Women in Tech Breakfast Series

Join us to hear inspiring stories from women in tech and network with others who are passionate about helping more women into tech careers.

What's it all about?

Join us for our ever popular annual Women in Tech breakfast series! 

This year the series is going regional and we’ll focus on how we can build capacity in the tech sector, especially by promoting diversity.

Each event will feature three inspiring women who will tell us their stories about what drew them into tech and how we can improve that pathway for other women. 

You’ll also have the chance to network with other tech professionals who are passionate about helping more women into tech careers. 

We especially welcome young people interested in a future career in tech – role models, breakfast and coffee provided!


This event is part of a series; click on the date below for more information. 

21 May at The Settlement Porirua

22 May at Deloitte, Wellington City

You can drop into this event at any time.

The Settlement Petone, 4 Jackson St, Petone, Lower Hutt

Thursday 23 May
7:00am - 8:30am

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Dr Jo Cribb

Consultant and expert in diversity and future of work

Jo was the previous Chief Executive of the Ministry for Women and the Deputy Children's Commissioner. She is the co-author of 'Don't Worry About the Robots: How to Survive and Thrive in the New World of Work' which provides an accessible synthesis of the trends in technology that are impacting on work and practical tools for future-proofing careers.

Malaya Raihania

Malaya is a Year 13 student at Taita College and a recipient of the KIa Ora Hauora champion scholarship. She is an alumna of the 2018 Innovative Young Minds programme and the 2019 IYM Silicon Valley programme.

Krissy Sadler-Bridge

NZ Marketing Manager, MYOB

Krissy is based in Christchurch and heads up MYOB’s marketing team in New Zealand. She has more than 12 years’ experience developing and executing marketing campaigns across traditional and digital platforms. She will discuss MYOB's Women in Tech annual report.

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