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Because IT Matters

Thousands of young girls want to “Make The World A Better Place”

We are one of Thousands of Companies Higher Education Institutes Public Sector Partners and Volunteers That can show them how through STEM

IT matters because

  • Expertise in STEM subjects is required to deliver our economic ambition

  • Just 17% of first time entrants to technology courses in universities are women, just 24% in engineering representing no change in 10 years

  • Women make up 50% of the workforce yet less than 25% work in jobs that use STEM skills

  • The world economic forum predict that the top 15 economies will lose 5 million jobs in the next 5 years; these losses will fall disproportionately on women as they are not taking up careers in the new jobs created by STEM if we do nothing.

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Sandra Palles – Operations Manager – CGE Ltd

Ruth Buckley – ICT Director – Cork City Hall

Gillian Keating – Partner – Ronan Daly Jermyn

Caroline O’ Driscoll – Tax Partner – KPMG

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Ann Foley – Lecturer – GMIT – Letterfrack

Aisling Twohill – Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education Organisation / School – DCU

Carol O’ Donovan – President – JCI Cork

Roseanne O’ Leary – STEPS Executive – Engineers Ireland

Renate Murphy – Director – Cameo Communications

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