Upcoming events

    • 03/07/2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 7
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    With the continued explosion of AI in 2023 and Chat GPT making headlines, Women & Hi Tech wants to dig in and explore Chat GPT. This topic is a continuation of our Q1 2023 discussion on What You Need to Know about AI, featuring female thought leaders and practitioners to provide attendees with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) 101. 

    In continuation, for the first Women & Hi Tech Executive Women’s Forum (EWF) of 2024, we want to share with our members and those who are AI-curious how to use Chat GPT. What is it? How does it work? What are use cases for Chat GPT and considerations for using the tool?

    We are excited to announce that we have secured a fantastic thought leader & practitioner to help us answer these questions. Dona Sarkar is Microsoft's Chief Troublemaker – CoPilot & AI Extensibility. She will be joining us to speak about generative AI, Chat GPT and do a real-time demo of Chat GPT!

    Yes, Dona's title is Chief Troublemaker – so this Executive Women’s Forum will be pretty special! Linda Calvin, Executive Women's Forum Director, will lean in and ask questions – hers and yours – and hand the mic to Dona to demo Chat GPT.

    This EWF is virtual so you can play with Chat GPT, see results, and ask questions. Order your favorite lunch from Doordash or heat up your leftover KETO dinner and spend your lunchtime learning so you can dazzle your dinner guests or talk tech with your teen. Invite your colleagues, business resource groups, students and faculty!

    About Dona Sarkar

    Dona Sarkar is Chief Troublemaker for CoPilot and AI Extensibility at Microsoft. In her current role, she is building an AI extensibility program to enable developers to reason over their OWN data using AI and Copilot products. She has been in the tech industry for over 12 years, and as she shares, despite her decades of shenanigans, she remains unfired (and unjailed!).

    Before this role, she ran the Accessibility Tech and Inclusive Design investments for all of Microsoft, making sure that the one billion+ people with disabilities AND others with neurodivergence and mental health concerns can count on tech to be a trusty sidekick.

    Dona also led an advocacy team for the Power Platform at Microsoft, a toolset specifically for intrapreneurs to solve their business problems. She was also the Chief #NinjaCat of the Windows Insider Program at Microsoft, one of the biggest communities of people in the world, 21 billion, who act as the tech influencer for everyone in their lives. She has also worked on developer engagement for HoloLens, the world's first holographic computer. 

    In her spare time, Dona is writing fiction and non-fiction books to help young professionals have the careers of their dreams, running an ethical luxury fashion line for women AND men called Prima Dona, coaching entrepreneurs in emerging markets, saying words on stages all over the world, and in her words, “coming up with some REALLY scheme-y schemes.”

    Learn more about Dona at https://donasarkar.com/.

    About Linda Calvin 

    Linda Calvin is a 20-year veteran of the private IT sector with strengths in communication, law, digital and application development, and global tech leadership. Linda graduated cum laude with her BA in Journalism from Butler University. Linda also earned a Juris Doctor from Indiana University and is licensed to practice law in the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.

    Linda is currently the Chief Impact Officer for Reboot Representation, an organization dedicated to doubling the number of Black, Latina and Native American (BLNA) women graduating with computing degrees by 2025. In her role, Linda collaborates with Reboot tech coalition partners to help create cultures that attract and retain BLNA women in tech. Linda also facilitates panels on emerging tech and the talent gap, and as a speaker for Transcend Consulting, regularly talks on topics of tech equity, mapping passion to tech, designing diverse tech talent pipelines, and women’s empowerment.

    Learn more about Linda at www.transcendent-talks.com.

    • 03/09/2024
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • 8356 Masters Road Indianapolis, IN 46250
    • 12
    Register

    Spring is in the air, and Women & Hi Tech is ready to launch you into high gear with a family-friendly networking event that's sure to be a blast! Women & Hi Tech recognizes that many of us are trying to balance work, social life, and family. So load the kids up and join us at Sky Zone for our Spring family-included networking event.  

    · Admission includes entry into the Women & Hi Tech networking event for the jumper and two parents/guardians, socks for the jumper, 1 hour of unlimited jumping, climbing, obstacle courses and more. 

    ·  Pizza and light refreshments will be provided. Additional food items may be purchased at your cost.

    ·  Registration price is for one jumper and up to two non-jumping guardians. Want to bring more cheerleaders? No problem! Additional non-jumpers can contribute $8 each to enjoy the lunch spread.

    The event is open to both Women & Hi Tech members and non-members. Space is limited, and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is non-refundable but is transferable.

