Cracking the Code: Elevating Women and Girls in Tech
San Jose, CA • November 3, 2016
Join Ellevate, Accenture and Girls Who Code for a lively panel discussion on the factors that will help increase girls’ interest in tech and the actions we can all take to be their role models.
Thursday, November 3, 2016 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM PDTAccenture Labs
50 W San Fernando Street
San Jose, CA 95113
Join Ellevate Network, Accenture and Girls Who Code for a lively panel discussion on the factors and actions that will increase the likelihood of girls staying interested in tech and how we can all be role models.
New research from Accenture and Girls Who Code shows that the gender gap in computing is getting worse and has severe implications for the U.S. economy. If we act now, we can triple the number of women in computing by 2025. We’ll discuss specific actions and strategies to help, including what we can do to inspire the young women we know, at work, at home and in our communities.
Our rock-star panel includes:
- Teresa Tung, Accenture Fellow, Accenture Labs
- Claire Cook, Marketing & Communications Manager, Girls Who Code
- Katelin Holloway, VP of People & Culture, Reddit
- Dona Munsch, VP of Cloud Operations, NetApp
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