Dr. Sue Black
Academic and social entrepreneur, Sue Black
Sue Black is one of Europe's 50 leading technology women, an award winning informant, radical thinker and social entrepreneur. She is known to have started and run the campaign to save Bletchley Park, the former top secret area with UK codeclocks during World War II, through social media.
For the past 20 years, Sue has worked for more women in technology. She has founded #techmums, a social enterprise that helps mothers and their families through technology. In addition to being nominated for the OBE and sitting in the government's digital services council, in 2017, Sue received the award Social Impact ABIE during Grace Hopper Celebration (the world's largest collection of female technologists).
Sue is also a graduate with more than 20 years of experience, over 40 publications and a doctorate as a software engineer.