    Please review our event waiver and release of liability for activities related to your children. You will be asked to accept the waiver upon registration. https://womenandhitech.org/Waiver

    Please review the venue waiver in advance; the facility will require you to accept the waiver on behalf of yourself and your children prior to jumping. https://waiver.haveablast.roller.app/defyindianapolis/

    Women & Hi Tech’s Networking with Family events are offered 2-3 times per year and provide an opportunity for working parents in STEM fields to shed any guilt and build resources towards professional and personal goals. Networking with Family events are presented by the Membership Engagement Committee, led by Women & Hi Tech Board Member Sahara Williams and facilitated by committee member Rebecca Leon. 


    Sahara Williams 

    Sahara Williams is an attorney focused on data privacy and cybersecurity law as well as general commercial transactions. Previously, she operated her own engineering and construction management firm for nine years and served as the executive director of a nonprofit equestrian learning center for youth for five years.

    Sahara earned her J.D. from the IU McKinney School of Law. She graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University and earned a MS in Civil Engineering from Purdue University. She is an alumnus of the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series (Class XXXVII), the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series and the IBJ 2013 Forty Under 40 Class as well as a Soror of Alpha Kappa Alpha.


    Rebecca Leon

    Rebecca earned her B.S in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology (2006); M.S. in Biological Sciences (2008); and a Ph.D. in Neuroscience (2012) from Florida Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, FL. After graduation she completed a postdoctoral position at The Scripps Research Institute, Jupiter, Florida. Rebecca joined Eli Lilly & Company in 2014 where she has contributed to small molecule drug discovery efforts in diabetes, neuroscience, and oncology.

    **By registering for this event, you acknowledge that you may be photographed, videotaped, and/or audio-taped during the course of this event and hereby give permission for your image, and/or voice to be used in education, training, promotion, advertisement, and/or trade and communications media by Women & Hi Tech in any and all media outlets throughout the world. 


    • 03/13/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Sweetwater 5501 US Hwy 30 W Fort Wayne, IN, 46818
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    On the heels of International Women’s Day (March 8, 2024), Women & Hi Tech invites you to a panel discussion focused on improving and increasing diversity and gender inclusion in the Indiana STEM community, "Operation ALLTM - Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress” on Wednesday, March 13.

    According to the United Nations, achieving gender equality and women’s well-being in all aspects of life is more crucial than ever if we want to create prosperous economies and a healthy planet. However, we are facing a key challenge: the alarming $360 billion annual deficit in gender-equality measures by 2030.

    Through better understanding of our gender biases, together we can lead as allies in helping to advance women in their STEM careers and build more inclusive, innovative, and fulfilling workplaces.

    This event is open to ALL (members, non-members, male allies, friends, supporters of Women & Hi Tech, etc.).

    Women & Hi Tech will facilitate a robust discussion with a panel of male allies who will speak to their experiences and share perspectives on supporting women in STEM, traversing topics such as inclusion, promotion, advancement, sponsorship, mentorship, feedback, challenging people equally, and how allies in leadership and management positions can support and promote gender equality in the workplace.

    Attendees will walk away with new perspectives and actionable steps on how to serve as allies in the workplace.

    This event will be hosted by the Event Sponsor, Sweetwater, at their location on the west side of Fort Wayne (5501 US Hwy 30 W). 


    The first 30 registrants to arrive at the event will receive a complimentary copy of inclusive leadership trainer, and highly acclaimed author Julie Kratz's Allyship in Action: 10 Practices for Living Inclusively and accompanying Allyship in Action workbook.



    Agenda

    5:30 pm - 6:00 pm – Registration, Networking and Refreshments

    6:00 pm - 6:45 pm – Panel Discussion

    6:45 pm - 7:00 pm – Table Discussions

    7:00 pm - 7:30 pm – Networking and Refreshments

    Meet Our Panel

    Moderator: Michelle Chambers, Councilwoman At Large, Fort Wayne City Council

    Michelle Chambers is a trailblazing leader, who etched her name in history in January 2020, as one of the first two African American women elected to the Fort Wayne City Council. With a commitment to public service that spans over three decades, she has made significant contributions to her community. Currently, she serves as the Co-Chair of the City Regulations Committee, where she plays a pivotal role in shaping and guiding policies. Educationally, Michelle is equipped with a master's degree in Public Administration, which has laid a solid foundation for her impactful career. Additionally, she leverages her expertise as the Principal Consultant at EduStrive, an esteemed position she currently holds.

