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Women in Tech Careers Panel January 31, 2017
Women in Tech Careers Panel
This event is for gamechangers who are interested in entering the tech industry and/or are looking for a career shift. The panel features badass women who will share their insights on career growth and their path into tech. Dinner and drinks will be served.
100% of proceeds will go towards ScriptEd!
equips students in under-resourced schools with the fundamental coding skills and professional experiences that together create access to careers in technology.
6:30pm Doors Open
7:00pm Event Kickoff
9:00pm Wrap up
Swati leads marketing for the Creative Cloud Partner Ecosystem at Adobe. She started her career in digital marketing but fell in love with the tech industry, moving to New York City to join a startup, Aviary, which was then acquired by Adobe in 2014. In her free time, you can find her writing, eating her way through the city or wandering with a camera in hand. Tweet at her @swatiteerdhala.
Avi is a developer at thoughtbot, a web and mobile consulting company. As a developer and product consultant, she’s worked with companies including Groupon, Shutterstock, and Merck to improve their code, process, and company culture. She is passionate about writing clean code, building inclusive spaces, and writing about herself in the third person. In her free time, you’re likely to find her reading and writing queer feminist literature or stumbling down a Wikipedia rabbit hole.
Gina is a functional programmer from unorthodox backgrounds of front-end web development and unikernel libraries in OCaml, wielding an undergraduate degree in music theatre. At Jet.com, Gina works on core-infrastructure in F# and spends her daytime hours thinking about logs. She is an emacs zealot and will talk your ear off about why typed lambda calculus is the right solution for managing your complexity. And... she wants you to know that your unique perspective is desperately needed in tech. Tweet her at @wiredsis.
VIP - Will receive complimentary resume review + feedback and a 1-hour in-person or virtual career consulting session from Rebecca after the event. Valued at $150.
's mission is to encourage more women and people of color into becoming creators through technology, with a blend of mindfulness and authenticity.
Rebecca Garcia is the Founder of GeekGirlWeb, Co-founder of CoderDojo NYC, former CTO of Greatist, Developer Evangelist at Squarespace and currently working on Civic Tech & Innovation at Microsoft. In2013 she was awarded as a U.S. White House Champion of Change for 'Tech Inclusion', 2014 as Glamour Magazine's 'Top 35 Under 35 Changing the Tech Industry', 2015 as AskMen's Top 99 Outstanding Women and this year as Hispanicize's STEM Star.
A big thank you to our ticket sponsor Peatix, food + drinks sponsored by Adobe and venue host ThoughtWorks.
This event is open toanyone who identifies as a woman and male allies.
- The event description was updated. Diff 2017-01-25 18:13:55
- Venue Address
99 Madison Ave, 15th Fl, New York NY 10016