There are, at a conservative estimate, 11 million people with limited access to digital services. What can we do to help them?.

Host:

Brian Runciman MBCS, BCS Head of Content and Insight

Panellists:

Adam Micklethwaite, Director of Digital Social Inclusion Good Things Foundation, a UK charity helping people lead better lives through digital. With responsibility for the Foundation's UK programmes, Adam builds ambitious and innovative partnerships with Government, philanthropy and the private sector to address society's biggest challenges.

Henrietta Mbeah-Bankas, Head of Blended Learning and the Digital Literacy Project Manager at Health Education England. She was previously the Topol Technology Review Project Lead and a Clinical Fellow at NHS England. She is a Registered Mental Health Nurse, a Darzi Fellow Alumni and a second year NHS Clinical Entrepreneur. She was a visiting lecturer at City University, London and is currently a visiting lecturer at UCL. Henrietta has an eclectic background but currently focusing on the development of digital capabilities and the use of digital technologies in educating the health and care workforce.

Jemma Waters, Head of Responsible Transformation, Lloyds Banking Group. Recognised as a #WATCtop100 Rising Star in 2019, Jemma is a Tech Talent Charter UK Advisor, contributor to the DCMS' Digital Skills Partnership, and Board Director for Future.Now, and plays a pivotal role in UK tech adoption policy.

Webinar: BCS #vitalworkers: 'Assisting the 11 million'
Date and time
6 May, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location


Webinar
Price
Free