Amazon is an Official Sponsor of the 2020 Women of Color in STEM Conference
Women of Color STEM Conference features 2014 Technologist of the Year Alicia Boler Davis at 25th Annual Women of Color STEM Conference
"Throughout her trailblazing career, Alicia Boler-Davis has been a supporter of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). In her new role as Vice President of Global Customer Fulfillment at Amazon, she has responsibility for the worldwide network of hundreds of Fulfillment Centers and the technology inside. It is critical that the Women of Color STEM Conference connects Amazon with our audience of talented STEM professionals, computer science and engineering students at minority institutions, educators, and K-12 students, to help us engineer a better tomorrow," said Tyrone Taborn, chairman of Career Communications Group, Inc., the publisher of the Women of Color magazine and producer of the annual Women of Color in STEM Conference.
Alicia Boler-Davis is scheduled to give remarks at the Women of Color STEM Awards Gala, which will be held virtually on Saturday, October 10, 2020.
From Amazon Web Services (AWS), Sandy Carter, Vice President of Worldwide Public Sector Partners and Programs, will share insights into inspiring change for the next generation of women leaders in tech during the Women of Color STEM Technology Luncheon, which will be held virtually on Friday, October 9, 2020.
Thousands of students and professionals are expected to take part in the 2020 Women of Color in STEM Conference virtually when the two-day event kicks off on October 8.
The Women of Color STEM Conference Career Fair provides an opportunity for students to meet with employers like Amazon trying to fill STEM jobs. In addition to Amazon serving as the Official Sponsor, Consumers Energy will co-host the 2020 Women of Color in STEM Conference, and General Motors is among the list of platinum, gold, silver, and bronze sponsors, as well as event sponsors.
To learn more, visit www.womenofcolor.net
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