On June 27, 2019 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Los Angeles, 400+ top female engineers were able to network with top tech companies who are committed to inclusion and innovation. Through panels, keynotes and presentations, companies and attendees alike were able to engage in meaningful and actionable conversation surrounding the past and future impact of women in tech.
In Los Angeles, Women Impact Tech Partnered with 30+ top tech companies and non-profit organizations to celebrate diversity, inclusion, and female equality in tech
I loved everything about the event: great hosting and location, great networking opportunities with peers, inspirational panels, keynote speeches, accessibility and diversity of companies.
I met so many like-minded women that I was able to share my experiences with, which hopefully they find helpful in their career. An amazing celebration of diversity and inclusion for females in tech.
The best part of this event was both the quality of talent and venue. The organization of the event was spot on. Everything at the event was perfectly planned, from registration to presentations! Can’t wait to attend next year!
This introductory panel set the stage for the day by defining the purpose of this event. Led by Dana Sherrell, the discussion explored the dynamic LA tech scene, the women who are leading the efforts of creating space for the community to succeed, and why it is so important for women to make a collective impact.
Moderated by Melissa Bennett, this panel highlighted individual narratives of women who have made a significant impact on themselves, those around them, and the cutting-edge technology they work with every day. Their stories offered advice and tangible tools to help carve out impactful careers.
Companies play a large role in setting up systems for allowing women to impact the workplace-whether it be hiring the right talent, making space at the table for decision-making, or ensuring that women are at the forefront of up and coming technology. Moderated by Carmen Badea, this panel highlighted what companies are doing to curate an engaging and inclusive culture.
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