Inlight, a digital product agency, has partnered with Girls In Tech Australia (GIT), a non-profit organisation championing the engagement, education and empowerment of women and girls passionate about technology.
Inlight will sponsor and host a number of events to help women working in tech as part of the partnership.
“We’re immensely proud to align with Girls In Tech Australia. This partnership underscores our ongoing commitment to championing gender diversity within the tech industry. Together, we envision a future where women in tech are celebrated, supported, and inspired at every step of their journey,” said Steph Webster, (lead image), chief commercial officer at Inlight.
“We are thrilled to embark on this journey with Inlight,” said Renece Brewster, co-managing director of Girls in Tech Australia. “This partnership amplifies our collective efforts to create a more inclusive technology ecosystem and provide women with the opportunities they deserve. Together, we aim to break down barriers, shatter stereotypes, and pave the way for a brighter future for women in tech”.
Upcoming Inlight and GIT events to be held in Melbourne will include:
- Career Kickstart – February 2024: This interactive event, designed to connect GIT’s vast community with forward-thinking companies, will be a fantastic opportunity for attendees to learn more about potential employers. Inlight’s team members will be present throughout, ready to engage with potential candidates, developers, and other industry professionals to provide deeper insights into the company’s vision and culture.
- #Powerskills Panel – May 2024: An event focused on industry discussions, with GIT’s Co-Managing Director, Renece Brewster, set to moderate. The panel will delve into prevalent trends witnessed across businesses and explore strategies to retain senior women in leadership roles.
Both Inlight and GIT are enthusiastic about this collaboration’s potential and are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive tech workforce.
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