Join us at a unique event on March 5th sharing and celebrating the stories of some incredible women in technology, hosted by #movethedial, a global movement advancing women in technology.
Founded in Toronto in January 2017, #movethedial advances the participation and leadership of women in the tech industry through building awareness, inspiring action, galvanizing & amplifying collective community and corporate efforts and through delivering a few key high impact programs. The movement has gained tremendous momentum and respect in Canada in a short period of time, and is receiving a warm welcome in the US. I think it is resonating through its warm and positive message, and because the work is both inspirational and results-oriented at the same time.
In the first-ever San Francisco edition of #movethedial stories, more than 150 founders, leaders, and men and women in tech will gather together to put the power of story into action. Hear the incredible stories of women leaders in the Bay Area tech community who have moved the dial and know how personal stories like theirs – and yours – can inspire action and help promote the advancement of women in tech.
The event, taking place on March 5th at 5:30pm, will gather interesting up and coming and experienced people in the Bay area, alongside a crew of senior leaders flying in from Toronto. Details and how to RSVP below.
RSVP and speaker lineup: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/movethedial-stories-san-francisco-tickets-42446276957.
Speakers include Stanford young alums Tenzin Seldon, '12, and Ernestine Fu, '13.