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Taking Charge as Women in Technology

Starting from building industry relevant skills, tackling unconscious bias, to building confidence and executive presence, women in technology report multiple challenges that hold them back from enjoying a rewarding career with a healthy work-life balance. How can they take charge, and with organizational support, work toward leveling the playing field, allowing them to blossom as a professional and a leader?

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Sue Robinson

Sue Robinson, Chief Information Officer, Aspen Insurance Group

With over 25 years as a specialist working in the IT Industry, Sue Robinson is the CIO, Head of IT for EMEA & Asia Pacific at Aspen. Sue works in the heart of the London markets, with her experience in IT and financial services spanning... More   View all posts
Mary Kotch

Mary Kotch, Group Chief Information Officer, Aspen Insurance

Mary Kotch was appointed Chief Information Officer in September 2019. Mary has more than 20 years of experience in strategic technology innovation, application shared services, managing a global project management office (PMO), infrastruct... More   View all posts

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