Local tech trailblazers share insights about building satisfying careers in unexpected places.
The event will be held on May 29, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at Oregon Electric Station (27 E 5th Ave. in Eugene). Tickets are only $3 and are available with registration at bit.ly/ultratech2019.
- Camille Westlake, Program Manager of Strategy and Innovation at Quantum Spatial
- Jessa Reed, Information Security Analyst at Oregon Community Credit Union
- Diana Smith, Programmer Analyst at Lane County
The panel discussion will be followed by interactive breakout discussions facilitated by the panelists and other experts in off-the-beaten-path tech jobs, giving attendees the opportunity to ask questions and get advice.
“The stereotypical tech job is a software developer in a tech startup. But the opportunities are so much broader,” said Redefining Women in Tech co-founder Lauren Jerome. “People are building rewarding careers using technology to cure diseases, protect the integrity of our financial institutions, monitor critical infrastructure, guard our privacy, and address pressing community needs.”
About Redefining Women in Tech
Redefining Women in Tech connects women to the resources they need to thrive in tech careers, and helps companies build a more inclusive workforce. Since its inception in Eugene, OR in 2017, this program has collaborated with local, regional and global organizations, including the Mozilla Foundation, Lane Workforce Partnership, Eugene Regional Accelerator, Technology Association of Oregon, City of Eugene, and many other partners to bring engaging and interactive programming designed to optimize career and workforce development. This year, Redefining Women in Tech has embarked on an affiliation with ChickTech, a Portland, OR-based national nonprofit that supports women and girls in tech with community, education, and inspiration.
Contact: Lauren Jerome
Phone: (503) 902-4739