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  • Amali de Alwis

    CEO

    Code First: Girls

    ​​Amali is CEO of Code First: Girls, a social enterprise who work with companies and women to increase the proportions of women in tech and entrepreneurship. They do this by running free​ ​coding courses for young women and paid courses at companies for men and women​​, by advising companies on tech talent processes and policy, and by running a community of​ ​4000 women who are interested in tech. Over the past 3 years they’ve provided £1.5 million worth of free tech education, and taught 2500+ women how to code. They are the largest provider of free in person coding courses for women in the UK. Amali previously worked as a consultant at PwC, which included a secondment to the World Economic Forum. Prior to this she was a senior research and strategy consultant at TNS Global. Outside of the day job, she is a Commissioner on the Doncaster Skills and Education Commission, a small business mentor through Start-up direct and CommonwealthFirst, a Tech London Advocate, and a fellow at the RSA.

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