The 2nd Annual Women Who Tech TeleSummit is just one week away. Again, this year there is have a great line up so don’t wait to sign up.
When: May 12, 2009. Panels run from 11AM EDT to 6PM EDT.
Where: Everywhere via phone and web
Check out these awesome panels and sign up today. When you sign up for one panel, feel free to register for a couple more complementary – that’s right it’s on us.
• Social Media ROI
• Women and Open Source
• Tools Galore in Online Communications
• Transparency and Government 2.0
• Video Activism
• Launching Your Own Startup
• Breaking Through the Digital Ceiling
• Tech Marketing in a Recession
• Social Networks and Diversity Barriers
• Innovation and Tech Career Reinvention
• What Shirky Didn’t Tell Us
• Feminine Mystique
Here are a few of the rockin’ women who will be joining us this year:
Lisa Stone of BlogHer, Allison Fine of Personal Democracy Forum, Rashmi
Sinha of SlideShare, Charelene Li, co-author of Groundswell: Winning in
a World Transformed by Social Technologies, Shireen Mitchell of Digital
Sistas, Holly Ross of NTEN, Rebecca Moore of Google Earth Outreach and
so much more.
Don’t miss this year’s telesummitt. It’s a wonderful opportunity for
our community to share our collective wisdom with inspiring stories and
practical tools that help women professionally and personally and of
course, change the world.
Click here view the full panel descriptions and register now!
And, like last year we’re going to celebrate with a PARTY afterwards.
Come out and hang out with Women Who Tech. You’ll find us in Washington, DC, NYC, San Francisco, Atlanta, and London so save the date and come get your tech on with us. More details soon.
Susan sez: I am part of this cool event, speaking about Breaking Through the Digital Ceiling with Charlene, Connie Reece and Lynne Johnson.
The blurb: Breaking Through the Digital Ceiling – 12PM EDT
in tech and social media experts identify strategies for breaking
through the digital ceiling. The panel will discuss topics such as
getting heard by upper management, how to effectively advocate for your
work and expertise as well as how to break through the barriers of
being too young or too old in the tech sector. Panelists:
Lynne D. Johnson, Fast Company, Charlene Li, Co-Author of Groundswell
and Founder of Altimeter, Susan Mernit, Consultant, Connie Reece, Every
Dot Connects and Social Media Club. Moderator: Allyson Kapin, Rad Campaign and Women Who Tech