeding and achieving in technology careers. She is also involved with BCSWomen, WiTT and the Information Technologists Company.

You can contact Maggie on [email protected] and access IT jobs on womenintechnology.co.uk.

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