In person. In Seattle
Women in tech are gaining ground as the technology industry—or at least its largest players—makes slow but steady progress in shrinking its gender gap, and women in tech leadership are making the fastest advances. Deloitte Global predicts that large global technology firms, on average, will reach nearly 33% overall female representation in their workforces in 2022, up slightly more than 2 percentage points from 2019. (https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/industry/technology/women-tech-leadership.html)
But many women still struggle to deal with challenges such as:
Shabnam Watson, Data Architect, ABI Cube Corp
Jen McCown, CEO, MinionWare, LLC
Anna Hoffman, Senior PM Manager, Microsoft
Blythe Morrow, Managing Director , SolarWinds
Leslie Andrews, Lead Data Architect, 3Cloud
This panel discussion tackles important questions related to women’s pathways to leadership, what cultural and structural changes are needed, the challenges a woman tech lead has around persistent gender inequity in tech world, fixing the ‘not technical enough’ line and how women can model new paradigms of compassionate leadership and power.
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