Nelly has been distinguished as the first on the list of top 50 women on the speaker circuit by The Drum Magazine.

In 2017, the Dots’ founder Pip Jamieson spoke at more than 50 panels, talks and events and she found that while speaker line-ups were becoming more gender diverse in general, all too often she was in the minority or sometimes even the ‘token woman’.

The Drum Magazine article is shining a light on 50 women the tech conference – and any conference – would be lucky to host on its panels -rising stars and stalwarts who never cease to keep their talks fresh and engaging, no matter how many times they are booked.

Nelly’s been listed next to an impressive line-up of female powerhouses including Otegha Uwagba, founder of Women Who and author of Little Black Book, Beatie Wolfe, singer-songwriter and innovator, Nishma Robb, marketing director of Google and many many more.

You can read the whole article and find the full list of the top 50 female speakers here

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