Lead & Inspire: Women in Technology gives visibility to female talent in the tech realm

February 20, 2019
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This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

On March 7th 2019, six professional women who are leading leading projects in data technology in Spain come together in the event 'Lead & Inspire: Women in Technology', organized by OpenSistemas, one of the leading technology companies specialized in data of our country and with the support of Google Spain. The protagonists of the meeting are professionals who occupy very relevant positions in large companies and are leading revolutionary changes in their organizations thanks to data technology. They are women in the front line of leading organizations in different sectors, which serve as inspiration to all professionals working in this field.

Carmen Reina, Head of Data Culture at Orange, Clara Barrabés, Solutions Development Principal at BBVA, Montse Guàrdia, the recently appointed Director General of Alastria, the first Spanish multi-sectoral consortium of Blockchain, Nuria Ávalos, Director of Blockchain and Digital Experimentation at Repsol, Marta Romero, Head of Employment at Universia, and Beatriz del Rey, Digital Marketing Manager at Domino's Pizza, will be invited to Lead & Inspire: Women in Technology, presented and hosted by Soraya Muñoz, CMO of OpenSistemas, and María Jesús Moya, Head of Iberia Partners in Google Cloud.

The gender gap in the sector: 70% men / 30% women

The conference 'Lead & Inspire: Women in Technology' is held with the aim of giving visibility to the talent of the invited professionals as referents of the sector, since the lack of female referents in technical positions is one of the main causes of the gap between men and women, which is currently 70% men compared to 30% women. Therefore, the event is held close to the International Women's Day, which is commemorated on March 8, and which contextualizes a week in which many initiatives will take place with female talent as the protagonist.

Under a panel of experiences, the guests will share the way in which they are leading the change and the technological transformation in their corresponding organizations, at the same time that they will send an inspirational message for the technological professionals of the future, without distinction of gender.

Admission to this event is free and open to the public upon registration.

This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article.

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