    It is evident that Michelle is driven by her passion for public service, evident through her notable achievements. She proudly holds the distinction of being a National Urban Fellow, a recognition that speaks to her commitment to nurturing urban leadership and addressing critical issues within this context. In addition, her dedication to fostering positive change has been acknowledged through her status as a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, an honor bestowed upon individuals who exemplify outstanding service.

    Michelle's personal life is equally fulfilling, as she is the cherished wife of Dr. Benny Fair Jr., DPM. Her unwavering dedication to her family and community is a testament to the values she upholds. With Michelle at the helm, Fort Wayne City Council has been fortunate to have a remarkable leader who embodies professionalism, dedication, and compassion. Through her relentless efforts, she continues to make a lasting impact, paving the way for future generations.

    Fox Campbell, Agile Coach, Ninety.io

    Fox Campbell is an Agile Coach with Ninety.io assisting in the development/management of software designed to help teams build great companies. A Fort Wayne native, Fox has served various roles with local businesses such as Parkview Health, Orthopedics North East, and Sparq (formally Rural Sourcing). During his time in healthcare Fox rose through the ranks starting as tech support, became team-lead of tech support, and finally the cybersecurity system administrator before shifting his focus towards management. The last 5 years Fox has been a senior consultant in project management working with startups as small as 10 people to some of the largest Fortune 500 companies, most notably UPS, always advocating for the equal treatment of all genders.

    Fox holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Master’s in Business Administration, both from Purdue University.

    Omar Habayeb, Director of Skills and Pathways Programs, TechPoint

    Omar Habayeb is a visionary leader in the Indiana digital economy, championing skills-based hiring and informed optimism. With over a decade of experience working remotely, he has honed his expertise in communication, leadership, data analysis, research, and technical skills to drive meaningful change. Currently serving as the Director of Skills and Pathways Programs at TechPoint, Omar collaborates with employers to identify crucial tech roles and develop skills-based initiatives that bolster the tech sector's growth in Indiana.

    Omar's career is marked by significant contributions to various educational and technological institutions. His tenure at Martin University as Director of Institutional Research involved leading data collection and analysis efforts to support decision-making and planning. At Colorado Christian University, as Data & Analytics Manager, he played a pivotal role in developing data-driven solutions across the university.

    His work at Cleary University and Midwest Technical Institute further underscores his ability to leverage data for operational improvement and strategic decision-making. At Harrison College, Omar led data and research programs, pioneering innovation in higher education. His roles have spanned from managing online learning divisions to directing admissions, where he developed strategies for recruitment and program implementation.

    With a Master's in Organizational and Professional Communication and Development and a Bachelor's in Political Science and Communication from Ball State University, Omar is a well-rounded professional dedicated to advancing Indiana's tech community. His leadership is characterized by a commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and the empowerment of underrepresented groups in technology. Omar Habayeb is a transformative force in the tech industry, driving innovation, and talent development with a forward-thinking approach.

    Zach Sauder, CPA, CGMA, Partner, Finance & Accounting Services, Katz, Sapper & Miller

    Zach Sauder is a partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Fort Wayne office and leads the firm’s Outsourced Finance & Accounting Services Group. From day-to-day accounting functions to CFO advisory services, Zach transforms back offices by utilizing the latest technologies and streamlining accounting processes, providing clients with accurate and timely financial reporting. He leverages this data to provide strategic business analyses and insights to his clients, helping them navigate challenges and make forward-thinking decisions for their businesses.

    As a member of KSM’s male allyship program, Zach believes it is critical for men to foster a work environment of respect and equity in which everyone is celebrated, respected, and given a voice. He is an ongoing learner of how males can better advocate for, and be better allies to, women and other underrepresented groups.

    Zach received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and finance from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. He has earned the Chartered Global Management Accountant® designation and has training in lean manufacturing and operations as well as talent management. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Indiana CPA Society (INCPAS), and Financial Executives International (FEI).

    An active leader in the Northeast Indiana business community, Zach serves as treasurer for Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Indiana; previously served on the leadership cabinet for INCPAS; and served as membership director and vice president of programming for FEI’s Fort Wayne chapter. He is also a graduate of the Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana’s Leadership Institute; a recipient of a Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly Forty Under 40 award; and a recipient of the David A. Bobilya Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership Award.

