Here are the links to my socials and some bios of different lengths. Please choose the bio that’s the right length for the space you have.

Personal website: suze.dev
Twitter: twitter.com/SuzeShardlow
LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/SuzeShardlow
GitHub: github.com/SuzeShardlow

Super short bio (<50 words)

Suze Shardlow is a published tech author, event MC and international conference speaker. Currently the head of developer community at Redis, Suze has won awards including Rising Star In Tech 2021, TechWomen100 2020, Women In Software Power List 2020 and was a Women In Tech Excellence Awards 2021 finalist.

Short bio (<100 words)

Suze Shardlow is a published tech author, event MC and international conference speaker. Before retraining as a software engineer, she worked in marketing and management for 20 years in the engineering, technology, law enforcement, education and economic development sectors. Currently the head of developer community at Redis, Suze has won numerous awards including Rising Star In Tech 2021, TechWomen100 2020, Women In Software Power List 2020 and was a finalist in the Women In Tech Excellence Awards 2021. An avid crafter, she also runs 5k and 10k races. You can find Suze online at https://suze.dev .

Medium bio (<200 words)

Suze Shardlow wrote her first line of code as a small child in 1982 and started making websites in 1996. She is a published technical author, coding instructor and public speaker. A familiar face on the tech conference circuit, Suze MCs local and global industry events. Suze has taught coding (UK, USA) and given tech talks (UK, USA, Germany) with her work being cited in academic papers and at major conferences in Britain and overseas. She is passionate about demystifying tech for international audiences through her blog; she also hosts an educational YouTube series interviewing women about tech roles and career progression. Suze has led more than 10000 members in two of the largest software developer groups in London and her community event methodologies have been replicated by tech organisations in Silicon Valley, California. She has designed and delivered public speaking workshops for women in tech around the world. Suze is a multiple tech award winner and is on the Women in Software Power List. An avid crafter, she also runs 5k and 10k races. You can find Suze online at https://suze.dev .