Women in 3D Printing & Women in Immersive Technologies
November 25 2019 | 6PM-9PM
Join us in The Mezzanine for a fun and informal evening of networking, sharing, connecting and exploring how 3D Printing and immersive technology is being used by London’s top female designers. A drinks meet up to connect with and celebrate female designers in UK’s leading Creative industries, VFX studios, Technologists, Researchers, and Academics. Hosted by Kadine James of Hobs 3D and founder of The Immersive Kind Collective, Lucy Wheeler, multidisciplinary tech artist and co-founder of The Immersive Kind Collective, and Alexandra Hussenot, founder & CEO of Immersionn and the UK lead for Women in Immersive Technologies.
Women in 3D Printing is a global organisation dedicated to promoting, supporting, and inspiring women who are using Additive Manufacturing technologies. Their mission is to increase the visibility of women in the Additive Manufacturing industry and encourage more women to use 3D Printing technologies.
Meet the hosts:
Kadine James – Women in 3D Printing
Kadine James is listed as one of the top 100 female tech leaders in the UK. Kadine is the Chair of Women In 3D Printing UK and the Founder of The Immersive Kind Collective.
Lucy Wheeler is a multidisciplinary tech artist and was the Gazell.io July 2019 artist in residence. Lucy is the Co-Founder of The Immersive Kind Collective and supports digital learning at London College of Fashion.
Alexandra Hussenot – Women in Immersive Technologies
Alexandra Hussenot is the CEO & founder of Immersionn, the world’s first VR Discovery Engine and she is also the UK lead for ‘Women in Immersive Technologies’. Prior to this, Alexandra pursued an international business career at insurance firm, Allianz, managing a GBP£80M global business. During her 11 years at Sony she designed and launched new software and service products. She has also lead large scale operations for mobile phone repairs and re-manufacturing.