With 45% of team members at Dynamic Planner being women, we are truly inspiring inclusion. For International Women’s Day 2024, we asked three women what embracing equity means to them. This is what they said.

Kate Gower, Product Owner

“At Dynamic Planner, International Women’s Day isn’t just a celebration, it’s a daily practice. From promoting female leadership within our teams to implementing flexible work arrangements that support work-life balance for working parents, I feel both empowered and appreciated.”


Natali Gilmour, Partner Integration Manager

“Having worked in what is historically viewed a male dominated industry for over 27 years in a variety of roles in FinTech, at Dynamic Planner I am part of a mostly female technology team who as individuals have grown up in different parts of the world – its a privilege learning from women from all different backgrounds and cultures.

“I am immensely proud of what women continue to achieve within business and for many, working remotely and balancing a busy home and family life. Today, the 8th March is an important day for more than one reason as my son was stillborn 14 years ago and I am now training to be a SANDS Befriender to help bereaved parents of all cultures navigate what is one of the most tragic events. I am immensely proud of what I have achieved, the knowledge and career I have, and how my opinion is valued by others within the business, and when speaking to Partners and clients.”


Emma Dodd, Junior Developer

“Currently software development is a stereotypically male profession, but it wasn’t always the case. Many early computer programmers were women (Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, the ENIAC programmers) and this was once a female dominated industry. To encourage women into this career path again, we need to #InspireInclusion.

“We need visible role models, especially at senior levels, so that women can see that this is a successful career path. We need to provide opportunities for women to learn the skills they need to succeed, at school and beyond. And of course, we need to support them – not just with words but with meaningful action.

“I am proud to work for a company that is making progress here, with women increasingly represented within our technology teams at Dynamic Planner, opportunities for training, and support such as hybrid and flexible working. There is always more to do, but we are making progress to #InspireInclusion.”