    **By registering for this event, you acknowledge that you may be photographed, videotaped, and/or audio-taped during the course of this event and hereby give permission for your image, and/or voice to be used in education, training, promotion, advertisement, and/or trade and communications media by Women & Hi Tech in any and all media outlets throughout the world, without restriction as to frequency or duration of usage.**

    ***PLEASE NOTE: Women & Hi Tech event registration, including any and all associated registration fee(s), is non-refundable and non-transferable. ***

    • 05/15/2024
    • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 4790 W. 16th Street Indianapolis, IN
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    Women & Hi Tech has a wonderful day of fun, inspiring and motivational activities planned for members and guests at our biennial Spring Networking Event! Please join us at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 15, 2024. 

    The all-day agenda includes a focused networking game, a panel discussion on the future of STEM education, and a powerful keynote address. To conclude the program, we will honor Women & Hi Tech’s 25 years of supporting women in STEM professions with a birthday celebration and tribute to the successes of all our alumni, who we’ve poured into, and our past and current Board members. Then, spend the afternoon networking with members and friends, watch race practice, and explore the garages where you can meet racers and their crews

    The dress code for the event is casual. However, if you plan to visit the garages, no shorts or open-toed shoes are allowed.

    This event is open to Women & Hi Tech members and non-members. Member discount pricing ends April 2nd. General registration will continue through April 22nd at 7pm. To ensure there is time for ticket distribution, the last day for ticket sales is April 22nd.

    IMS does not permit electronic tickets and there will be no day-of ticket pick up.

    • Women & Hi Tech will offer pick up of your tickets between April 29th and May 10th.
    • You may pick up your ticket or ask someone else to do so at either Katz Sapper & Miller on Indy's Northside, or Salesforce Tower on Monument Circle.
    • Tickets will be available for pickup from 9am-4pm.

    Please select which pickup location you prefer during registration.

    Program (Attend any or all of the events with your paid registration.)

    • 10:00 am – 11:00 am General Registration
    • 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Garages Open, Practice Runs on Track, Experience the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    • 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Networking Trivia Game
    • 12:00 pm – 12:10 pm Welcome
    • 12:10 pm – 12:30 pm Grab Your Boxed Lunch and Have a Seat*
    • 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Forum: The Future of STEM Education in Indiana
    • 1:40 pm – 2:20 pm Keynote Speaker
    • 2:20 pm – 2:30 pm Break
    • 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Happy Birthday Women & Hi Tech and Alumni Tribute
    • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Garage Self-guided Tours
    • 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm Wine and Chat in the Pavilion

    *Meal ordering is not yet available--we will contact you separately to get your order should you register now.

    Arriving late? No problem. Pick your lunch up when you arrive. Eat in our pavilion, outside while watching the practice runs, or take it with you.

    IMS Protocols

    IMS requires paper tickets for entry. Ticket distribution will be conducted April 29-May 10 only. You will need to pick up your ticket or arrange for your ticket to be picked up for you. We will reach out to registrants with more details and a reminder closer to the event.

    IMS also requires each registrant to sign a waiver. Please read the waiver by clicking this link. When you register, you will select the checkbox acknowledging that you read and agree to the waiver. You may be asked to complete the waiver again on-site the day of the event depending on IMS protocols.

    Terms of Participation:

    ·   Member discount registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. General registration are non-refundable but may be transferred. Lunch selections cannot be changed after April 29th.

    ·   By registering for this event, you acknowledge that you may be photographed, videotaped, and audio-taped during the course of this event and hereby give permission for your image, and voice to be used in education, training, promotion, advertisement, or trade and communications media by Women & Hi Tech in any and all media outlets.

    • 10/03/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Indiana Roof Ballroom 140 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204



    On October 3rd, 2024, Women & Hi Tech will host our signature biennial event, the Leading Light Awards (LLAs). Add this event to your calendar by clicking "Add to my calendar" above and to the right!

    This prestigious event recognizes women of achievement in STEM who have made great innovations in their industries, and have shown qualities of expertise, professionalism, leadership, service, courage, and tenacity as they built their careers. Women receive awards for excellence as mentors, risk takers, and more. We also award scholarships during this ceremony, as do our sponsors. We would be delighted to have you and your organization join us for this remarkable evening at the Indiana Roof Ballroom!

    The theme of this year’s event will be focused around Women & Hi Tech’s 25th Anniversary celebration! Our silver jubilee will recognize our founders who planted a seed in Indianapolis a quarter of a century ago to elevate women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)!

    Scholarship applications and award nominations for this event are open NOW through July 1! Please click here for more information.

