Women & Hi Tech exists to change the landscape of women represented in STEM to be equally inclusive to all.
 

Upcoming events

    • 06/05/2022
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Vision Loft 235 N Delaware St. Indianapolis

    Boss Babe Brunch 2022

    Calling ALL Boss Babes! Don't miss out on the Boss Babe Brunch on Sunday, June 5.

    Boss Babes, grab your best brunch outfit! Because, for FOUR hours, you will be able to network and sip unlimited mimosas alongside some of the most motivated and influential women  in Indianapolis and surrounding areas.

    If you’re returning from last year, prepare yourself for an even better year! Boss Babe Brunch will be held at Vision Lofts, located downtown right off of Mass Ave. We will kick off the brunch with a social hour, where everyone can mingle and enjoy unlimited mimosas. Later, brunch will be served.

    During brunch, several key influential women here in Indianapolis will introduce themselves, tell us about their story, what they do, and share any advice they may have. Women & Hi Tech's President-Elect Dr. Maria Alvim-Gaston will be one of the key speakers sharing some of her professional story and lessons learned.

    More mingling and giveaways will follow after brunch is served!

    Cost: $75 (21+) | $55 (Under 21)

    • Members, use code WHT15 for 15% off the registration price!

    What's included in your ticket price?

    • Catered Brunch
    • UNLIMITED Mimosas for 4 hours (yes, it's true!)
    • Boss Babe Brunch 2022 Gift Bag
    • AMAZING Giveaways
    • Lots of networking opportunities

    Register today and mark your calendar for an awesome brunch!

    • 06/14/2022
    • 3:00 PM - 5:45 PM
    • Girl Scouts Camp Dellwood 7201 Girl Scout Lane Indianapolis IN 46214
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    Annual Member Meeting & Executive Women's Forum: Mental Health

    Join Women & Hi Tech June 14th at this in-person event where we talk about mental health and how we de-stigmatize seeking assistance for mental health issues. We will also conduct our annual member meeting, presenting and then voting on our organization’s 2022-2023 Board of Directors slate! This event will be held at the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana facility, located at Camp Dellwood, (see video of facility) on the westside of Indianapolis.

    After the annual meeting and mental health event, we’ll host a short happy hour for you to meet our guest speakers, network, and peruse the Girls Scouts gift shop!

    Why have we chosen mental health for this topic? In 2020, we saw numerous examples of public figures and/or celebrities experience mental health challenges such as Simon Biles at the 2020 Olympics, Lady Gaga, and Chris Evans (Captain America). In January of this year, Cheslie Kryst, the 2019 winner of the Miss USA pageant and talented entertainment reporter, ended her life. These feelings are not limited to celebrities.  Many of us have personally experienced or witnessed how the impacts of mental health effect wellness.  Some telling statistics are noted below:

     · According to the Office of Women’s Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, women wait an average of four years after the onset of PTSD symptoms before asking for help.  Men, on the other hand, seek assistance an average of one year after PTSD symptoms arise.

     · According to the Women’s Health Research Institute at Northwestern University, women are more prone than men to feel stigmatized for seeking assistance with a mental health issue. Women tend to rely on the opinions of the outside world for their self-esteem much more than men do. As a result, they often avoid having their mental illness treated because they want to prevent others from thinking less of them, which would cause them to think less of themselves. The stigma of seeking treatment for a mental illness is greater among women of color.

    ·  The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), women are also twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with panic disorder (PD), which affects 6 million U.S. adults.

    ·   According to a 2017 report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health, women of color reported feelings of hopelessness, sadness, worthlessness, and like everything is an effort nearly twice as often as white women did.

    ·  In a May 2022 edition of the US News and World Report, recent research published in the Journal of Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking revealed that taking even a brief break from TikTok, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter can ease symptoms of depression and anxiety.

    The importance of mental health has long been downplayed in corporate America as employees were told to “leave their problems at the door.” Mental health challenges such as substance abuse, depression and suicide have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic across all age groups. As a result, we are witnessing more employers offering wellness plans and access to mental health services. We even see colleges leaning in to address issues on campuses! The Indiana University Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences rebranded "Dead Week" – finals preparation week—to “College Care Week,” providing students opportunities to focus on their mental health.

    In short, there has never been a more relevant time to have this discussion and hear from experts that will provide coping tools and ideas.  We hope you can join us!

    Agenda:

    Registration begins at 3:00pm

    3:30 pm: Annual Membership Meeting with announcements and member voting of new President and board slate

    3:45 pm: Program begins

    Presenters:

    • Rhonda L. Bayless, Executive Director, Center of Wellness for Urban Women (CWUW)

      Rhonda L. Bayless, a native of Indianapolis, is the Executive Director and founder of the Center of Wellness for Urban Women (CWUW), a nonprofit organization empowering women and their families living in urban communities to take action in their health and well-being. Our goal is to improve health-related quality of life for women impacted by social determinants of health and other factors.

