Let's talk about women in STEM

Get insights from our roundtable

Women are still underrepresented in STEM fields. Why is that? Who are the women choosing a career in STEM? What can be done to attract more young girls and women? Our high-profile panelists share their insights on those key topics during four inspiring conversations.

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Meet our panelists

"Women are good at demystifying IT"

There are many roads to a career in tech. From schools encouraging STEM studies to highlighting the prevalence of technology in our daily lives, our high-profile panelists discussed how to attract more young girls and women to the field. 

They also stressed the importance of diversity in companies to boost team performance and enhance their ability to tackle today's complex technological challenges. 

"A Jedi—growth—mindset to work in ICT"

The tech sector is evolving and growing rapidly, which requires having the right attitude and skills.                                                                                                           

Our panel of high-profile women not only shared their insights into the changes they have witnessed, but stressed that a Jedi—growth—mindset, being curious, and willing to learn are key skills to grow in the STEM sector.                               

They also explored what companies still need to do to support their female STEM talent. 

"Everyone needs a mentor"

An eye for detail, a can-do mentality, persistence, creativity, flexibility. Those are just a few of the qualities our panelists discussed as being important for a STEM career. 

They also looked back on the role models who impacted their career and shared some of their key learnings. 

"Our impact goes far beyond technology"

Our panelists detailed some of their career-defining moments and how they found their purpose in tech.

They discussed the importance of making an impact on your team and society to grow together by explaining their passion projects and what is the driving force pushing them to make a change.  


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