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Friday, March 6 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Women in Technology and Leadership: Being Seen and Heard - #15NTCfemtech

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Changing the ratios of women in technology and leadership roles will not happen overnight. Some individuals and some organizations have made tremendous strides, while others are still struggling with recruitment, hiring processes, professional development and training, and even long-term professional growth opportunities.

This Connect session is an opportunity for anyone at the NTC to come together to share and learn–from specific examples in our own organizations to established best practices. Whether you are a woman or attending as an ally, this discussion-based session will focus on solutions and opportunities for change in a safe environment.

Attendees will leave the session with:
1) A list of resources they can use to build their professional skills
2) Tips for navigating common/difficult situations
3) Access to a network of potential mentors, advisors, professional connections, and friends!

Speakers
avatar for Veda Banerjee

Veda Banerjee

Director of Communications, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Veda Banerjee, Director of Communications for the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, has a graduate degree in journalism and public relations. Banerjee has been with the Conservancy since 2007, and currently manages the Conservancy’s media requests, press distributions, online and outdoor advertising, digital marketing, editorial calendar, and overall content strategy. Her personal interest in storytelling –both online and... Read More →
avatar for Johanna Bates

Johanna Bates

Front-End Developer, Nonprofit Tech Strategist, Drupalist, DevCollaborative
Front-end web development. An open and accessible web. Being outside. Feminism. Open source software. Diversity in the tech field. Disparate songs next to each other on mix tapes.
avatar for Michelle Chaplin

Michelle Chaplin

Senior Manager, Online Fundraising, PBS
Michelle Chaplin is the Senior Manager of Online Fundraising at PBS, where she manages the fundraising initiatives at PBS.org; manages the Best of PBS monthly newsletter, which has grown to more than 1M subscribers; and supports PBS member stations to improve their online and overall fundraising initiatives. Before joining PBS, she was a Program Manager at BRAC USA for more than four years, during which she provided marketing support and built an... Read More →
avatar for Tracy Kronzak

Tracy Kronzak

Co-Founder, BrightStep Partners
Tracy is a CRM implementation strategy, change management, and organizational leadership and technology adoption expert. She has more than 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and its related industries, including philanthropy, activism, research, technology management, and Salesforce CRM platform consulting. | | She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from New York University, and is a Salesforce.com Certified... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
MR 6B

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