CUGC Women In Tech: Spring Event

CUGC Women In Tech
Spring 2021 Virtual Event


Wednesday, June 16, 2021
11:30AM - 1:45PM ET



Join the CUGC Women In Technology program for three insightful sessions revolving around the day-to-day issues and topics that women working in IT face. 


Session 1 – 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET
Kickoff Discussion: Get Out of Your Own Way! 

Kickoff with CTP and founding CUGC WIT mentor Esther Barthel with Citrix Technology Advocate and CUGC WIT mentor Jaclyn Sanchez, moderated by CTP and CUGC WIT mentor Jen Sheerin. Esther and Jaclyn will discuss a variety of topics from building your "black book" of resources to leading with confidence to ways that women self-sabotage. We welcome your questions and ideas during this open, lively discussion.

Esther Barthel, CTP
Jaclyn Sanchez, CTA
Jen Sheerin, CTP
Esther Barthel, CTP
Jaclyn Sanchez, CTA Jen Sheerin, CTP


Session 2 – 12:30 - 1:00 PM ET
Panel Discussion: Attracting & Retaining Female IT Employees

CTP and CUGC Women In Technology founding member Jo Harder will moderate this discussion on how companies are attracting and retaining female employees and how female minority issues are addressed in the workplace.

Jo Harder, CTP
Gianna Nall, Cohesity
Enit Nichani, IGEL
Jo Harder, CTP



Gianna Nall
Head of Global Business Partners and Employee Experience, Cohesity
Enit Nichani
VP Marketing North America, IGEL



Session 3 – 1:00 - 1:45PM ET
The Myth of the Nice Girl - Moderated Conversation

Moderated conversation with CTP and CUGC Women In Technology founding member Theresa Miller and author Fran Hauser. Fran is the best-selling author of The Myth of the Nice Girl: Achieving a Career You Love Without Becoming a Person You Hate. Theresa and Fran will talk about some of the key points from the book and how you can apply them.

Theresa Miller, CTP
Fran Hauser
Theresa Miller, CTP
Fran Hauser, Author


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CUGC Women in Technology is proudly supported by:

Citrix


Cohesity


IGEL



Presented by CUGC and the CUGC Women In Technology program, this event is free for all attendees.
Stephanie Boozer

stephanie.boozer@mycugc.org