hatch judges, mentors & speakers

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Paul Shepheard

Head of Development Engineering at Deutsche Bank

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MARK JACKSON

Special Projects Manager, Shell

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CLAIRE DONALD

Director of Agile Delivery Coaching at MOO

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Kerry nickols

Project manager, deutsche bank

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Donna Cummings

Senior Resourcing Adviser , Accenture

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NIKI BEATTIE

Non-Executive Chairman of XTX Markets, CEO of Market Structure Partners’

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Claudia Coppenolle

Head of Digital Market Management, CCM, Deutsche Bank

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SAMI TUOHINO

AGILE DELIVERY COACH, MOO

VP Engineering at Finimize.com

Matt Dalton

VP Engineering at Finimize.com

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Daniel Wright

Software Engineer, Accenture

OLI JOHN

HEAD OF I.T. INFRASTRUCTURE, XTX MARKETS

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Dilara Okci

FX Trading Developer at Deutsche Bank

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NINA MOHANTY

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, BUD

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Alex Haumer

TeacheR, LE wAGON

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Sudan Furbert

Recruiting Analyst, Accenture

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Paul mcDonald

Assistant Vice Presidnent Community Manager, Deutsche bank

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Samantha Moody

Global Head of Engagement, Agile Services at Deutsche Bank

Radina Kalpakova

Software engineer, Snapchat

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Leonardo Percival

lEAD Teacher, Le Wagon

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bianca sabatini

Senior Early Talent Recruiter at Accenture

 
 

hatch Overview

 

Hailed as 'the best hackathon I've ever attended', Hatch London kicked off in November 2017.

100 student hackers and 20 mentors from leading tech companies joined forces at the Ministry of Justice in London, to solve real world problems at the Hatch London event.

Alongside a diverse group of companies, including DeepMind, XTX Markets, and Vodafone, students worked together to develop tech-driven solutions that create a positive social impact.

400 students UK-wide applied to attend the event. The successful hackers represented 28+ universities UK-wide and the final 100 were chosen to ensure we achieved maximum diversity in degree disciplines, genders and technical abilities.

During the 2 day hack, delegates were given access to some of SheCanCode's diverse pool of mentors. Ranging from software engineers from the public sector and FTSE250 companies, to leaders at some of London’s fastest growing startups like Stripe and Starling Bank

“We're excited to experience leading tech companies putting diversity + social impact on the agenda under our roof this weekend.” Usmain Javaid, Head of IoT Customer Solution, Vodafone

 

hatch 2017