The Voices conference will begin in New Zealand the morning of March 8 2013 and end in Silicon Valley USA the evening of March 8th, 30 hours later. This year’s theme “Creating Global Connections”
Countries currently represented in the Voices Conference include the United States, New Zealand, India, Switzerland, Poland, United Kingdom, Australia, Belgium, Portugal, Brazil, Canada, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan and Japan. More countries will be added as the program is finalized. Current conference topics include sessions on cloud computing, data centers, software testing, leadership, internet activism and the status of technical women on an regional, national and international level.
Voices’ sponsors include Google and its conference partners include Feminist Approach to Technology, Girls in Tech, Global Women’s Leadership Network, Women’s Leadership Coaching, and the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu.
Registration is now open. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, visit www.globaltechwomen.com.
About Global Tech Women
Global Tech Women believes the solution to the persistent problem of the declining representation of women in computer science and engineering is to focus on the needs of individual technical women on a personal and professional level. We work to provide technical women with consistent support from their freshman year to their entry in the workforce, their first and subsequent promotions, and their successful retirement. Global Tech Women’s mission is to create a global network of inspired, connected and self-actualized technical women. Learn more at www.globaltechwomen.com.