Wed, 26 Jan|
Online panel discussion
Empowering women: success stories
Women empowerment is proven to be also smart economics: a vital element to enhance business productivity and to catalyse economic growth, social cohesion and social justice. We'll learn from some successful case-studies.
Time & Location
26 Jan 2022, 17:00 – 18:00 GMT
Online panel discussion
About the Conference
While individual countries have made progress in the fight for equal rights, there is still a long way to go before gender equality can be fully achieved on a global scale. Various factors go into measuring gender equality. Currently, the average global gender gap is 31.4%.
Inequalities of opportunity remain a key challenge that affects advanced and transition economies alike. What are the projects and efforts that answer major problems like the access to finance, access to skills, employment and sustainable livelihoods and gender-responsive services and public goods facilitating women to participate fully in economic and public life?
Bridget is the founder of The Bigger Pie, an organisation focused on supporting women in blockchain and emerging tech. As women represent less than 10% of those involved in this sector we focus our efforts on supporting the incredibly talented and pioneering #womeninblockchain. Bridget is a firm believer of having more women involved with the design, development and deployment and decommissioning of tech solutions. Bridget has worked with different actors in the blockchain economy since 2017, both retail facing and servicing institutional clients, gaining an insight into the marketplace, challenges, pitfalls, regulation and breadth of projects and businesses in this rapidly evolving space. She is also co-founder with Dr Amber Ghaddar at The 200Bn Club, an accelerator programme to help female-led startups match successfully with investors.
The Bigger Pie's mission is to include women* in the generational transference of wealth happening in this sector as we’ve seen $2.5 trillion come in and women are once again, missing out Our mission is to ensure blockchain companies build with gender inclusion from the start. This means having a minimum of 30% women in senior roles and supporting female led startups. Creating a pipeline of women into senior roles. 2022 see's the launch of our Zero - CTO, with Zero - CMO, female founders and Women on Boards programmes to follow
I am Achia Nila, founder, Women In Digital - Empowerment through Technology. I am a Computer engineer. For more than 15 years I have been working in the IT industry. I was working for different multinational companies and now I am running my own IT company with 25 women engineers. Through my company, I have trained 11791 girls within 8 years but we have the potential for billions. I have served in some of the internationally recognized organizations such as Dell, Microsoft, HP, Epson, Colgate, HillsPet, J&J, HTC, HSBC, Vodafone, Sony, Unilever, Betfair and Nokia etc. As a local product, I have successfully launched the Maya apa Mobile application.
Women in Digital is an all-star team of female technologists dedicated to bringing more Bangladeshi women into the digital economy. Empowering women with the training and job connections they need to cash in on the digital age. Starting with their success, Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNT1XbHyqb0&t=30sWomen in Digital (WID) is dedicated to promoting women and girls’ education and empowerment through technology. Established in 2013, WID aims to create digital platforms to support, promote and empower women and girls in areas of information and technology.
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