Under Emma’s leadership, Accenture were able to make significant progress with the recruitment, progression and retention of women technologists. This success involved implementing a number of programmes to out-perform the estimated c.15% women in the UK talent pool more than two-fold in their recruitment activity. In 2013, Emma was made a fellow of The Chartered Institute for IT. In 2015 and 2016, Emma was named as one of the 50 most influential women in UK IT by Computer Weekly magazine, and was listed in Computer Business Review’s 10 most successful women in UK technology; her other accolades include being the National Women in Business STEM category winner 2016 with Forward Ladies. Emma is regularly in the national media and a regular speaker at industry events from Wonder Women in Tech & the National Digital Conference to most recently appearing at the Salesforce World Tour 2017. Emma is a prominent feature in STEM and she regularly is contacted to act as a mentor within this rapidly growing field. Emma currently serves as a board member of techUK, is an advisory board member of Digital Leaders, and a trustee for the Orchid Project.