Beata Jarosz is a co-founder of Future Collars, an innovative school of online programming and digital competences, honored by My Company Polska as one of the 25 best Polish startups. Her impact on business and economy has been recognized by Forbes Women, which placed her on the list of the 100 most influential women. Beata is actively involved in social campaigns, such as “Women in IT Career Day” and “Women Update”, which promote the participation of women in the technology sector and the development of digital competences. For over 25 years she worked at the Warsaw Stock Exchange, where she was the vice-president and had a key role in creating the stock and debt securities market. Beata Jarosz is a true inspiration for other women, proving that determination, knowledge and commitment can bring success both in business and in the technology community.