Sharing knowledge and experiences by public speaking has been a great way of exercising and facing communication challenges. I’ve always tried to speak about topics that I’m passionate about and supporting inclusive conferences that welcome diversity:
- Speaker at T3chFest: “Diseñar con datos, más allá del A/B Testing” / 2019
- Speaker at Opensouthcode: “Analizando la UX con JS” / 2018
- Speaker at WomenTechmakers: “UX for Developers” / 2016
- Speaker at Yes We Tech: ‘UX Mainstream’ / 2016
- Speaker at UXSpain 2014: “Interfaces de Usuario en el ámbito clínico/sanitario” / 2014
- Presentation at “Blog and wikis BlogAUT Conference”. The Week of Science and Technology. Comunidad de Madrid. / 2006
- Integrating ICT in education. Presentation at I Innovative Learning Conference. University of Zamora / 2006
Yes We Tech
As a member of the Yes We Tech community I’ve tried to give visibility to the problem of the lack of women studying computer-related careers, I’ve been interviewed on TV, radio and magazine to talk about women in technology.
- Locas por la codificación – Cosmopolitan (national magazine)
- ‘Feminismo en tecnología’ – Diario de Sevilla (Andalucia’s newspaper)
- Yes We Tech – Conectados RAI (Andalucia’s Radio)
- Mujeres y Tecnología – Tesis Canal Sur (Andalucia’s TV)
J On The Beach
As co-organisers of the J On The Beach, 2017, Yes We Tech created a project to analyse the big and small data around the conference. In this talk (English), I presented the project and share with the audience the results of the work done to promote diversity in the tech conference. Apologies for my accent and grammar mistakes ^^.