UKtech50 2018 – The most influential people in UK IT

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10. Amali de Alwis, CEO, Code First: Girls

 Amali de Alwis, is the CEO for coding education initiative Code First: Girls, which teaches women of all backgrounds how to code. De Alwis also acts as a CommonwealthFirst mentor for the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, providing mentorship and encouragement to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).Working to align education, skills and employment, De Alwis is also on the membership committee for working women’s club AllBright, and acts as a mentor for many startups. She was the winner of Computer Weekly’s Most Influential Women in UK IT 2018.

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