CW (Cambridge Wireless), in partnership with Homerton Changemakers, 10000 Interns Foundation are pleased to present an exclusive event, with leading speakers from the technology community and institutions, on Driving Black talent access to roles in STEM and creating value for the technology sector.

This exclusive roundtable event is hosted by Lord Simon Woolley, Principal of Homerton College, University of Cambridge, in collaboration with CW (Cambridge Wireless) and 10,000 Interns Foundation.

The discussions will explore significant long-term problems for the tech sector that systemic barriers create – from bias in the products and services that are created, to an inability to fill the millions of specialist tech jobs that are anticipated to be created in the next 10 years.

Technology leaders will explore how we might collaborate and take practical steps to address the level of under representation of Black talent in STEM and share exclusive insights, best practice and practical steps to address inequality of access within the sector.

This event will take place as part of our Inaugural Cambridge Tech week event and is intended as an exclusive roundtable discussion for invited senior representatives of technology companies and institutions.

This is an invitation only event. The event will be facilitated by Olu Orugboh, Vice Chair and Board Member of CW.