Technology Evangelist, UK Government Strategic Advisor, Professional Speaker, Author
Named one of the top 50 women in tech in Europe in 2016 Dr Sue Black OBE is an award-winning computer scientist, radical thinker, passionate social entrepreneur and author of "Saving Bletchley Park: how social media saved the home of the codebreakers".
2017 Digital Agenda Editor's award
OBE for services to technology 2016 New Year's Honours
2016 Maserati 100 - social entrepreneurs who give back
2016 City AM top 100 entrepreneurs - number 22
2016 Top 50 women in tech in Europe
A "key voice in an increasingly digital future" The Independent
••• Currently looking for keynote speaking and non-executive director opportunities.
With 20+ years experience in academia Sue is also an accomplished academic manager and research centre director with more than 40 publications and a PhD in software engineering.
Sue is an Honorary Professor in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, an associate at DSRPTN an all female technology and digital consultancy, and a mentor at Google campus for mums. A champion for women in computing, Sue is founder of BCSWomen the UK’s first online network for women in tech, and #techmums, a social enterprise which empower mums and their families through technology.
Sue is well known for her successful online and offline campaigning and activism around digital social inclusion and Saving Bletchley Park. Sue is a frequent public speaker, a social media-holic, mum of four and grandmother of one.
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