Don’t miss the second Stanford Women in Technology (Stanford WIT) meeting on October 23 from 10-11:30 a.m. in the MacKenzie room in the Huang building. All are welcome.
Featuring Dereca Blackmon and Ruth Marinshaw
Our keynote speaker will be Dereca Blackmon, Director of Stanford’s Diversity and First-Gen Office. Dereca is an educator, facilitator, and spiritual activist with over 25 years experience supporting communities in radical healing and strategic development. She has worked with a wide variety of corporate, government, nonprofit, and community-based groups to facilitate “uncommon conversations” on issues of race, gender, and class.
Additionally, Ruth Marinshaw, Chief Technology Officer of Stanford Research Computing and co-sponsor of Stanford WIT will be sharing her career journey. Time will be reserved for networking and community-building for attendees.
Reserve your spot soon! Due to room capacity, attendance is limited to the first 180 in-person participants.
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About Stanford WIT
Stanford Women in Technology (Stanford WIT) is a university-wide program that advances gender representation, engagement, and support. Through networking, workshops, mentoring, and more, the group helps foster a supportive, productive, and inclusive work environment where all people feel valued and respected.