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Harriet Stone

Speaker's Biography

Harriet Stone
- Rheolwr Newid Busnes, Gwasanaeth Gwybodeg GIG Cymru

Ar hyn o bryd Harriet yw Rheolwr Newid Busnes Gwybodeg GIG Cymru (Trawsnewid Gwasanaeth). Mae hi wedi bod yn y swydd ers ychydig dros dair blynedd ac mae'n gyfrifol am dîm o Hwyluswyr Newid Busnes a Swyddogion e-Ddysgu sy'n defnyddio ar lefel y ddaear cyn, yn ystod, ac ar ôl gweithredu systemau digidol, gan helpu sefydliadau'r GIG i drosglwyddo i ffyrdd newydd o weithio.

Cyn hyn bu’n gweithio i Tata Steel fel Asiant Newid ar gyfer setiau meddwl ac ymddygiadau a llais llif gwaith y cwsmer. Gweithiodd gydag asiantau newid lleol i gyflawni gwelliannau gwasanaeth gwerth uchel i ‘gyflawni ein dyfodol’… diwydiant dur cynaliadwy i Gymru - gyda tharged o £ 300 miliwn mewn arbedion.

From: April 1, 2020, 6 p.m.
To: April 1, 2020, 8 p.m.
Location: Swansea University, Singleton Campus, Margam Building, 2nd Floor, CoSMOS, Technocamps, CoSMOS (College of Science Margam Outreach Space)

Dealing in Digital Change

You are invited to our next Networking event for Women.

Date: 1st April 2020

Venue: Technocamps Headquarters, CoSMOS, 2nd Floor, Margam Building, Swansea University Singleton Campus, Swansea SA2 8PP

The Event is open to women from any professional background, especially those who have a keen interest in technology and wish to learn from other inspirational women within the technology sector.

Our aim is to bring together like-minded women to build strong and supportive networks.

We are delighted to have lined up two special guest speakers:

Harriet Stone
- Business Change Manager, NHS Wales Informatics Service

Harriet is currently the NHS Wales Informatics Business Change Manager (Service Transformation). She has been in post for just over three years and is responsible for a team of Business Change Facilitators and eLearning Officers who deploy at ground level pre, during, and post digital system implementations, helping NHS organisations transition to new ways of working.

Prior to this she worked for Tata Steel as a Change Agent for the mind-sets and behaviours & voice of the customer workstream. She worked with local change agents to deliver high value service improvements to ‘deliver our future’ … a sustainable steel industry for Wales – with a target of £300 million in savings.

Jade Evans
- Starling Bank

Jade has held a variety of roles in both the Finance and Digital sectors specialising in Business Development and Account Management. She joined Starling Bank last year as they expand their online-banking services into Wales and open a new Cardiff office. Starling Bank was founded by Anne Boden, a Welsh native, in 2014 and the app was launched to the public in 2017. Since then it has grown a customer base of over 1 million people, offering both personal and business accounts. As the new Starling Advocate for Wales, Jade is on a mission to inform and educate Welsh businesses about their business banking options.

Having grown up, studied and built her career in Wales, Jade is exceptionally passionate about increasing the capability and visibility of the region in the UK and beyond. She believes allowing our Welsh businesses to thrive is key to this. Additionally, in her spare time she collaborates with schools and Universities to encourage the future generations, especially girls, to be inspired by roles in tech here in Wales so we can retain and attract fantastic talent.


6 pm: Arrival & Refreshments

6.30pm: Talks and Discussion

7.30pm: Further networking

8 pm: Close

Technocamps is working in association with Women in Tech Cymru, supporting Women on their career pathways.

Contact: Rasa Mombeini (Email: - Telephone: 01792518591



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