Grandstand

After being featured in a video blog, I realized I had no good place to showcase that type of info.  This will highlight those events and featured content.

November 16, 2015 – Panel speaker during DC Web Women Speaker Series on smart growth for startups & small business. Will share my experiences at various startups, reviewing their approach to growth, lessons learned and how I think about growth for my own startup. See my presentation on SlideShare.

October 10, 2015 – Presented “Using Social Network for Your Career” at Congressman Don Beyer’s Women Driving the Economy Conference. See my presentation on SlideShare.

September 12, 2015 – Presented with Cayla Evans at the DC Web Women Code(Her) Conference. “Who Will Win the Next Stanley Cup?” told our story of leveraging ice hockey to teach Cayla data analytics and data science techniques. Our talk reviewed our project, methodology, results and lessons learned. Get the presentation, R script and data from my github site.

June 2012 – June 2014 – WIT Workforce Development Vice Chair

March 2014 – Mentored as part of STEM+ Women Conference hosted by the George Mason University Game Design Program and SGI, and Women in Technology (WIT) Education Foundation

February 2014 – Named Volunteer Director to the Women in Technology Education Foundation Board

June 25, 2013 – Panelist on “Using Social Media to Find a Job” at Congressman Moran’s Jobs Boot Camp – check out my post on my research and link to my presentation.

Feb 25, 2013 – Project Coordinator for the WIT Annual Job Fair (65 exhibiting organizations, 300+ attendees).  Featured in video blog by Ken Leiner Associates – watch it here!

September 29, 2012 – Panel speaker on Living Your Ideal Life: Balancing Family, Career, and Personal Needs at Congressman Jim Moran’s 2012 Women’s Issues Conference. – See my presentation on SlideShare.

June 2002 – June 2008 – WIT Web Presence Committee Chair

September 2001 – present –  Women in Technology (WIT) member

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