Sue Black is founder of Techmums, a social enterprise aiming to give mothers the confidence, skills and understanding they need to ensure they and their children can make the most of technology. She was recently appointed as a judge for the 2015 L'Oreal-Unesco For Women in Science Fellowship. Black has been widely acclaimed for her role in campaigning to save Bletchley Park, the home of the UK’s secret codebreakers in the Second World War. She founded BCSWomen in 2001, which now has more than 1,200 members. She was formerly a senior research associate in the department of computer science at University College London.