Microsoft's Kendall Square HT Women’s forum is holding a public workshop for students and professionals interested in creating a speaker/professional panel for 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration on Feb 22, 3pm-5pm at Microsoft New England R&D in Cambridge. It is a collegial environment, supportive environment.
"Workshop: Preparing your 2018 Grace Hopper Speaker/Panel submission"
Thursday, Feb. 22, 3pm-5pm
Are you interested in submitting a talk or panel for the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration? Do you want to meet others to form a panel across students and companies? Want a few protips from previous speakers?
All students and professionals are welcome to attend!
Our GHC 18 tracks offer a wide-range of fields for every technical woman. Speakers will participate in presentations, panels, or workshops. We are actively looking for intermediate and advanced level content. Click on the track name to see a description of it. Make sure to check out our submission requirements before applying to speak.
4:45pm Lightning Presentations of Topics for each proposal (60s)
- Sara Spalding, "Using Machine Learning and Social Media to Provide Better Humanitarian Aid", 2017
- Melissa Greenlee, "Wonder Woman and Amazonians: building women communities" panel, 2017
- Molly Walter, "The Importance of Bi-Inclusivity in the Workplace", 2017