Virtual Tech conference for mid level women in tech, career growth advice

HealthNow / Eng Plateaux
Apr 13, 2018 7 Comments

Free virtual conference for mid level women in tech, more experienced tech women are sharing their knowledge on career development. The times are in PST so if you're on the east coast it's only a half day off work (12pm to 7pm EST)

It's this Wednesday April 18th

Mozilla and paypal are sponsoring this.

If you're not mid level, it looks like you can still come, there was an option for 1-5 years experience.

"Girl Geek X Presents Elevate!

A one-day virtual event supporting your journey from a manager to a leader.

Calling mid- to senior-level women! Get the real-talk leadership development advice that you need at this stage in your career from the best in the industry, and cutting-edge tech insights."

I'm not affiliated, just want to spread the word because it sounds like a great event.


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TOP 7 Comments
  • Amazon / Eng

    Amazon Eng

    “Girl Geek X” lol
    Sounds like a female marketing campaign by IBM or something
    Apr 13, 2018 1
    • HealthNow / Eng Plateaux
      If only ibm sponsored it.... and they didn't put it during the work week lol

      a bunch of the women in my network would love to go but can't bc it's right in the middle of a weekday
      Apr 13, 2018
  • Microsoft / Eng AmIErlich
    Eh, feels like we’re stuffed to the gills with career advice. Would be cool to do something practical, like a mentoring speed dating or reading groups or something like that.
    Apr 14, 2018 2
  • New / Eng

    New Eng

    I guess it only targets the unemployed women if its in the middle of the day?
    Apr 14, 2018 1
    • HealthNow / Eng Plateaux
      Since its aimed toward mid to senior level, the thought may be that they have enough pto where a half day doesn't matter.

      Either way, they definitely could've picked a weekend and had a higher amount of people able to go
      Apr 14, 2018


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