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Gillian Arnold


18:00 - Start
19:30 - Close


In her talk Gillian will address Microinequities and the impostor syndrome and their role in making you feel not quite good enough to reach the top!

About the speaker

Gillian Arnold

Gillian Arnold has been identified as a one of the 50 most influential women in UK IT. Gillian is a Past Chair of the BCS Women Specialist Group, spent 11 years as a non-executive director of WISE and currently sits on the Diversity and Inclusion Board for the Institute of Coding.

She is the managing director of Tectre, an IT recruitment and training company focussed on supporting women in technical roles.

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Women in Tech: Addressing Microinequities and the impostor syndrome
Date and time
Thursday 21 April, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Manchester Metropolitan University
John Dalton Building
Room E005, John Dalton Building
M1 5GD
This event is sold out