Sheree is listed as one of the Most Influential Women in UK Tech, recognised by Computer Weekly as one of 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2020 and is an international multi-award winner for her services to Diversity & Inclusion in the industry. She is currently an Advisory Board Member for Women Who Code, a Forbes contributor, and has written “Demanding More”, a book on why Diversity and Inclusion doesn’t happen and what you can do about it (now available for preorder).
For many years Sheree has worked with companies such as challenger bank Monzo and Big Four accountancy firm Deloitte to provide leadership and training to C-suite and leadership teams, and develop fully-formed, focused diversity and inclusion strategies.
As a passionate advocate for women joining and remaining in the tech industry, she launched and led the award-winning U.K. expansion of Women Who Code. In 2019, Sheree was named Queen’s University Belfast Graduate of the Year, and was included in the Financial Times’ Top 100 BAME Leaders influencing the tech sector.
Sheree, whose inspirational work has been featured in numerous publications, aims to make certain that all humans are able to benefit from fantastic opportunities, and reach their full career potential.