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If I can do it, so can you!

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Sue Black is an award-winning computer scientist and radical thinker, who brings people together to solve complex issues. She’s a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, is a champion for women in computing – and recently launched Savvify, a social enterprise which aims to empower people through technology. Savvify is currently running #techmums, a program to get mums tech-savvy.

Sue is a frequent public speaker, a social media-holic, and currently writing a book about saving Bletchley Park, where she is a Trustee.

In this talk, Sue will tell us about her career and the challenges she has faced.

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