Come to the Tech·Ed Women in Technology (WIT) luncheon and join in the discussion about challenges that women face today—including how to break through the corporate “glass ceiling”—as well as the tools, initiatives, and organizations that support women who work in the IT industry. Please bring your success stories to share with others.
Date: Wednesday, June 4
Time: 11:45am– 2:00pm
While the Women in IT luncheon is a great way for women who are in IT to get together, meet one another, share stories, opinions and lessons, in the past it has not been a way to exclude men from the lunch table. There’s nothing in the description that says “women only”.
Having led BOFs on the topic before and attended this luncheon many times, I know there are many men who have questions about women in IT – whether it’s how to encourage their own daughters, how to enable women in their companies or an interest in the age old question about why the percentage of women in IT is so low. If you are a man in IT and you are interested in attending the luncheon, c’mon along.
Eileen Brown, Manager for the IT Pro Evangelist team in Microsoft’s Developer and Platform Group, is hosting the panel again.
I’ll be on the panel this year along with Meryem Tom, a Director at Microsoft and Deborah Arhelger, COO of JNBridge.
See you there!
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