Hannah Gilbert is an IT Manager and internship program lead at Procter and Gamble and she wrote this post after attending the Lovelace last week.
“We’ve got this.
Last week I attend the 11th LoveLace Colloquium, the final of an annual poster prize competition sponsored by Google. Women from universities across the country gathered in Sheffield to showcase their passion for technology in the form of an a2 poster. This was my third year back at the Colloquium, this time representing P&G.
The day consisted of networking with extremely bright women and listening to inspirational talks from the likes of Gillian Arnold, the Chair of the British Computing Society for women and Tanja Lichtensteiger, winner of the everywomen award 2018.
To top off the day I was asked to sit on a panel which closed the event. Here I was able to answer questions from the audience and share my experiences as a young woman working in tech.”