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Jennifer Opal is a
multi-award winning DevOps Engineer, Technologist, Technical Blogger, Keynote Speaker & Neurodiversity & Inclusion Advocate based in the UK.

LEARN ABOUT ME: As mentioned above, Jennifer Opal wears many hats including sitting on the Co-Production Board of a charity, 'Neurodiversity In Business' as well as being the Founder of The Opal Blog; a platform that has gained recognition for its human stories on her experience of being a black, neurodivergent woman in the technology industry.

She also writes content focusing on technologies within DevOps & neurodiversity in an effort to educate those interested in learning about DevOps as well as those wanting to learn about neurodiversity & inclusion within the tech space as well as outside of it.

WINS & RECOGNITIONS: She was the winner of the Tech Women 100 Awards 2020 & the Rising Star Award at the Black Tech Achievements Awards 2020.

Along with this, Jennifer has gained multiple nominations & recognitions such as being named as one of the Most Influential Women In Tech by ComputerWeekly.com in 2019, 2020 & 2021 & nominated for the Rising Technologist Award 2020 for Booking.com's Technologist Playmaker Awards 2020.

She has been featured in Refinery29, The Guardian, BBC News, Silicon Republic & more.

Jennifer co-authored a book called 'The Voices In The Shadow'; a book that showcases 51 stories of black women in tech, including her own. The book is being distributed in schools across the UK & Ireland as well as being sold globally.

FEATURES & CLIENTS: As a Keynote Speaker, Jennifer has worked with Bloomberg, Google, HackaJob, Coding Black Females, Code First: Girls & WeAreTechWomen to name a few.

Click below to discover articles on my platform focusing on tech career topics, neurodiversity, inclusion & more:

Here are just some of my previous clients I've worked with & publications I've been featured by:

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The Google Logo.
The Code First: Girls Logo.
The Coding Black Females logo.
The Hack A Job Logo.
The logo for the Neurodiversity In Business charity.
The Refinery 29 logo.
The Black Tech Achievement Awards logo.
The British Telecom, B.T. Logo.
The Computer Weekly.com Logo.