Fresh initiative to put more women in senior tech roles

Project is being driven by recruitment firm Harvey Nash

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
31st July, 2016
Helen Ryan ODea, independent IT consultant, with Jackie Glynn, head of portfolio management at 3 Ireland and Sonya Curley, managing director of Harvey Nash IrelandMaura Hickey

A new initiative to increase the number of women in senior roles in tech companies has been rolled out in Ireland.

The Attract Retain Advance project, which is adopted from a similar model in the US, is designed to create more role models to get young women into the tech sector.

The project is being driven by recruitment firm Harvey Nash, with a number of Irish women in tech also involved.

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