Snap one women in technology summit

Snap one women in technology summit

For its inaugural Women in Tech Summit, a virtual event that inspires women to seek leadership jobs in the technology industry, which will take place on March 8, Snap One has started registration. The theme for this year’s Global Summit, which will consist of two 90-minute sessions, is “Breaking Prejudice.” You may sign up for both sessions here.

The unfortunate stereotype that women cannot work in technology is present. We serve as living proof that, in addition to working in this field, leaders may have a profoundly good influence, said Dawn Boland, senior vice president of partner services and technical support at Snap One. By making our accomplishments known, we hope to inspire other women to apply for jobs in this profession and persuade business companies to develop more female talent.

Female executives and business owners from CEDIA, AVIXA, and Snap One will be present during the two 90-minute sessions. There will also be live interactive questions and answers.

The Schedule Includes:

  • Session 1 will take place on March 8 at 9:00 AM EDT / 2:00 PM UTC and will feature a panel discussion with special guest Margie Myers (Snap One Principal Product Manager), Joe Lloyd (Senior Director of Communications, AVIXA), Don Boland (Snap One SVP for Partner Services and Mechanical Support), Jen Mallett (Owner of Level Up Mechanization), and Connie Gray (Snap One Sr. Director of Engineering)
  • Session 2 (March 8 at 3pm GMT/March 9 at 9am AEST) will feature a guest speaker, Susan Cashin, an industry board member, consultant, and consultant, as well as a panel discussion with Patti Manning, Ashley Swenson, Louise Brandish, Lisa Morph, and Ashley Swenson, senior vice presidents of marketing at Snap One, Snap One, and Patti Manning, regional director for Latin America at CEDIA (Primary Software Engineer at Snap One)

We can dispel stereotypes and inspire young women to hone their skills in STEM disciplines, according to Poland. Additionally, we can inform hiring supervisors about implicit bias. hinders the advancement of women and women of color. We can take steps to solve issues and challenges by recognizing them. The talk is the first step.

At the start of the event, Snap One will launch a forum and reserve page for frequent use by business professionals.

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