Women in Digital are thrilled to announce the launch of the Queensland Government’s Connecting Women in the Workforce webpage with a featured list of professional networks available for women in Queensland to join, including Women in Digital.
Women working in male-dominated or non-traditional fields can sometimes feel isolated and unable to access information and support that’s right for them. To address this challenge, women working across a range of industries have created more than 40 ‘Women In’ networks across multiple industries in Queensland. We are proud to see Women in Digital on this list created by the Queensland Government which is also a proud supporter of the Women in Digital Awards, powering the 2021 and 2022 Digital Workforce: Skills for the Future category. Learn more about the Queensland women’s strategy 2022-27 here.
“Our vision is that Queensland is a place where women and girls have equal rights and equal access to opportunities, and that they are safe, valued and able to freely participate and succeed in the economic, social and cultural opportunities available.” – Queensland Government
View the Queensland Government’s list of professional networks for women here.
Learn more about the Queensland women’s strategy 2022-27 here and if you haven’t already, follow Women in Digital on LinkedIn!