15-16 October 2020CCD, Dublin
6-7 September, 2018ICC Sydney, Australia
Distinguished Engineer @ Fujitsu
Managing Director @ Girls in Tech
Global Lead of UX Design Labs @ McKesson
Dr Andrea Johnson
Senior Director @ Workhuman
Consultant @ Oxford Insights
Anne Marie Neatham
Chief Operating Officer @ Ocado Technology
Delivery Manager, AI & Virtual Assistant @ Versus Arthritis
Senior Digital Content Editor @ Versus Arthritis
Head of CRO, Analytics and UX @ Wolfgang Digital
Founder/CEO /Investor @ Global Policy house
Caragh O’Carroll, Distinguished Engineer, has a keen interest in data strategy and the potential of data-centric companies. She focuses on transformation through combining business challenges with technology solutions for both managed services clients and new customers. Caragh is passionate about co-creating and articulating how technology can improve and change our working and daily lives in this age of rapid digital transformation. With a background in engineering, operations, product management and partner management, she has insights into many business challenges and opportunities. She has presented widely on GDPR and also recently on Artificial Intelligence in London.
Coral Movasseli is the Managing Director of Girls in Tech Dublin (GITD), a dedicated platform for women-in-tech and entrepreneurs. She created GITD in 2016 and it has since grown to be the largest organization of its kind in the country. Passionate about making an impact in the world, Coral started her career on route to becoming a Canadian diplomat. After completing her Masters of Science at the London School of Economics, her trajectory moved her to advising large private equity funds in London. A techie problem solver at heart, Coral co-founded a mobile transit app for Toronto’s transportation system to remove friction points for users. On weekends you can find her lifting an Olympic barbell and baking sourdough loaves.
Maébh is a design thinking pioneer. She has worked for twenty years developing meaningful design strategies in both start-ups and large multinationals. As Global Lead of UX Design Labs for McKesson, she heads up a new global multidisciplinary team and is responsible for strategy, user research, product innovation, service design all things user experience. Driven by a passion for problem solving, Maébh brings a diverse skillset to her role and is empowering her team to deliver business value across the organisation.
Andrea is a thought-leader and disruptor, passionate about bringing others into focus, sponsoring and mentoring all kinds of humans, to ensure they do the best work of their lives! Committed to advancing Women in STEM, through initiatives such as TeenTurn and Reboot and an Executive Board Member of Women in Technology Science Ireland (WITS).
Scarlet works as a consultant at Oxford Insights. Her key work examines the gender implications of AI and the effect of AI on the future of education. She has worked on a number of projects including advising local government on a data ethics framework. She presented at UNESCO’s 2019 Mobile Learning Week in Paris and UNESCO’s 2019 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education 2019. Scarlet holds a Master's in Middle East and Islam and International Affairs
Anne Marie Neatham is chief operating officer (COO) at Ocado Technology, the technical arm of Ocado. Anne Marie leads the creation and organisational development of Ocado Technology’s centres in UK, Poland, Barcelona and Sofia.
She completed a BSc in Computer Science at University College Cork before starting work as a software engineer and has worked in various technical roles in Ireland, the US, Germany and the UK. Anne Marie joined Ocado in 2001, to lead the development of early in-house support applications and has since taken on a variety of technical leadership roles across the organisation, as well as opening Ocado’s first offshore development centre in Krakow Poland.
She was appointed Chief Operating Officer at Ocado Technology in 2014, looking after infrastructure and operations, organisational development, and general management. She led Ocado’s Code for Life initiative, now used by over 160K children, a free and comprehensive teaching resource for coding in primary schools.
She has been listed as one of the UK’s Top 100 women to watch 2018 by Cranfield University, and has been included in Computer Weekly’s 2018 Top 50 most influential women in IT.
Ellen started exploring chatbots and artificial intelligence three years ago, using IBM Watson. Since, she has worked with specialists to build out orchestration layers for multi-channel and multi-input chatbots with business logic, built up a hugely successful customer service chatbot with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, and is now working with Versus Arthritis to evolve their AI programme and strategy.
Danni Coxon-Smith is the Senior Digital Content Editor at Versus Arthritis. She has worked on the founding project of their AI programme, the AVA chatbot, since its inception, and leads IBM and subject matter experts to design, analyse and improve conversation while focusing on supporting people with arthritis
Zonja Bailey is head of CRO and UX in Wolfgang Digital. She has over 17 years experience working as a conversion rate optimisation and UX advisor for a range of clients in the retail, travel, hotel and health industry.
She is passionate about human centered design, improving online customer experience, and helping businesses and users streamline mobile experience for websites and apps
Michelle Chivunga Nsanzumuco has vast experience in designing government policy frameworks; analysing corporate finance packages and sourcing investments for global projects. Michelle is also recognised worldwide as a digital transformation/ blockchain professional and major influencer with access to an extensive network of global stakeholders in the digital economy and financing space. Since her first engagement relating to the digital economy/cryptocurrency in 2009, Michelle has been leading in evaluating the growth of the digital economy and potential of emerging technologies such as Blockchain/DLT, AI, Quantum computing, Big Data and others and their impact advising corporates, governments, SMEs and many others across the world. Michelle previously worked for the British Bankers Association (now UK Finance) managing a range of corporate financing projects working with many global senior stakeholders - mainly with governments, business leaders and development institutions. Michelle has had engagement with groups such as the African Union, OECD, Commonwealth, World Bank, World Trade organization, International Chambers of Commerce, European Banking Federation,Financial Conduct Authority.
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