June is the Founder of Mums in Technology, the first child-friendly coding school in the UK. She recently made the leap from the Corporate world, after her second maternity leave, where she was a Tech Banker at Silicon Valley Bank working with some of the leading Technology companies in the world. She is also a Mum of 2, a passionate advocate of the rights of Mums, active Mentor and Tech London Advocate.
She has often been described as full of energy and ever the optimist. She hopes to disrupt the perceptions of what Mums can do by providing them with the same opportunities to upskill and engage in the Tech community.
You can find her on twitter @juneangelides and she'll be more than happy to connect.
Yael started her career in the car industry, mainly as a quality assistant but also as an industrial engineer and project manager. She then switched to a position in the print and digital tourism market as Quality and Process engineer. She is a caring and dynamic Programme Manager for Mums in Technology and loves supporting the students! She is obsessed by organisation and planning and a big fan of Japanese animes and war games. Yael is also the mum of two adorable boys.
Virginia is a junior developer, entrepreneur and mum to 2 very wild boys. She learned everything she knows about building the capacity of organisations as a Senior Program Officer for EMpower and as founder of Rising Tide Fair Trade and The Rise. Virginia is a Mums in Tech Alumni and enjoys mentoring fellow graduates and forging new partnerships with like-minded startups. You can find her online at @vcdooley.
Aashna loves numbers and is a big believer in the power of education. She has gone back to London Business School to pursue her MBA after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant. With 8 years of strategic finance and consulting experience behind her, she wants to help fulfil MiT’s mission and switch into a tech-friendly career herself. She is here to be inspired by the participants and the lovely team behind MiT! To find out more about her background, click here.