Elevate 2020 Virtual Conference
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re kicking off the weekend with a full day of inspiration on Friday, March 6th, to celebrate women in tech with the Girl Geek X team, 25+ speakers, and 5,000+ mid-to-senior level women and allies.
Join us March 6th to celebrate International Women’s Day during a FREE virtual conference with 25+ speakers and a full day of great content for mid-senior level women in tech! SAVE YOUR SEAT!
Tune in, connect and learn first-hand from technical leaders sharing successes, challenges, tips, tricks, and career insights focused on the unique set of challenges mid-career women face. You’ll hear from accomplished and relatable leaders from companies like: Intuit, Workday, LinkedIn, Splunk, Atlassian, Twilio and Genentech!
Some key topics and takeaways:
Vanquishing imposter syndrome once and for all
Tackling D&I work within your current role and changing the landscape of our businesses
Real-talk learnings and advice from women in the roles you aspire to
Panel of experts on the journey from being a manager to a leader
And of course the coolest tech talks.. the latest ML/AI trends, Cybersecurity…
… plus SO MUCH MORE! We’ll be announcing new sessions weekly!
Connect virtually and network with fellow girl geeks during and after the event using the hashtag #girlgeekx… and take advantage of opportunities to ask questions live of our speakers with real-time Q&As.
Julie Shin Choi
Tiana S. Clark
Girl Geek X is a community that has grown to 40,000+ women in tech over a decade from Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners. At Girl Geek X events, women share thought leadership in STEM expertise, as well as career advice in the fast-paced tech industry – hosting over 250 dinners at over 150 tech companies and startups across the San Francisco Bay Area – and globally we host annual virtual conferences. Girl Geek X events feature women at the mic sharing industry knowledge and career advice, for the retention and recruitment of mid-level / senior women in tech – a critical lever to increase the ratio of female CEOs, executives, engineers, entrepreneurs, and leaders.