Ahsana Nabilah is an innovative Software Developer, strong advocate for women in tech, supportive mentor, energising public speaker and successful tech and beauty blogger. Beyond her day-job responsibilities and Firmwide diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments, Ahsana Nabilah actively engages with the local community by encouraging others to consider a future in technology. She had collaborated with non-profit organisation Hack Pompey to host annual hackathons in Portsmouth, with a focus on increasing representation of minorities within technology. Hack Pompey had welcomed 150+ attendees and conceived projects on a range of themes including gaming, space, and social planning. Most recently, she has teamed with social enterprise Code First Girls as a Coding Instructor to upskill women in the UK in frontend development. Under the self-titled blog, ahsanabilah, her site has amassed 4000+ views and 2000+ visitors worldwide, helping her challenge gender bias in technology, spotlighting that individuals can be feminine and technical, and aiming to inspire the new generation of technologists. Ahsana Nabilah has a degree in BSc (Hons) Computing from the University of Portsmouth, where she was also awarded the School of Computing Prize for the Best Business Solutions project out of the 270+ student body. She was also the valedictorian for her graduating class of 2017, delivering the student speaker speech on behalf of the School of Computing and the School of Education & Childhood Studies. Throughout her degree, she was a proud ambassador for the Faculty of Technology, often participating in University and Departmental Open Day Q&A panels to encourage prospective students and their parents to attend the University of Portsmouth. Furthermore, she was the co-founding member and Vice President of the TEDxUniversityOfPortsmouth society, having victoriously campaigned to the Student Union to ratify the society and securing 170+ members.