    We invite organizations throughout Indiana to become a sponsor for the 2024 Leading Light Awards. There are several Leading Light Awards (LLA) sponsorship opportunities. This includes supporting a portion of the LLA event such as a Signature, Media, Table, Bar, Treats, and In-Kind Sponsorships. Additionally, there are opportunities to sponsor a scholarship or a grant for professional development.

    The 2024 Leading Light Awards, with an expected attendance of around 700 guests, is an outstanding opportunity for your organization to gain, maintain, and/or enhance brand recognition as an Indiana STEM trailblazer, to meet and/or connect with other leading STEM organizations, companies, and professional individuals in Indiana, and to celebrate and inspire your employees, clients, and customers.

    For a list of Women & Hi Tech corporate sponsors and/or past Leading Light Awards sponsors, please visit: https://www.womenandhitech.org/sponsors.


Past events

02/22/2024 Fort Wayne Women in STEM Meetup
01/20/2024 Community Event: STEM Activities with Girl Scouts & Every Girl Can STEM
12/20/2023 ClickSide Chat: Planning for Generational Wealth: Save, Spend, Grow, Protect, Give
12/12/2023 Holiday Networking Event: Mingling With Intent
11/29/2023 Fort Wayne Holiday Party
11/16/2023 Partner Event: YPCI Wonder Women Speaker Series 2023
11/15/2023 ClickSide Chat: Scam Protection and Recovery Tips for the Holiday Season
11/02/2023 Executive Women's Forum: The Science Behind Alzheimer's
10/18/2023 ClickSide Chat: Estate Planning Basics
10/14/2023 Volunteer Opportunity: Celebrate Science Indiana 2023
09/26/2023 Volunteer Opportunity: JA Jobspark 2023
09/22/2023 Women & Hi Tech Fall Retreat 2023
09/20/2023 ClickSide Chat: Leading With Authenticity, Abundance, and Ease
09/14/2023 Community Event: Cocktails at Camp 2023
08/24/2023 Special Edition Executive Women's Forum: Design Thinking Professional Development
08/16/2023 ClickSide Chat: Turning Your Side Hustle Into a Full-Time Career
08/09/2023 Partner Event: Closing the Gender Gap in Sales
07/20/2023 Executive Women's Forum: Connections
06/21/2023 ClickSide Chat: Workplace Male Allyship Open Mic
06/15/2023 Annual Meeting of Members
06/04/2023 Community Event: Boss Babe Brunch
05/17/2023 Fort Wayne Event: STEM Leaders Roundtable
05/17/2023 ClickSide Chat: Navigating the Motherhood Mash-Up
04/29/2023 Networking With Family Spring Event
04/19/2023 ClickSide Chat: Collegiate Perspective on STEM Challenges
03/25/2023 Volunteer Opportunity: ACS Kids Zone 2023
03/13/2023 Partner Event: Python Web Conference
03/08/2023 Community Event: International Women's Day Event by the Indiana Commission for Women
03/03/2023 Virtual Executive Women's Forum: What You Need to Know About AI
03/01/2023 Partner Event: EMPOWERIndy Expo
02/15/2023 ClickSide Chat: Closing the Gap For Youth and the Underrepresented
02/08/2023 You Don't Know What You Don't Know (Fort Wayne Event)
02/02/2023 OperationAll 2023
01/27/2023 Ignite Your Superpower: KIPP Indy Public School
01/18/2023 ClickSide Chat: Women & Hi Tech Feedback Session
12/14/2022 ClickSide Chat: Pursuing Passions Outside Your 9 to 5
12/06/2022 Holiday Networking Event: Let's Go Dancing!
11/16/2022 Partner Event: YPCI Higher Perspectives Wonder Woman Talk
11/16/2022 ClickSide Chat: The Uncharted - Cultivating Resilience in a World of Constant Change
11/15/2022 Virtual Executive Women's Forum: Missing on the Milk Carton: The Latina Voice in STEM
11/12/2022 Networking With Family: Autumn Activities
10/26/2022 Fort Wayne ClickSide Chat: Personal Branding Best Practices
10/19/2022 ClickSide Chat: The Importance of Volunteering
10/06/2022 Leading Light Awards and Scholarship Gala
10/01/2022 Partner Event: Celebrate Science Indiana
09/24/2022 Partner Event: Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Circle the City
09/21/2022 ClickSide Chat: The Value of You! Communicating Your Value in the Workplace
09/20/2022 Volunteer Opportunity: JA Jobspark
08/20/2022 Partner Event: See Yourself In Tech!
