Like many other male dominated industries, the field of technology presents both challenges and opportunities for women today. InnoTech San Antonio is hosting a half day event that will provide better understanding of how women can be successful in this field.
You don’t need to be a geek. Did you know women-led private technology companies are more capital-efficient, achieve 35 percent higher return on investment, and, when venture-backed, bring in 12 percent higher revenue than male-owned tech companies. That’s according to new research presented at a recent conference in San Francisco organized by Women 2.0, a media company devoted to women founders in the tech industry. It indicates female entrepreneurs, who have traditionally lagged behind their male counterparts, are catching up, at least by some measures.
During the Women in Tech Summit at Innotech happening April 17 at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center an impressive cast of women executive speakers will discuss important issues such as What is the best career path for a woman in technology? What do women need to know before they enter this field? How do they best prepare? Don’t miss this opportunity to network and learn.
Please register at Innotech San Antonio. Type WITECH99 in the Discount Code field for complimentary admission. (This pass does NOT include CIO Luncheon Forum or Business Transformation Symposium. Separate registration fee is required for these special events)
2013 Women in Tech Summit Agenda
Keynote – Graham Weston, Chairman & Co-Founder, Rackspace
Being a Trail Blazer and Risk Taker: Fireside Chat
Marlee Perez, VP IT, Tesoro
Janelle Monney, Founder & Managing Partner, The Monney Group
How to Keep Up With Technology and Remain Relevant in Today’s Marketplace
Major General Suzanne M. Vautrinot, Commander, 24th Air Force; Commander, Air Forces Cyber; and
Commander, Air Force Network Operations, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas
Catherine McGuinness, Managing Director, Preod LLC, Author, Emperors’ Clothes
Carolyn Green, Director of the Center for Information Technology and Cyber Security
Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Diane Kenyon, Senior Vice President of Information Technology, Harden Healthcare
Say What? Achieving the Ability to Communicate the Business Value of Technology
Amanda Justice, Business & Economic Development Executive, CyrusOne
Patsy Boozer, Chief Information Security Officer, City of San Antonio
Janet Cinfio, Vice President of Digital Platform Infrastructure and Operations, EA
Disclosure: Innotech San Antonio is a sponsor of Silicon Hills News