Submit your vote for who you think deserves the title of most influential woman in UK technology 2018
Voting has opened for the 2018 list of the most influential women in UK technology, giving Computer Weekly readers the chance to choose who they think should take the top spot.
Now in its seventh year, Computer Weekly’s annual list of the most influential women in UK technology aims to make role models in the industry more visible, as well as highlight the positive difference diversity can make to the future of tech.
This year, Computer Weekly is working in partnership with Mortimer Spinks and EY to deliver a diversity in tech event where attendees will discuss how building an inclusive environment in the workplace can help to promote diversity in the technology industry and retain diverse candidates.
During the event, which is due to take place on 26 September, the 2018 winner of the Most Influential Woman in UK Technology title will be announced.
More than 200 women were nominated for the list, and a judging panel of experts has decided on a final shortlist of the 50 most influential women in UK technology. The final list includes both the Chair and Deputy-chair of BCSWomen:
Sarah Burnett, Vice-president of research, Everest Group and chair, BCS Women Chair and Sharon Moore, Industry technical leader for travel and transportation, IBM UK, BCSWomen Deputy-chair