Sarah Fatchett, Founder & Chief Executive Officer at 365 Response, has joined the inspirational panel of women due to speak at the everywoman in Tech Forum. The forum brings together over 600 women working in the tech industry, ranging from graduates up to C-level executives.
The forum offers support and networking, exploring big issues that shape tech leadership today. Founded in 1999, everywoman has been at the forefront of the international movement for gender parity in the workplace and will move to a virtual event this year due to the ongoing pandemic.
Introducing the Panel
Sarah Fatchett – who was also this week announced as a finalist in the everywoman Tech for Good Award – joins an inspirational panel of female leaders from around the world, including:
- Angela Westbrock, VP of Global Operations at Lyft
- Jackie Shears (OBE), Associate Director of NHS Digital
- Anna Vissens, Lead Data Scientist for Guardian News & Media
- Neera Kukadia, Project Engineer at Transport for London
Attending the everywoman in Tech Forum
The everywoman in Tech Forum takes place virtually on 16-18 March 2021 and includes an agenda covering the lessons that can be learned from the global pandemic response, discussions around how to get ahead in tech during uncertain times, and measuring the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
As part of the panel on Thursday 18 March, Sarah Fatchett will take part in the discussion of ‘Tech for Good: How can we leverage the digital to build a better world,’ a session that will be moderated by Joy Foster, Founder of TechPixies. Other panellists include Anna Borgström, CEO of NetClean and Amanda Obidike, Executive Director of STEMi Makers Africa.
Commenting on the opportunity to be involved in the forward-thinking international forum, Sarah said:
“I’m excited to be joining this panel of likeminded, strong females working in the tech industry. It is now more important than ever to build a better world through technology. As we plan for the end of the pandemic, we must take what we have learnt and come back stronger, utilising the many lessons to shape a better future. We must not be afraid to challenge the status quo and speak up, to bring lasting and innovative change in the public and private sector.”