WISE Celebration of Talented Women in Wales 2017
13 March 2017
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On Monday, 13 March, leaders from business, academia and the Welsh Government, joined forces at The Senedd - National Assembly for Wales, to tackle head on the lack of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) in Wales, in the presence of HRH The Princess Royal and Julie James, Minister for Skills and Science.
The WISE Celebration of Talented Women brought together ministers, academics, businesses and schools who are backing the Welsh Government commissioned report to address STEM skills shortages by getting more women and girls into science, technology and engineering.
Talented Women for a Successful Wales was commissioned by Professor Julie Williams, Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales, who chaired a Q&A with industry leaders on the day. See the Women in STEM video they shared below.
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
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"Congratulations to yourself and the team for a fantastic event today. The morning was truly inspirational and there was such high energy in the room, I'm sure it will ensure the push we need in Wales to continue driving change. Having been involved in the development of the Talented Women for a Successful Wales report, I'm very proud it was celebrated at such a prestigious event." Christine Boston, Corporate Policy Lead, City of Cardiff Council