With a knack for analysis and management, Rohela Raouf began her digital career path as an insight analyst. As her career progressed in the civil service, Rohela continued to challenge herself and left to become a freelance business analyst. Now she uses forefront technology to deliver solutions for her clients.
Meet Natacha Ségala. A self-taught web developer, Natacha has a determination and grit that’s landed her the job she has today. In short - this tale proves that you should never put a limit on what you can do, and never doubt what you can offer. Natacha didn’t. Here’s her #WhereDidYouStart story.
This post is for people in the digital industry; the employers, the employees and the people who are looking to enter the industry. To help, the She Does Digital team have collated ten things that we can all do to #pressforprogress, celebrate International Women’s Day 2018 and encourage more women into our industry.
Public speaking is a major fear for so many people - ranking higher than the fear of heights, clowns, spiders, snakes and, apparently, even death. So why should you put yourself out there and get up on stage? Find out more, along with some top tips for getting started!
We’ve had a good chat with Tanja Lichtensteiger for this #WhereDidYouStart. Tanja may not have a degree, but what she does have is a true understanding and appreciation of apprenticeships - and when this is paired with a passion for tech… well. We don’t think there’s much that could stand in her way. Over to you, Tanja!
We’re heading overseas for our next #wheredidyoustart. Based in Montreal, Marie-Philippe Gill is studying software engineering - but a career in tech wasn’t always an easy choice for her to make. Here, Marie-Philippe takes us through her love of computers and code - and shows just how much of an impact it’s had on her life, as well as her personality. Over to you Marie!
Meet Reema Vadoliya. From getting knee-deep in numbers at university, to graduating into a bit of an unknown field, Reema’s here to show that the learning doesn’t end with a gown and mortar board. In fact, that might just be the beginning. Over to you, Reema!