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Presentation: Suw Charman-Anderson (Founder Ada Lovelace Day) - 06 October 2017

Presentation: Suw Charman-Anderson (Founder Ada Lovelace Day) - 06 October 2017
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Suw Charman-Anderson talks about why she set up Ada Lovelace Day and some of the other women who have made outstanding contributions to computer science. With time for questions from the audience at the end.

6:30-8pm - Doors open at 6pm

Visitors to this event will have access to the new women in computing exhibition.

Suw Charman-Anderson is the founder of Ada Lovelace Day, an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths. Each year, ALD hosts a flagship science cabaret event in London, whilst around the world independent groups put on their own events. The organisation also works year round to raise the profile of and support women in STEM, producing a podcast, resources database, free education pack for teachers, posters and women in STEM crochet patterns.

Prior to working full-time on Ada Lovelace Day, Suw was a social technologist and, as one of the UK’s social media pioneers, worked with clients worldwide. A freelance journalist, she has written about social media, technology and publishing for The Guardian, CIO Magazine and Forbes.

In 2005, Suw co-founded the Open Rights Group, a digital rights campaigning group. As its first Executive Director, she prepared the organisation’s response to the Gowers Review of Intellectual Property, and gave evidence on digital rights management to the All Party Parliamentary Internet Group. 

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This event is part of our October 2017 festival 'Computing History: Where did all the Women Go?  For the full line-up of events, see our hub page here.

Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!

 
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