11 of the most inspiring women in tech today

We're highlights some of the most inspiring women working in the technology industry who not only fly their own flag, but fly the flag for equality generally. (image credit: Amali de Alwis)
Founder Pip Jamieson doesn’t just campaign for more balanced and mixed communities, she practices what she preaches. (image credit: Pip Jamieson)
Dr Black OBE is well known for her work campaigning to save Bletchley Park, but she is also an avid campaigner for women’s rights, social equality and more. (image credit: Dr Sue Black OBE)
Former CEO of Code First: Girls, Alwis helped deliver free tech education to women and now is Managing Director at Microsoft for Startups in the UK. (image credit: Amali de Alwis)
Founder of Blossom Capital, an early-stage VC fund set up to bring a fresh approach to investing in tech startups by placing a focus on the founders themselves. (image credit: Ophelia Brown)
Denham played a pivotal role in the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which is responsible for keeping you and your data safe and respected. (image credit: Elizabeth Denham CBE)
Open Bionics was formed to revolutionise healthcare through the use of 3D scanning and 3D printing. (image credit: Samantha Payne)
Elizabeth’s team works with corporates to help them with innovation culture and offers free business growth support to underrepresented founders in tech. (image credit: Elizabeth Varley)
Anne-Marie Imafidon has dedicated her life to inspiring and building up the pipeline of young women going into STEM. (image credit: Anne-Marie Imafidon)
Starling Bank has grown to become the best British bank and best current account provider at the British Bank Awards for the past two years running. (image credit: Anne Boden MBE)
Notably, Syrona also offers a pregnancy-test like device which lets women check for cervical cancer from the comfort of their own home.  (image credit: syronahealth)
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