Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE
Computer scientist, mathematician and social entrepreneur
Computer scientist, mathematician and social entrepreneur Anne-Marie Imafidon inspires women to study and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths. Since becoming one of Oxford University's youngest graduates, she has worked across a range of industries and founded the Stemettes, a social enterprise dedicated to bringing girls and young women to STEM subjects. She now hosts the Evening Standard's Women Tech Charge podcast, and comments on technology, the changing nature of work, and the challenges both present to business and society. Anne-Marie has served on the board of DCMS's Digital Skills Partnership and is a trustee for the Institute of the Future of Work. She has been featured as one of the top ten BAME leaders in tech by the Financial Times, and the most influential woman in UK tech by Computer Weekly.