FEMIN-ICT’s Final Conference in Technopolis City of Athens

The FEMIN-ICT project recently hosted an illuminating panel discussion on “Equity and Inclusion in Technology,” delving into the challenges faced by the industry and presenting viable solutions. The engaging session, moderated by Stella Kasdagli, Co-founder of Women On Top, brought together experts and professionals passionate about fostering diversity in the tech landscape.

Presentation: Unveiling the Femin-ICT Policy Roadmap Findings

Gabriela Ramírez Rey, the esteemed Project Coordinator of Femin-ICT from Impact Hub Stockholm, took center stage to present the findings of the Femin-ICT Policy Roadmap. As a Journalist, Digital Strategist, and specialist in Gender Equality and DEI, Gabriela provided valuable insights into the roadmap, emphasizing its importance in shaping a more inclusive and equitable future for the tech industry.

Key Speakers in the Panel:

Eleftheria Despinara – Data & AI Principal Director / I&D Lead, Accenture

Eleftheria Despinara, a seasoned Data Scientist with over 13 years of experience, serves as the Principal Director at Accenture’s global innovation center for Data & AI in Athens. Her expertise lies in overseeing complex data analysis projects for clients worldwide. Recently appointed as the Inclusion & Diversity Lead for the Greek office, Eleftheria is dedicated to promoting a culture of equality. Armed with degrees in Applied Mathematics and Natural Sciences and a master’s in Applied Economics and Finance, she continues to make significant contributions to the tech sector.


Zoe Nitsiou – Talent & Development Lead, Deloitte

Bringing over 12 years of HR experience to the table, Zoe Nitsiou spearheads strategies at Deloitte aimed at cultivating a corporate culture centered on feedback, inclusive leadership, and personal and professional development. With a focus on Talent Management, Performance & Engagement, and Learning & Development, Zoe specializes in crafting innovative policies aligned with Deloitte’s global strategy.


Stathis Passios – HRBP Logistics, Service & General Affairs, Plaisio

Stathis Passios, as the HRBP for Logistics, Service, and General Affairs at Plaisio, contributes his expertise to the discussion. His role involves navigating the intersection of HR and various business functions, ensuring a harmonious and inclusive work environment.

The panel discussion and presentation were instrumental in shedding light on the current state of equity and inclusion in the tech sector, laying the groundwork for future initiatives and collaborative efforts. Stay tuned for more updates and insights from the FEMIN-ICT project as we continue to drive positive change in the ICT industry. #TechInclusion #GenderEquality #FEMINICTConference