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Computer Weekly announces their 2022 Most Influential Women in UK Tech list

Flavilla Fongang, Computer Weekly Most Influential Women in UK Tech List

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Computer Weekly has announced its ‘Most Influential Women in UK Tech list for 2022.

Computer Weekly announced that this year’s winner was Flavilla Fongang, Managing Director, 3 Colours Rule and Founder of TLA Black Women in Tech.

Flavilla is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, an international and multilingual keynote speaker. She is also a neuroscience brand expert covering strategy, design, marketing and customer experience. She is the Founder of 3 Colours Rule, an award-winning branding and marketing agency.

Flavilla was awarded the “She’s Mercedes” businesswoman award by Mercedes Benz among women such as Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook. She is the author of “99 Strategies to get customers”. She is also the founder of Global Tech Advocates – Black Women in Tech, the first, largest organisation of the GTA groups.

In October 2021, she published, “The Voices In The Shadow”, a book that features stories of black women in tech and is distributed to secondary schools for FREE across the UK and Ireland.

The winner of the Most Influential Women in UK Tech was announced at Computer Weekly’s annual diversity in tech event, in partnership with Nash Squared.

Others highlighted in the Top 50 list include Anna Brailsford, CEO, Code First Girls; Sheridan Ash, Technology Innovation Leader, PwC UK; and co-CEO & Founder, Tech She Can; Lopa Patel, Founder, Asians in Tech; and Chair, Diversity UK; Tabitha Goldstaub, Co-Founder, CognitionX; and Chair, Government’s AI Council; and Clare Barclay, CEO, Microsoft UK.

Computer Weekly’s list of Most Influential Women in UK Technology has grown significantly since its launch in 2012, when it was a list of only 25 women. Now in its 11th year, the list features 50 incredible women in tech, and coincides with Computer Weekly’s Hall of Fame list, recognising women for their lifetime contribution to the tech sector.

Back in August, Computer Weekly announced their longlist of nominees, put forward by its readers. The longlist received over 600 nominations and were shortlisted by a panel of judges. The shortlist was then put to a public vote to decide the final 50.

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