Doniya Soni

Doniya runs the Skills, Talent and Migration programme and Women in Technology programme at techUK. 

Doniya is the 'go to’ person for members and external stakeholders on the latest developments across skills, migration and women in tech. She specialises in digital skills, migration policy, and diversity policy. She is passionate about diversity in the tech sector and increasing female representation in the industry. Additionally, she leads on the effective parliamentary and public affairs engagement across these programmes, working with the Head of Public Affairs.

As part of her role, Doniya coordinates and runs stakeholder and member meetings on the latest issues in skills and diversity. She also undertakes project work including research, writing articles and papers, running campaign activities, and submissions to government consultations.

Prior to joining techUK, Doniya worked at Westbourne Communications as an Account Executive and looked after clients such as LinkedIn, Western Power Distribution, and A4e.

Doniya graduated the University of Exeter with a BA in Economics and Politics, and subsequently received a Master's degree from the London School of Economics in Public Policy & Administration.

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