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Celebrating International Women’s Day around Justice Digital

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We are celebrating International Women’s Day! Learn what women around the organisation have to say about their experiences here.

Yasmin Jones - Software Developer

I studied forensic science at university but found the transferable skills, attention to detail and methodological thinking I acquired to have been imperative in my developer journey here! I am proud to be a woman in tech working for Justice Digital.

Abby Wade - Operations & Delivery

When I was 16 I worked in a pub for 5 years, working my way up to management. I decided not to go to university in and instead learned everything I could in my role to have the skills to eventually leave. I joined the Civil Service as the Office Manager for the Sheffield Studio back in February 2020 and have not looked back! I am so proud to call myself a woman in tech here at Justice Digital!

Salimah Chowdhury - Business Support Manager

Being a woman in tech to me means breaking stereotypes and increasing influence. It means permeating the female voice and impact through a sector which does not see or hear much of it and filling the gap in the digital world that calls for us.

Sumiti Hamilton - Interaction Designer

When I first began my career as a woman in tech I had no digital art experience. At Justice Digital I was able to use my learning and development allowance for design training. I had a brilliant female mentor and coach who created a plan of learning activities to cover the different skills I would need to learn as an Interaction Designer. My dream career has now become a reality!

As Justice Digital we are always looking for women in tech to join the team. Why not take a look here for our open positions!

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