Dr Sue Black
For twenty years, LSBU alumna Dr Sue Black has worked tirelessly to get more women into technology, inspired by her own life-changing experiences. Her steadfast dedication and innovation earned her an OBE in 2016’s New Year Honours List.
Sue is Senior Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, an associate at all-female digital consultancy Disruption Ltd and a mentor at Google Campus for Mums. She is also the Daily Mirror’s ‘tech agony aunt’ and writes a monthly technology column for The Guardian. She led a successful campaign to save Bletchley Park, and was recently named among Europe’s top 50 most influential women in technology.