08/17/2022 ClickSide Chat: Navigating Your Career as a Woman in Tech
07/20/2022 ClickSide Chat: Psychological Safety
06/28/2022 Community Event: Get On Board!
06/22/2022 Women & Hi Tech Is On The Move in Fort Wayne Part II – Let’s get to know one another!
06/16/2022 Partner Event: Pass The Torch Day
06/15/2022 ClickSide Chat: Connecting In The Workplace
06/14/2022 Annual Member Meeting & Executive Women's Forum: Mental Health
06/05/2022 Partner Event: Boss Babe Brunch 2022
05/19/2022 Spring Networking Event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
05/13/2022 Partner Event: Intertwined: Art and Tech Spring Open House and Artist Reception
05/05/2022 Virtual Executive Women's Forum: Unleashing the Power of LinkedIn!
04/27/2022 Partner Event: Engineer Your Best Self Core Values Workshop
04/20/2022 ClickSide Chat: Invest In YOURSELF: Develop a Professional Network
03/21/2022 Partner Event: Python Web Conference
03/09/2022 Kick Off the New Year by Empowering You: Session 3 - Getting Buy-In
03/02/2022 Women & Hi Tech Is On The Move! Our First Fort Wayne Event
02/25/2022 Special Edition Virtual Executive Women's Forum: A COVID-19 Update With Dr. Vivian Cintron
02/23/2022 ClickSide Chat: Overcoming Unconscious Bias
02/16/2022 Kick Off the New Year by Empowering You: Session 2 - Negotiation
02/15/2022 Special Edition Virtual Executive Women's Forum with Angel G. Henry
01/26/2022 Kick Off the New Year by Empowering You: Session 1 - Personal Presence & Branding
01/19/2022 ClickSide Chat: Goal Setting: Strategizing How To Make Things Happen
12/19/2021 Partner Event: Boss Babe Network Co-Ed Holiday Party
12/16/2021 Partner Event: Women in Tech Higher Perspectives Speaker Series
12/15/2021 ClickSide Chat: Taking Back Your Balance for Improved Well-Being
12/09/2021 Holiday Networking Event: Good Tidings Networking With a Purpose & Member Gift Exchange
11/18/2021 OperationAll:Allies for Equity Virtual Panel
11/17/2021 ClickSide Chat: Personal Branding Best Practices
11/04/2021 Volunteer Opportunity: Conexus Indiana Collegiate Case Competition
10/21/2021 OperationAll: Allies for Gender Equity Panel at Society of Women Engineers
10/20/2021 ClickSide Chat: The Great Job Exodus
10/14/2021 October 2021 Executive Women's Forum - Network Like a Ninja!
10/12/2021 Women & Hi Tech Popup Shop
10/07/2021 Women & Hi Tech Fall Retreat 2021
09/28/2021 Women & Hi Tech's Virtual Book Club
09/22/2021 ClickSide Chat: Digital Body Language
09/18/2021 Partner Event: Girl Scouts Circle the City
09/11/2021 Partner Event: Hope Magazine Fall Launch
08/11/2021 Partner Event: Women's Empowerment Panel
07/09/2021 Partner Event: The Intentionality of Diversity in Tech
06/30/2021 Women & Hi Tech's ClickSide Chat Series - Allyship
06/24/2021 Women & Hi Tech's Executive Women's Forum: Let’s Talk About Your Cyber Hygiene
06/21/2021 Women & Hi Tech's Virtual Book Club
06/14/2021 Partner Event: InnoPower
06/09/2021 Women & Hi Tech's Multicultural Celebration
06/06/2021 Partner Event: Boss Babe Brunch
05/07/2021 Community Event: Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) Power Panel
05/04/2021 Community Event: Optimize Your Business Strategy - Indy CIO Network Virtual Dinner
04/27/2021 Women & Hi Tech's Executive Women's Forum: S.T.E.M. – The “E” is for Entrepreneurship!
04/22/2021 Community Event: Healthcare Businesswomen's Association (HBA) Indianapolis: Don't Smile, You're on Camera
04/20/2021 Community Event: All IT Community Meeting
03/31/2021 ClickSide Chat Series - Interviewing Tips & Best Practices for College Students
03/30/2021 Toast to Women Owned Businesses: Virtual Wine Tasting
03/17/2021 ClickSide Chat Series - Taking Care of YOURSELF Best Practices
03/11/2021 Girl Code: Women in Technology & Computer Science
03/09/2021 Women & Hi Tech's Virtual Book Club
03/08/2021 International Women's Day
03/04/2021 2021 Statewide Summit on Women & Tech: Empower. Engage. Educate
03/03/2021 ClickSide Chat Series - Check-in on your 2021 Goals & Resolutions
