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Women & Technology Conference Features Creative Leaders, Outstanding Programming

May 31, 2017

Lee Farabaugh, CORE10

 

What will it take to create a tech revolution in West Virginia?  Join us at the Women & Technology Conference on June 26 and find out! To register, click here.

We’re delighted to welcome three outstanding and creative leaders to talk about what’s needed to jumpstart tech jobs in the state.

Lee Farabaugh, Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer of Core10, has over 15 years of experience managing technology operations with a focus on user experience. She’s a founder of Nashville healthcare software development firm PointClear Solutions.

Natalie Roper, GenerationWV

Natalie Roper, Executive Director of Generation West Virginia, leads efforts to attract and retain young talent in the state through advocacy and social innovation. She launched the Impact West Virginia Fellowship program as a tool to expand tech talent pipelines in the state and recently helped pass the broadband bill, HB 3093, because she knows that connectivity is key to the future!

Megan Bullock, Co-Founder of Mesh Design and Development, not only designs powerful brands and digital platforms for companies and nonprofits in Charleston, WV and Brooklyn, NY, but also is helping revitalize Elk City on Charleston’s West Side.

An amazing group of talent. Come hear their ideas and share yours, too!

Register for the conference today by clicking here!

The Women & Technology Conference aims to encourage women involved in technology education and research, private enterprises, the public sector, investing and entrepreneurship.

Megan Bullock, MESH Design

To see the agenda, click here.

Who should attend?  Women working in technology fields as well as those interested in pursuing, or migrating to, a technology-focused career.  In addition, anyone interested in exploring ways to bridge the tech gender gap and inspire future generations of girls to pursue STEM fields is encouraged to attend.

This program is hosted by TechConnect West Virginia and presented with support from our generous sponsors. Thank you to the following for making this year’s event possible:

  • Allegheny Science & Technology
  • NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium
  • Science & Research Division, WV Higher Education Policy Commission
  • Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC
  • West Virginia University
  • TransCanada Corporation

The conference runs from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.