In March this year, details of a new DWP Digital programme, Digital Voices, landed in our inboxes.
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Hi, I'm Natalie the Product Owner for Bereavement Support Payments. I recently joined DWP and the Product Owner profession following my decision to change career.
DWP Digital's Women in Digital event on 20 June features breakout sessions on a wide variety of important topics to increasing inclusion for all in the digital sector, including Suzie Lewis, managing director of Transform For Value. In this guest …
DWP Digital’s Digital Voices programme is helping women in the organisation build their confidence, learn digital skills and grow their networks. In this blog post, four of the Digital Voices explain why they’re taking part and what they’re getting out …
It’s Mental Health Awareness week (14-20 May) and this year the theme is ‘Stress – are we coping?’ Stress – are we coping? In our Sheffield hub we have a Mental Health Wellbeing group to promote and protect mental health …
I’m not all that confident when it comes to speaking out, but I feel that I’m on a learning curve to improve my communication and technical skills, and have lots to share with others.
We're very proud that Sue Griffin, Head of User Support Services at DWP Digital, has made this year's Digital Leaders 100 list. Find out more about her role and what motivates her.
We want more women in DWP Digital to be confident at presenting, taking a lead role at an event or meeting and telling their own story, and ours, using modern digital techniques.
I’m Ozma, the DWP Gender Diversity lead in DWP Digital and I’m looking forward to working on this year’s ‘#PressforProgress’ International Women’s Day campaign.
I’m Angie Tailby, an Archivist in the DWP Research Library, DWP Digital. I’ve been looking through the archives in celebration of the centenary of the women’s suffrage movement.