Posted on 9/08/2017 by Daniel Rennie
(The evening’s guest speakers: From left to right - Dinah Diab - MThree Alumni and MiFID Business Analyst at NatWest Markets; Wendy Hersey, Programme Implementation Manager at RBS; James Gilbert, Head of the CIO Office at RBS; Sehreen Qureshi, MThree Alumni and Business Management Analyst at RBS; Vanessa Murphy, Operational Risk Manager at RBS)
The second event as part of our Diversity Network featured talks from Graduates and Senior Executives from RBS.
(Dinah Diab talking about her career into Technology)
(Sehreen Qureshi on her role at RBS and how taking on more responsibility has been essential for career progression)
(James Gilbert presenting on his career journey and the importance of diversity)
(Vanessa Murphy on the Employee Led Networks (ELNs) at RBS and how they’re working to create a more gender equal workforce.)
(Wendy Hersey discussing the various ways to begin a career in Technology)
(Mishri Amin, Alumni Engagement Manager at MThree Consulting; Fatima Vayani; Lauren Vanner, Alumni Consultant at MThree Consulting)
“An immensely thought provoking & motivational evening hosted by MThree. As a female technologist for over 30 years myself, I was asked to share my career experience.
It is great to see that female Technologists of the future have such events “at their fingertips”. MThree offer a refreshing alternative for people over direct employment in companies. The calibre of past Alumni at RBS (many of whom I have had the pleasure to work with as Part of the RBS Employee Led Network “Women in Technology”) and those I spoke to at the event prove that addressing the diversity gap is a key initiative for MThree” Vanessa Murphy, Operational Risk Manager at RBS
"Thank you MThree Consulting for an incredible #WomeninTech event tonight! It has made myself and others I've spoken with so hyped about our future in Technology!" Fatima Vayani