This year I have had the pleasure of expanding my knowledge and influence as a technology advocate. In May, I was honored by The Dallas Business Journal at the Women in Technology awards with the distinction of advocate for my work as Vice President of Education and Programs at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. It is very rewarding reaching over 42,000 students annually through the Museum’s STEM Education Programs.
As a leader, it is important to be a lifelong learner aligning your leadership with the current needs of your team and the communities you serve.
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This session provides insight into understanding the impact of design and its expression on the value of culture from a global perspective.
This interactive session provides a hands on activity with teams working through cybersecurity attacks in the ACME Corporation.
The mind shift that occurs when the commitment of powerful “we will statements” are followed by collective action and quantifiable results is what achieving gender equity is all about. This article provides top ten quotes shared during opening session keynotes.
The energy in the room during opening session of the GHC19 keynotes was incredible. The impact of knowing more than 25,000 attendees are present during this years conference to celebrate women in technology is inspiring.
The keynote speakers shared compelling stories of how much being valued, encouraged, mentored and sponsored plays a critical part in your career advancement.
Sylvia Acevedo is an American engineer, businesswoman, and executive. She is Chief Executive Officer of the Girl Scouts of the USA.
Sylvia started the session telling the audience that her introduction lists all of her accomplishments and it is important to know she had humble beginnings. Growing up poor doesn’t mean you can’t become a rocket scientist or engineer by listening to her inspiring story.
Girl Scouts is helping to build America’s future STEM Trailblazers with confidence through their membership tracks.