The Voices of Nevertheless

Women speakers you need for your next conference…

Anjali Ramachandran

Over the first season of Nevertheless we’ve spoken to some incredible women innovating in teaching and learning through technology. But despite the number of women forming startups and leading Fortune 500 companies women are still underrepresented on the stages of tech conferences. Not having balanced representation on your stage is not acceptable.

So if you’re looking for a brilliant speaker for your conference you can hear them in conversation in one of our episodes listed below and contact them via their social media profiles. We’ll update this list as the podcast continues. There’s also a great list here.

Episode 5: Coming soon

Sanskriti Dawle (Project Mudra) — Episode 5 (coming soon)

Kanika Bahl (Evidence Action) — Episode 5 (coming soon)

Teodora Berkova (Pearson) — Episode 5 (coming soon)

Diana Nucera (Detroit Community Technology Project — Episode 5 (coming soon)

Episode 4: The Right to Learn

Rebecca Winthrop (Brookings) — Episode 4

Emily Musil Church (X-Prize) — Episode 4

Fathima Dada (Pearson) — Episode 4

Suha Tutunji (Jusoor) — Episode 4

Episode 3: Building The Workplace We Want

Rose Lukin (UCL Knowledge Lab) — Episode 3

Gail Firestein (Pearson) — Episode 3

Malgorzatta Schmidt (Pearson) — Episode 3

Jillian Weiss (Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund) — Episode 3

Elizabeth Buie (Sigma) — Episode 3

Episode 2: TechNuns, DOLs and Erasing Kittens

Bethany Koby (Technology Will Save Us) — Episode 2

Mickey Revenaugh (Pearson) — Episode 2

Shwetal Shah (Erase All Kittens) — Episode 2

Rafranz Davies (Lufkin ISD) — Episode 2

Anjali Ramachandran (Ada’s List/Storythings) — Episode 2

Episode 1: Garbage In. Garbage Out

Dr Sue Black OBE (Saving Bletchley Park) — Episode 1

Joanna Bryson (Bath University) — Episode 1

Jan McSorley (Pearson) — Episode 1

Carissa Romero (Paradigm) — Episode 1

Leigh Alexander (The Guardian) — Episode 1