PRLog - May 18, 2014 - Media Alert
Innovate Disrupt Engage
Who: Eveline Pierre a member of Miami Dade County Commission for Women
What: Creates The 1st chapter of Women's Technology Alliance Miami ™ (WTA)
WTA is a membership base platform to bring together women entrepreneurs, technology start-ups and professional women in technology. The organization exists to equip women with tools such as mentorships, conferences, symposiums and summits to bridge the gender gap in technology.
When: Sunday May 18, 2014
Why: As women in high level positions in the Tech industry has been down for two years straight shown in a recent pole. If we do not have more high- level role models for our girls we will continue to lag in the tech industry, says founder Eveline Pierre.
How: WTA will bridge the gender divide by giving women access into
the tech world through symposiums, conferences, summits and provide mentorship to help women navigate through the tech ecosystem.
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About Eveline Pierre:
Eveline Pierre also known as the Campaigner of Empowerment, Cultural Strategist and ART Tech Miami is an author of Amazon best selling book entitled “The Secret to Winning Big” with Brain Tracy and a speaker that is highly sought after by the media for her expertise in the Cultural Arts, Entertainment and Empowerment. Ms. Pierre has been seen on NBC 6 South Florida, CNN affiliates Comcast Media Makers and on WLRN Caribbean Current. Notably, Ms. Pierre is on the advisory board of Art Basel Miami Beach, Brickell Avenue Literary Society, Miami Dade County Commission for Women and member of Miami Dade Women's Chamber. In 2012, Ms. Pierre was awarded Black Street Excellence in Arts Award, Congressional Award of International Women, ICABA Most Accomplished Caribbean American Executive, Miami Today 2011 front cover the “Achiever”
In 2004 she founded the first Haitian Heritage Museum in the world outside of Haiti to create a legacy for future generations. The museum has been critically acclaimed as Miami Best Museum 2010 by Miami New Times. Ms. Pierre has also received a proclamation from Miami Dade County Public Schools for the children’s book collaboration with local Museum partners entitled “Through the eyes of my Haitian Friend.” Pierre also provides a paltform for students to use Art through Technology.
Ms. Pierre uses cultural Arts, Entertainment and Technology to empower others and believes creativity is the doorway to success.Through books, seminars, and conferences Pierre is set out to Empower 1 Million people to Live Life on Purpose.
Pierre received her degree from Howard University in Political Science and resides in Miami, Florida.