“Here’s what I loved about the Women in Tech Summit – meeting other women in tech that are legit, smart and inspired” – WITS attendee – Philadelphia
The Women in Tech Summit has been teaching and inspiring women who work in tech for the last 4 years in Philadelphia. They are now bringing this innovative conference to Washington D.C. on March 19th.
Why should you attend and send your employees to the Women in Tech Summit Washington D.C.?
- A sensational line-up of speakers and informative sessions and hands on workshops that will educate them on some of the most currently relevant tech topics and trends.
- The opportunity to network with other women working in and with tech across a variety of industries, positions and career levels.
- Make connections that may help you find your next hire, customer, partner or vendor
- It is in your backyard, it is only one day and early bird tickets are only $75
The Women in Tech Summit provides attendees with a unique combination of deep-dive, hands-on tech workshops; information on current topics in tech; discussions about careers in tech; and connection and networking opportunities with other women in various aspects and careers in technology. The Women in Tech Summit knows that working in tech is not just about coding but about all aspects of careers in technology. Whether you are a developer, the HR manager at a tech company or a digital marketer, the Women in Tech Summit is for you.
The sessions for the Washington DC event including topics such as big data, civic tech, functional programming, hands-on workshops, digital branding and building a balanced and diverse tech workforce. The speaker lineup spans startup founders to enterprise executives who hold both technical and business roles. The opening keynote speaker, Rear Admiral (USN, Retired)) Elizabeth A.Hight will share lessons learned during her career as a technology expert with the United States Navy and Hewlett Packard. In the closing keynote, Grace Killelea, Founder of Half the Sky Leadership will share concepts outlined in her new book, “The Confidence Effect”. More information on the schedule and speakers can be found here.
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