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Women's Network at O2

We see the Women's Network as a platform, a resource and a community for like-minded people (regardless of gender, background or race) to be empowered, together. We have a big focus on development, networking, family, inspiration, and health and wellbeing.

What’s more, we're very proud to support Step into STEM. A 7 month mentoring and work insight programme funded and supported by O2, BT, Vodafone and Ericsson to give female students access to professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths sectors.

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"After doing a Blogging ‘master class’ and I mean the term ‘master class’ loosely, I thought I would put fingers to keyboard and write about what having a Women’s Network at O2, means to me. (Also because Vanessa set both me and Claire a challenge to write a blog, and I’m good at challenges so here goes).

What does having a women’s network mean to me? In short, it means support and a unit of men and women who all want to support each other and get the best for each other. Also, I feel represented, which in the industry I work in is a big thing, because in the technology industry female representation is low.

Men and the women’s network

The other thing I love about our Women’s network is there are men in it! This shows the true diversity of the network and that they really are open to anyone being part of it. It is a super open minded network and I like that as well, also, I love the fact so many men open want to support a women’s network and show their support.

Not at all feminist

I’m the first person to admit, I don’t think I’m a feminist, yes I’m all for equality, but that’s because I think everyone from all works of life and all different backgrounds, genders, industries, jobs etc should be treated fairly and that is literally that the women’s network wants, for everyone to be treated the same and have the same amount of support.

To sum everything up, the Women Network at O2, makes me feel like I have an identity and that I can be part of a bigger network, who supports both men and women. Plus, they open up many doors and many different opportunities for people to be able to get involved with. So, I’m very proud to be part of the Women’s Network and I’m very proud of the fact O2 has one"

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