We are delighted to announce that Kate Russell, BBC Click Presenter, will be speaking at the first Warwick Congress next month. Kate will be addressing Technology from the Politics perspective.
Kate Russel, BBC Click Presenter
Kate Russell, BBC Click Presenter, Technology Expert and Reporter.
Well regarded as one of the UK’s leading technology and social media enthusiasts, Kate Russell has been a leading presenter on BBC’s ‘Click’ for more than 10 years. A regular on the sofa at ITV’s Daybreak, and a past presenter on CNBC Europe, Kate has proved to be a prominent voice in the UK on internet and new technological trends.
An avid writer, Kate started writing about technology and the Internet in 1995 and also writes columns for National Geographic Traveller Magazine and BBC Focus. She is also the author of two books; ‘Working the Cloud’, a business book about the internet and ‘Elite: Mostly Harmless’.
A past winner at the UK Blog Awards, Kate is an avid user of Twitter and Google+ and remains a powerful voice at conferences across the UK. Particularly concerned about the lack of women studying and working in Technology, Kate guides policy decisions regarding the governance of the internet. Technology is now one of the single biggest factors in the world of work. Nations now compete in a global race to deliver innovative solutions to global problems, and we can’t wait to hear Kate’s talk on how she sees the future of technology and politics evolving.
We can’t wait to welcome Kate to the inaugural Warwick Congress 2017!
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