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Diversihub
Less than 20% of the UK Tech workforce is female. 83% of tech executives are white males. Less than 16% of students studying computer science in education and less than 20% of tech staff at Google and Uber are female. There are more people called David & Steve leading FTSE 100 companies than women and ethnic minority groups put together. 
It's time to change things!
 
Diversihub is a curated collection of content to help you start or improve your own journey to great diversity & inclusion in tech. Whether you are an individual wanting to learn how to get more speaking gigs at tech events, a HR professional wanting to drive greater D&I in your organisation or someone that wants to support initiatives on diversity in the industry, this is the place to be.
Diversihub currently provides a directory of initiatives, communities, events, conferences and articles. We will continue to add and improve content but if there is anything missing, you would like to collaborate or you would like us to provide services on D&I advice please get in touch!
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About Me

Natalie is a great account manager, both in terms of overseeing the logistical details of partnerships but the "spirit" of partnership working. She is a great connector, supporting the cause of getting young people into coding, digital making etc and in driving links between the tech industry and Apps for Good. Positive, professional and committed--she is a great person to work with. 

Debbie Forster MBE, CEO Tech Talent Charter

Diversihub is curated by me, Natalie Gray. I have 20+ years experience in business development, tech events  & communities and building new products.  More recently, I have been managing business development and product management for Voxgig, a SaaS tech startup.
 
I have run events in the UK, Ireland and USA and have lived in both the UK and Spain so have a truly international approach to business, people and culture!
I'm a passionate advocate for Diversity & Inclusion in tech and society in general. As Mum to Gil and Annie, I strive to play my part in promoting the benefits of equality in work and try my best to live by my values and demonstrate that remote-working and flexibility by employers can have transformative results for teams and business success.  I am a team leader and moderator for the Tech Talent Charter, diversity advocate at Voxgig and attend and write about D&I at tech events.             
 
Find out more below or on my website and do get in touch if you would like to collaborate.                                                                            
My D&I Content

I love attending events and writing about my experiences. Here is a selection of my recent articles and videos.

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Article
Computer Weekly & Spinks Tech Diversity Event Review​

My review of the annual Computer Weekly and Spinks tech diversity event. The event also announced the Most Influential Woman in Tech 2019!

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Talk
Diversity & Inclusion in Events​

One of my goals this year has been to give a talk in public. This is my talk delivered at Eventprofs London meetup entitled "I want my event to be more diverse, but how??".

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Article
Retraining and returning in tech​

My review of the Tech Talent Charter event I attended in Leeds, UK and key takeaways around retraining and returning programmes to facilitate better diversity & inclusion in tech.

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Article
Event review - ReactJS Girls Conference​

The ReactJS Girls conference took place in London. The focus was on ReactJS where women take the stage.  The event had one of the best opening performances I have seen at a tech conference!

Article
Event review - ReactJS Girls Conference​

The ReactJS Girls conference took place in London. The focus was on ReactJS where women take the stage.  The event had one of the best opening performances I have seen at a tech conference!

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