Alice Little recognised at Women in IT awards
The awards are designed to recognise the most outstanding female talent in the information technology industry.
Alice has played a vital role in CENTURY’s development, leading on the product development process, including translating cognitive neuroscience research into CENTURY.
Alice was named winner of the Rising Star category, recognising the most trailblazing young women in the industry. Winning the category, Alice has demonstrated an exceptionally strong impact while making waves through the business.
Read more about the Computing.co.uk Women in IT Excellence Awards.
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