Tag Archive: Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner

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    by Angie Chang

    Key Takeaways From The Atlassian Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner

    BizeeBee’s Poornima Vijayashanker suggested that “women need to get more comfortable with making the ask.”

    By Emily Gonzales (CTO, Bookigee)

    The panel at the 29th Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner hosted by Atlassian was an impressive mix of admirable women drawn from the online media, venture capital and SaaS sectors of technology.

    Rather than focus on a specific issue facing women in technology today, the panelists discussed various topics and provided insightful advice for the 100+ women in attendance.

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    by Angie Chang

    From Individual Contributors To The COO, Women Make An Impact At Salesforce’s Girl Geek Dinner

    Women represent nearly every level of leadership at Salesforce, from business to technical roles, inspiring others to strive towards that goal.

    By Courtney Mayeda (MBA, UCLA Anderson)

    Upon entering the expansive One Spear Street, we were greeted by the many smiling faces of Salesforce’s Women in Technology group, sporting their nifty red t-shirts. The space offered not only drinks and delicious food, but also the opportunity to experience demos of the expansive Salesforce product offerings.

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    by Angie Chang

    Inspiration From Women Leaders In Tech From SurveyMonkey’s Girl Geek Dinner

    Women are the buying power of the economy, and are increasingly moving into leadership positions in tech, but what helped them achieve their success, and what did they learn about scaling a business?

    By Courtney Mayeda (MBA, UCLA Anderson)

    From candied apples to the photo booth to the cute stuffed monkeys serving as centerpieces, the event was a delight. However, it was the panel of women leaders at SurveyMonkey’s Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner that absolutely stole the show.