02/25/2021 Social Advocacy: Connecting Authentically with Marginalized Populations
02/23/2021 The Extraordinary Impact COVID-19 has had on our Community
02/17/2021 ClickSide Chat Series - What I learned from 2020…
02/11/2021 "Special Edition" Executive Women’s Forum: A Casual, Crucial COVID Conversation with Indiana’s Health Commissioner - Dr. Kristina Box
02/03/2021 ClickSide Chat Series - Work-Life Balance while Working from Home
01/20/2021 ClickSide Chat Series - Virtual Networking Tips and Best Practices
12/10/2020 Women & Hi Tech's Virtual Book Club
12/02/2020 The Women & Hi Tech Virtual Holiday Networking Pajama Party
11/05/2020 Women & Hi Tech's OperationALL: Advocates for Gender Equity
10/27/2020 Flipping the Script on Racism and Women in STEM: The Journey to Equity
10/22/2020 See Yourself in Tech: Get Involved - Tech Equity, Opportunity, and Access
10/20/2020 Third All-IT Leadership Community Webinar with Indy CIO Network
10/01/2020 The Women & Hi Tech 2020 Virtual Leading Light Awards and Scholarship Gala
09/22/2020 Women & Hi Tech's Virtual Book Club
09/22/2020 IndyVolved 15: Uncover the Good
08/04/2020 Race in Tech - Virtual Dinner Event
07/23/2020 Virtual Executive Women’s Forum – A Joint Event – Women & Hi Tech and Executive Women in Finance Indiana
07/12/2020 Boss Babe Bunch 2020
06/24/2020 Mental Wellness for Business: Part II - Is your organizational identity racial or cultural?
06/17/2020 Python Web Conference
06/16/2020 Women & Hi Tech’s #INThisTogether Virtual Spring Networking House Party
06/10/2020 Mental Wellness for Business: Is your organizational identity racial or cultural?
05/27/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - Books on Break: What Do You Recommend?
05/20/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - The Effect of Social Distancing on Your Social Life
05/13/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - Coping Chemistry Cooking Hacks
05/12/2020 Accelerating Change - Strengthening Diversity & Inclusion in the Technology Industry
05/06/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - Managing the Dynamics of Remote Work and Family
04/30/2020 Virtual Executive Women’s Forum – Leveraging the Gift of Feedback
04/29/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - Tech Tips & Tricks
04/22/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - Addressing Job Vulnerability and Loss
04/15/2020 ClickSide Chat Series - Health and Wellness for Women In STEM
03/14/2020 2020 Passport to Hi-Tech--CANCELLED
03/10/2020 Project Product
03/09/2020 Closing the Gap: Indiana's 1st All-Girls STEM School
03/04/2020 Networking With Confidence - a Joint Event Featuring Halle Simpson
02/10/2020 Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis and Marianne Glick Present: An Evening with Dr. Tererai Trent: Empowering the Next Generation of Women
02/05/2020 "Special Edition" Executive Women's Forum Part II - A Double Whammy or Triple Threat: The Disparity of Diversity Amongst Women in STEM
01/23/2020 Women of Skyline: Kicking Off New Year, New Vision
12/04/2019 Women & Hi Tech's Holiday Networking Event
11/18/2019 Women & Hi Tech's Executive Women's Forum: Putting Confidence and Self-Worth Into ACTION!
11/12/2019 Women’s Speaker Series: Ignite Your Journey – Finding the Path that’s Right for You
10/30/2019 Women In Energy Conference
10/28/2019 Get On Board
10/22/2019 Women & Hi Tech's OperationALL - Lead Like an Ally
10/21/2019 Lessons from Female Leaders in Hi Tech
10/10/2019 Pass the Torch for Women - Ignite The Torch Annual Awards
09/26/2019 Women & Hi Tech's Fall Retreat at The French Lick Resort
08/22/2019 Ignite Your Superpower!
08/17/2019 SQLSaturday
08/16/2019 Women & Hi Tech's 20th Anniversary Celebration
07/19/2019 INNOPOWER - A new conference to create Inclusive Innovation Ecosystems in Indianapolis and beyond!
07/13/2019 See Yourself in Tech: Overcoming Impostor Syndrome and Finding Your Place in Tech
06/18/2019 Annual Meeting & Executive Women's Forum - You Are More Than Enough
05/17/2019 INBADD: Indiana Business Analysis Development Day 2019
