I am a UX designer, user researcher and front-end web developer, with a particular interest in the impact of digitised public services on minority communities. I've worked on projects with local government councils to improve the accessibility and inclusivity of their services. I've also worked for small to medium-sized charities on content and visual design, information architecture and user research.
When I'm not 'UXing', I like to contribute to open source software and mentor new coders in HTML and CSS. I'm also a co-founder of a tech collective that focuses on tackling problems in the black communities creatively.
Guppi Bola is a social justice organiser working with activists across Europe who are engaged in systems change campaigning. Her work centres around leadership as a strategy for building movements for long-lasting social change. She also critiques and supports organisations wanting to transform their leadership in order to be led by those who are affected by oppression and social injustice. Guppi has ten years experience straddling the NGO - grassroots activism world, as well as working in movement support and training. You can find her at guppibola.com and @guppikb.
Lola Odelola is a poet, software engineer and founder of blackgirl.tech, an organisation that aims to create safe spaces for black girls, women and non-binary people to learn and explore technology.