Women in Technology and Science
IRELAND

What We Do?

Advocating

Advocating for change, speaking with and for women in STEM, developing and improving policy and practice for us all.

Acting

Campaigning and collaborating with other like-minded groups to inform and educate about women’s participation in STEM.

Connecting

Connecting members from students to professionals, from life sciences to engineering, in industry and academia.

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WITS at a Glance

WITS key features: Founded 1990 by Mary Mulvihill science journalist (1959-2015). We aim to recruit, retain, return, revere and remember women in STEM. Our members are of all ages, from STEM... > More

Upcoming

29 Sep 2020

Salary Negotiation Workshops 29 September 2020

WITS and Gendelity are delighted to offer WITS members a discount for this Gendelity online... > More

28 Oct 2020

Future Human 29-30 October 2020

29-30 October 2020 Future Human, Dublin and Online. This is the World's first major Hybrid... > More


Wits Member Profiles

  • Professor Regina Connolly is the first female Professor of Information Systems in Ireland. She has served on the expert eCommerce advisory group for Dublin Chamber of Commerce, which has advised national government on strategic digital transformation. Her work on development of connected health... > Read more

  • Maria Delaney is an award-winning freelance science and health journalist, as well as a passionate science communicator. She was on the WITS Exec for 2.5 years, and chaired the policy sub-committee during the development of the WITS Action Manifesto. She is hoping to help change the gender... > Read more

  • Dr Lara Cutlar is Vice-Chair of WITS. She completed her PhD at UCD in the summer of 2015, and is continuing that work on a non-viral gene therapy for a terrible skin fragility condition, called Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (RDEB). She is project manager at Amryt Pharma and often... > Read more

  • Susan Treacy is a Business Consultant specialising in healthcare and owner of Treacy Healthcare Consulting. Since completing her Masters in Medicine (Biomed. Sci.) in 1998 at Queen’s University she has worked in Pathology laboratories in Ireland and Australia. She then moved into the business... > Read more

  • Mary Carroll is a Business Strategist and Coach, who started her career in design engineering and has held management consulting and senior management roles in engineering and business development. Mary is a former WITS Chair and has also worked for international aid organisations. Since 2010,... > Read more

  • Fardus Sultan is an assistant lecturer in marketing/cyberpsychology, a PhD Candidate-Fiosraigh Scholar, and Co-founder and Director of FarendNet Ltd, an IT consultancy company. Fardus is also a member of the WITS Web Sub-Committee. As a Politics and Arabic graduate from the UCD, a holder of iDTP... > Read more

  • Laura is a PhD student in Trinity College Dublin studying the first stellar explosions and their progenitors as an awardee of the IRC postgraduate research award. Laura is also and a member of the Executive Committee of WITS. A Naughton scholar and graduate of TCD in Physics and Astrophysics,... > Read more

  • Caroline Dowling is a PhD Candidate in Plant Genetics at University College Dublin. She studies the infamous, fascinating plant Cannabis sativa and uses computational and lab techniques to characterise its genome and developmental genes. Her research will facilitate the integration of hemp as a... > Read more

  • Nicola is graduate of Kevin St. (Dip. In Electrical Eng.) and D.C.U. ( B.Sc. in Information Technology) She started her career in Silicon Valley working for a Semiconductor multi-national . She then returned to Ireland working various positions in the Semi-Conductor industry . She has much... > Read more

  • Dr Rebecca O'Neill is the Project Coordinator for Wikimedia Community Ireland. A large portion of her work focuses on improving and strengthening the representation of women on Wikipedia. Having worked in the Natural History Museum for a number of years, she has a particular interest in the... > Read more

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    • Professor Regina Connolly is the first female Professor of Information Systems in Ireland. She has served on the expert eCommerce advisory group for Dublin Chamber of Commerce, which has advised... > Read more

    • Maria Delaney is an award-winning freelance science and health journalist, as well as a passionate science communicator. She was on the WITS Exec for 2.5 years, and chaired the policy... > Read more

    • Dr Lara Cutlar is Vice-Chair of WITS. She completed her PhD at UCD in the summer of 2015, and is continuing that work on a non-viral gene therapy for a terrible skin fragility condition, called... > Read more

    • Susan Treacy is a Business Consultant specialising in healthcare and owner of Treacy Healthcare Consulting. Since completing her Masters in Medicine (Biomed. Sci.) in 1998 at Queen’s University... > Read more

    • Mary Carroll is a Business Strategist and Coach, who started her career in design engineering and has held management consulting and senior management roles in engineering and business... > Read more

    • Fardus Sultan is an assistant lecturer in marketing/cyberpsychology, a PhD Candidate-Fiosraigh Scholar, and Co-founder and Director of FarendNet Ltd, an IT consultancy company. Fardus is also a... > Read more

    • Laura is a PhD student in Trinity College Dublin studying the first stellar explosions and their progenitors as an awardee of the IRC postgraduate research award. Laura is also and a member of the... > Read more

    • Caroline Dowling is a PhD Candidate in Plant Genetics at University College Dublin. She studies the infamous, fascinating plant Cannabis sativa and uses computational and lab techniques to... > Read more

    • Nicola is graduate of Kevin St. (Dip. In Electrical Eng.) and D.C.U. ( B.Sc. in Information Technology) She started her career in Silicon Valley working for a Semiconductor multi-national . She... > Read more

    • Dr Rebecca O'Neill is the Project Coordinator for Wikimedia Community Ireland. A large portion of her work focuses on improving and strengthening the representation of women on Wikipedia. Having... > Read more

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      Inspiring Women Interviews

      Some of our corporate members

      WITS is proud to have the support of the following corporate members: