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Anna Radulovski


Featured in Forbes, Bloomberg TV, Entrepreneur, Fortune, CNET, DW, Anna is a frequent speaker at large tech and business events like WeAreDevelopers World Congress, WEBIT, EBAN Summit, DrupalCon and more. Anna Radulovski is an award-winning entrepreneur, mother, and advocate for diversity in tech. She is the Founder and CEO of WomenTech Network, Board Member at Coding Girls and Executive Women in Tech (EWIT) and Regional Director at Founder Institute. Passionate about building communities, startups, and innovation, Anna is dedicated to creating a more inclusive tech industry that encourages women's success as leaders.

Angelina Buchvarova


Angelina Buchvarova is a Senior Community Marketing Manager at WomenTech Network. She has more than 10 years of experience in the marketing domain and specializes in developing communications strategies for high-growth startups and tech companies. Angelina has a Master's degree in Creative and Media Enterprises from the University of Warwick, UK and a Bachelor's degree in Marketing & Advertising from Lancaster University. She is passionate about helping women succeed in STEM careers, writing and identifying creative ways to promote a diverse, equitable and inclusive tech ecosystem.

Alina Shcherbyna


Alina Shcherbyna is a seasoned professional in the fields of marketing and project management with 10 and 7 years of experience, respectively. Throughout her career, she has developed skills in team building, motivation, and employer branding. She considers her dedication to mentoring and development assistance to be one of her most important attributes, as it has allowed her to help others grow and progress in their professional lives. One of her most fulfilling projects was building the largest female tech community in Ukraine and bringing it to the international market with participants from 13 countries and growing. She lives by the values of equality and diversity and aims to make a positive impact in everything she does. With her experience in managing teams of over 100 people, she feels confident in her ability to lead, motivate, and inspire others to reach their goals.

Helen Orgis


Helen currently works as a Senior Manager at diconium, whilst also acting as a Sidepreneur, providing advice to startups and B2B companies on marketing and go-to-market topics. With a particular passion for Green & IndustryTech, she finds building meaningful partnerships that positively impact people and the environment to be highly enjoyable. Recently, she graduated from the MIT Sloan Executive Program on Corporate Strategy. Balancing her career aspirations with being a mother of twins, she openly shares her personal strategies for successfully managing both responsibilities.

Roja Boina


As an Engineering Senior Advisor, Roja provides data-driven and strategic solutions to customers using Data Engineering tools and technologies like Apache Spark, Python, Databricks, SQL, and BI tools like Tableau on cloud platforms including AWS. Her passion is to dive deep into the ocean of data, extract insights, and use Analytics for social good. She shares the knowledge and experience gained in her learning process through her speaking events and writing for well-known tech blogs. Roja won the Mentor of the Year for 2022 with Women in Data.

Melonie de Guzman


Experienced project manager with over 17 years of experience delivering full-scope projects across global enterprise-level brands in media and web development. Proficient in Project Management and Agile processes, standards, and tools; skilled in leading cross-discipline teams in a remote asynchronous environment. PMI and SAFe certified with excellent verbal and written communication skills. In addition to managing high-performing teams, I am dedicated to mentoring women in technology. I have had the privilege of delivering international keynote speeches and facilitating workshops, furthering knowledge sharing and empowerment on a global scale.

Rebecca Appleton


I'm an award-winning journalist and head of Dakota Digital , a boutique digital PR and copywriting agency.