Women in Technology 2021

Is available to watch on-demand now!

We reached students & graduates across the nation on 3rd Nov from 1-4pm, filmed live from the IET in London and broadcasted virtually to the comfort of homes, universities & fav hangout spots.

If you are studying a STEM degree or postgraduate qualification and want to find out more about technology careers then watch the event on-demand.

This event will help to empower you to be a change maker and be pivotal in increasing the number of women working in technology and also becoming business leaders in this sector, where women are currently underrepresented.

Campus Media planned a fantastic afternoon, we heard from inspiring trailblazers Beth Probert & Valeria Cataldo, learn from Laura Fox’s LinkedIn masterclass session and gained invaluable insights from student & graduate employers HSBC, GSK & Capgemini Invent.


Panel discussion

Beth Probert put your questions to Employers GSK, HSBC & Capgemini Invent. Campus Media’s very own STEM Brand Ambassador – Emily Pham, a final year student at the University of Essex studying BSc Computer Science joined the discussion. Emily also founded the Women in STEM society at her University.
Spanning several sectors, this was a great opportunity to ask your burning questions about their office culture, application process, career progression and more.

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Professional Development sessions

Laura Fox was back for 2 LinkedIn masterclasses:
How to build trusted relationships on LinkedIn” &
Understanding employers and keeping your professional knowledge up-to-date“.
You can catch up and also watch Laura’s previous sessions on demand: 
How to Elevate your Professional Brand with Content
How to create & improve your Linkedin brand identity 
Successfully network with industry mentors and employers.

Employer Insights Sessions


Be part of a collaborative team that takes on the world’s biggest financial and data challenges, builds platforms that support millions of customers worldwide, runs more than 6,300 services and embraces agile working to shape the future and transform the banking experience.
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We have a challenging and inspiring mission: to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer. In recent years we have developed innovative medicines in areas including respiratory disease, skin cancer and HIV, as well as new vaccines against diseases like Malaria. We are headquartered in the UK and have a global presence across more than 100 countries which allows us to make a real contribution to the health and wellbeing of people all around the world.
We offer a range of graduate opportunities and placements across the business. On every one of our programmes, you will be tasked with meaningful projects that truly make a difference to GSK’s mission!
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At Capgemini we help our clients to embrace innovation and transformation to get the future they want. By combining strategy, technology, data science, and creative design expertise with an inventive mindset, we partner with our clients to innovate and transform their business, helping them navigate today, while plotting a course for the future.
Capgemini Invent is the digital innovation, design and transformation brand of the Capgemini Group. Capgemini Invent enables CxOs to envision and shape the future of their businesses. Located in more than 36 offices and 37 creative studios around the world, it comprises a 10,000+ strong team of strategists, data scientists, product and experience designers, brand experts and technologists who develop new digital services, products, experiences and business models for sustainable growth.
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Read more about …

Beth Probert EngTech MIET – Consultant Engineer at Capgemini
Beth is an Astrophysicist turned Software Engineer working at Capgemini Engineering’s High Integrity Software Expertise Centre. Her day-to-day work involves creating cutting-edge software that keeps people safe in their everyday lives and researching new technologies.

Beth is also the Vice Chair of the WISE Young Professional’s Board, where she supports the diverse group of Board members with projects that aim to inspire, engage with and advocate for the current and next generation of women in STEM. Her enthusiasm and passion for both her work and wider diversity and inclusion issues led to her recognition as one of the top female engineers in the UK as a finalist in the IET’s 2020 Young Woman Engineer of the Year awards.

Event partner – The Institute of Engineering & Technology (The IET) find out how you can get involved with the Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2020/2021.

Valeria CataldoHead of ViiV Tech at GSK
Valeria has been working for GSK since 2011, leading multiple global initiatives in the ERP space, implementing best in class Cloud solutions for the Finance business and in the last year an half heading up Tech for the HIV business, focusing in particular on Digital marketing solutions and virtual customer engagement. Prior to that, Valeria worked for few years at Kraft Foods leading SAP implementation globally and another couple of years at Accenture Consulting travelling around the worlds at multiple clients experiencing different industries. Valeria’s first job experience was an internship at United Nations in New York at the Budgeting & Controlling department which she started right after her Master in Business Administration and Management, with honours.

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