05/15/2019 Spring Networking Event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
03/22/2019 Women Working in Technology Conference
03/19/2019 Hoosier Women in Tech March Meetup
03/19/2019 Project Product
03/16/2019 2019 Passport to Hi-Tech
03/01/2019 Center of Excellence for Women in Technology Summit
02/20/2019 Executive Women's Forum: Supply Chain and STEM, the Perfect Career Combination
02/06/2019 Leading with Influence - a Joint Event Featuring Julie Kratz
01/24/2019 Women of Skyline: Kicking Off New Year, New Power
12/05/2018 Holiday Networking Event
11/29/2018 Agbioscience Innovation Summit
11/14/2018 Scarlet Lane Brewery Tour - Co-hosted with SWE
11/10/2018 2018 International Food & Wine Experience - Sponsored by SIM-Indy
11/02/2018 Pass the Torch For Women - "Ignite the Torch" Annual Awards Reception
10/31/2018 Executive Women's Forum - Non-Profit Engagement can Propel Your Career
10/04/2018 2018 Leading Light Awards
09/10/2018 Ignite Your Superpower!
06/29/2018 Women & Hi Tech Annual Meeting
05/22/2018 Spring Networking Event - Indiana Fever Basketball Game
04/24/2018 Executive Women's Forum - Sex, Power, and the Workplace: A Candid Conversation
04/24/2018 Pass the Torch for Tech Breakfast
04/14/2018 2018 Passport to Hi-Tech
03/29/2018 Advancing Women and Tech in Indianapolis
02/28/2018 Executive Women's Forum - Mood and Food: The Mind and Emotional Eating
02/01/2018 "Special Edition" Executive Women's Forum - A Double Whammy or Triple Threat: The Disparity of Diversity Amongst Women in STEM
12/06/2017 Holiday Networking Event
09/21/2017 Retreat at French Lick Resort
08/22/2017 Executive Women's Forum - Trends and Transitions - How companies and individuals are evolving with the rise of the information age.
08/17/2017 Ignite Your Superpower!
07/26/2017 Inaugural W & HT/HBA-IN Summer Networking Event
06/06/2017 Executive Women's Forum - Operational Intelligence - Manufacturing, IoT and Advanced Analytics, Oh My!
05/17/2017 Spring Networking Event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
03/18/2017 2017 Passport to Hi-Tech
03/08/2017 Purdue Road School - Transportation Conference & Expo - Women in Leadership Panel
03/04/2017 Remarkable Women of Indiana: Women in Science
03/01/2017 Executive Women's Forum - Investing in Women, Investing in Yourself
12/07/2016 Holiday Networking Event
10/06/2016 2016 Leading Light Awards
08/09/2016 Executive Women's Forum - Get Smart About Data Security
07/28/2016 Mind the Gap: Women in Tech - Hosted by Clear Software
06/23/2016 Executive Women's Forum - Tech Trends and Tales
05/18/2016 Spring Networking Event - Indiana Fever Basketball Game
03/17/2016 Executive Women's Forum - 2020: Preparing for and Taking Advantage of the Multipational Workplace
03/08/2016 Purdue Road School Transportation Conference and Expo
03/05/2016 2016 Passport to Hi-Tech
12/02/2015 Holiday Networking Event at The Mavris Arts & Event Center
11/19/2015 2016 Innovate HER - Innovating for Women Business Challenge
11/12/2015 Indiana Conference for Women
10/01/2015 French Lick Retreat
08/27/2015 Indiana IT Symposium
08/13/2015 Executive Women's Forum - Genius or Genius Maker
07/23/2015 VMUG UserCon
05/12/2015 Spring Networking Event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
04/16/2015 Executive Women's Forum - This is NOT the Career I Ordered!
03/07/2015 2015 Passport to Hi-Tech
02/12/2015 Executive Women's Forum - The Intersection of Hi Tech & Real Life
12/03/2014 Holiday Networking Event at The Alexander Hotel
11/03/2014 Multipliers Workshop
10/21/2014 Indiana Governor's Conference
08/28/2014 Executive Women's Forum - Untethered
08/27/2014 Indiana IT Symposium
06/03/2014 Spring Networking Event - Cupcakes & Corks
05/14/2014 Executive Women's Forum - What do mermaids, unicorns and work-life balance have in common?
03/08/2014 2014 Passport to Hi-Tech
11/18/2005 Operation All: Allies for Equity
09/30/2003 STEM Exploration Day at The Indianapolis Children's Museum

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