QBE CIO Ceri Stokoe to judge women in tech awards

QBE CIO Ceri Stokoe to judge women in tech awards

 August 10, 2022

QBE European Operations understands the value of a diverse workforce and believes diversity and inclusion are essential for a strong, successful company. 

QBE forges an inclusive working environment that is welcoming and fair - and recruiting women in tech into this culture is key.

An accomplished technology leader herself, Chief Information Officer for QBE Insurance Group’s European Operations, Ceri Stokoe, is announced as a judge at the Tech Women 100 Awards.

An inspirational woman 

Ceri has over 20 years’ experience in a variety of technology roles, from programming through to delivering IT transformation and modernisation programmes, managing large scale IT operations, delivering strategic change, and successfully building customer and vendor relationships.

Ceri is a previous winner of the British Computer Society Inspirational Leader Award.

She is passionate about inclusivity and encouraging collaboration and diversity of thought and strives to create a positive environment that promotes delivery of successful solutions that enable and protect businesses, as well as building a sense of achievement in her teams.

A successful woman returner 

Ceri has two extremely logical daughters and is a returner to the workforce following a career break. She champions women in tech initiatives across her business, aims to be a role model for flexible working, and promotes the amazing variety of roles within the tech industry including for those following a less traditional career path.

Secure a role as a woman in tech with QBE European Operations 

QBE European Operations wants its employees to enjoy the benefits of an inspiring future.

The company seeks out people with a diverse range of skills, backgrounds, experience, perspectives and ambition.

Join them.


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