International Women's Day 2016 - Opening the London Stock Exchange and Standing up for Women's Rights

This week I did three super awesome things, North and South UK, and I wanted to share these with you, in the hope that somehow it inspires you to support the IWD2016 cause and what it stands for too. It might only be one day, but the cause is ever-running and needs your support.

#GeeksonTour 2015

Here's the overview of the groups I visited in 2015 for #geeksontour 

Talk - Why Digital Friendships are so Important

Asked to speak at ESRC's Festival of Social Science on the "positives" side, here's why I think Digital Friendships and Relationships are so important in today's world.

Author in Publication - Digital Storytelling : Media That Makes a Difference

Back in December, I was honoured to be asked to write for an academic publication around creative learning. Now, in August 2015, the book is now published and along with another 27 chapter writers, I'm the author of Chapter 13 - Digital Storytelling : Media That Makes a Difference.

Talk - Stop Talking and Start Making a Difference

After attending the first #stoptalkingstartdoing event a few months back, the lovely Dinal Limbachia asked me to speak on my work with Digital Inclusion and some of the barriers to consider and how to go about overcoming them.

Women in STEM is Good for Business

46% of UK workers are women, only 14% of STEM workers are women, what can we do to improve those numbers?

Feminism, Social Media and Conversations

I joined the British Psychological Society and the University of Salford in Media City for a day conference entitled "Feminism and Social Media", here's an overview. 

Girls, Geeks and Crowdsourced Cake

I wrote for the Linux Voice magazine about the Girl Geeks Movement and our recent conference. 

Guest Article for Linux Voice Magazine

Liz was recently asked to write an article for Linux Voice. A new on the shelves magazine, written by and for the open source and Linux community.

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