BCSWomen Feature in Computer Weekly’s List of the Most Influential Women in UK IT | In the News

Seven women who are members of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT are featured in the top 50 list of the Most Influential Women in UK IT 2019. In addition, Maggie Berry who is a BCS Women committee member – has been added to Computer Weekly’s Hall of Fame.

No. 15 – Sarah Burnett, executive vice-president and distinguished analyst, Everest Group; chair, BCS Women

Sarah is the executive vice-president and distinguished analyst at Everest Group, where she uses her skills to lead the group on global service delivery automation research and European practice across its global services research areas.

Before joining Everest Group, Sarah was vice-president of research at Nelson Hall, covering areas such as infrastructure IT outsourcing, cloud, and government business process outsourcing. Burnett is now chair of BCSWomen and in 2017 launched the BCSWomen AI Accelerator.

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