Dr Sue Black
Dr Sue Black is an award-winning computer scientist, radical thinker and passionate social entrepreneur who excels at bringing people together to solve complex issues. She's a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, an associate at DSRPTN (an all female technology and digital consultancy) and a mentor at Google campus for mums. Sue is a champion for women in computing, and founder of #techmums, a social enterprise which aims to empower mums and their families through technology. Sue is well known for her successful online and offline campaigning and activism around digital social inclusion and saving Bletchley Park. Sue is a frequent public speaker, a social media-holic, mum of four and soon to be grandmother.