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Tech Never Looked So Good! Tweet For A Free Ticket

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By Danika Patrick (Innovation Lead, AT&T, Foundry)

Join us for a unique night of powerful women and a bunch of laughs!

Join us on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 7pm @ Microsoft in Mountain View for a PanelProv event. Learn from a diverse panel of women in a range of roles from strategy at Fortune 500 companies to serial entrepreneurs, matched up with a once in a lifetime Improv show based directly on the content created during the panel discussion.

Celebrating women of technology, teamed up with local improvisors to bring you insight and humor about diversity, lifestyle, and pant suits.

We aren’t there yet, but women are moving from discriminated-against to sought-after as they continue to prove themselves in some of the most powerful jobs and companies. This a night for celebration and acknowledgement of the technology community for embracing the value of women and the unique roles they play in this community.

How to win free tickets for “Tech Never Looked So Good!”

Tweet the event link (http://eventsofthevalley.com) and a topic you’d like to hear talked about and tag it #eventsofthevalley

Each panelist will choose their favorite and award the ticket!

Speakers include:

  • Carlton Hill (VP, Developer Ecosystem for AT&T)
  • Julie Wilner (Director of Product, Basis)
  • Laura Merling (Developer Strategy for Alcatel-Lucent)
  • Linda Tong (Chief Product Officer, TapJoy)

For more info and to register, click here.

 

Editor’s note: Got a question for our guest blogger? Leave a message in the comments below.

About the guest blogger: Danika Patrick is a Design Strategist at AT&T in the Foundry, their newly opened innovation group in Silicon Valley. At the Foundry, she designs and builds strategic products and services for rapid iteration and commercialization. Danika graduated from Stanford University with a Masters in Product Design and spends her time advocating for user-centered design and radical collaboration. Follow her on Twitter at @justdanika.