      She has also worked for over 20 years as an advocate for HIV/AIDS prevention for women and continues to work to employ how the intersection of race, gender, and class impacts the health outcomes for women and girls. Ms. Bayless attended Franklin College and her commitment to the nonprofit sector has allowed her to gain experience through her work at Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, Girls Inc National Resource Center (providing capacity building for their affiliates), and The Damien Center, as the Director of Prevention and Testing. She has sat on national working groups focusing on HIV/AIDS and women, provides support for organizations addressing diabetes and obesity for women, and provided insight and guidance to the National Council on Disability regarding mental health and Black women

      In her personal life, Ms. Bayless is the mother of a 31 daughter and 10year old grandson, a lover of music, especially Prince. Community work is her inspiration and self-care is a way of life after years of body abuse.

    Danielle Ireland, MSW, LCSW

    Prior to her work as a therapist, Danielle Ireland MSW, LCSW, worked as a performer and ballroom dance instructor. Her journey from performer to therapist wasn’t a clearly defined path, but rather a sweaty, awkward, and exhilarating process of step, stumble, fear, learn, repeat. She believes that when we see the best in ourselves, we bring out the best in others.

    She's also the creator of the Unleashing You Program, author of the Treasured Journal, and host of the podcast, Don't Cut Your Own Bangs - the remedy to comparison and feeling like everyone has life figured out but you.

    4:45pm: Program ends, Happy Hour begins

    5:45pm: Happy Hour ends

    • 06/15/2022
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Virtual
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    The Women & Hi Tech ClickSide Chat is a 1-hour online Zoom meeting held for a small group of registered members to virtually interact, connect, and share helpful information, insights, resources, and support. These interactive sessions provide a mid-week touch-point for Women & Hi Tech members to connect, engage, and encourage each other via a moderated discussion format related to a respective topic hosted by Women & Hi Tech Board Members.

    The topic for the June 2022 ClickSide Chat is "Connecting in the Workplace" and will be facilitated by Women & Hi Tech Past President Rebecca Bormann, and Membership Administrator Carol Ganz.  

    Join Rebecca and Carol for a lively discussion about developing meaningful connections at work --- regardless if you work fully remote, in the office or somewhere in between. We would all agree that connection is a crucial component in building a productive, enjoyable, and efficient workplace. And we all know that connected teams drive collaboration, nurture healthy working relationships, promote knowledge-sharing and have more fun. Bring your connection best practices and tips, your favorite team-building stories, and let’s connect and learn from one another.

    Join us virtually June 15th from 4 pm  to 5 pm EST.

    The event is FREE and exclusive to our members.

    Space is extremely limited, and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Once registration is filled, no wait list will be initiated. Registration for ClickSide Chat is required in order to provide you with the final login instructions.

    **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: W & HT event registration is non-transferable. ***

    • 06/22/2022
    • 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
    • Virtual
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    We’re delighted to share that Women & Hi Tech’s first event in Fort Wayne held this past March 2nd at Sweetwater Sound, was a HUGE success! Over 125 registered guests in the Fort Wayne STEM community came together to network, discuss The Importance of Representation in STEM, and connect.  

    Since then, we’ve received several questions from our Fort Wayne women and men in STEM wanting to learn more about Women & Hi Tech, the benefits of becoming a member, and how to get more involved. This event is just for you!

    Join us virtually on June 22nd at 4 pm to learn more about Women & Hi Tech’s history, how we support women in STEM, and inspire and encourage our K-12 girls and young ladies to pursue an interest in STEM and STEM careers.

    If you’re interested in joining the Women & Hi Tech Fort Wayne Sub-Committee, please plan to stay from 4:45 – 5:15pm to learn more about our needs and how you can contribute.

    Agenda

    Hear from incoming President, Dr. Maria Alvim- Gaston, Past President, Rebecca Bormann, Corporate Engagement Director, Hannah Stork, and Secretary, Darcy Lee.

    • 4:00 – 4:35 pm – Women & Hi Tech Mission, History, Events and Member Benefits
    • 4:35 – 4:45 pm - Q&A
    • 4:45 – 5:15 pm -Women & Hi Tech Fort Wayne Subcommittee Discussion & Sign Up

    Please register here to help us keep Women & Hi Tech On the Move in Fort Wayne!

    PS: Regardless of your geography, if you are new to Women & Hi Tech and want to learn more about our organization and its mission, please join us for this virtual session.

    • 07/20/2022
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Virtual
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    Psychological safety is the sense of security to show up as your whole self without fear of repercussions or harm. Some people live their whole lives without the privilege of this safety, while others never question it. What can we do to create safety among ourselves as adults from all backgrounds?

    We invite you to talk more about this concept and share your experiences in our July ClickSide Chat, facilitated by Cynthia Bennett and Amber Peckham. You will walk away with steps to take in the right direction to make yourself and others feel safe.

    The event is FREE and exclusive to our members.

    Space is extremely limited, and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Once registration is filled, no wait list will be initiated. Registration for ClickSide Chat is required in order to provide you with the final login instructions.

    **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: W & HT event registration is non-transferable. ***

    • 09/24/2022
    • Indiana State Museum and Downtown Area
    Blue Circle the City logo with Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and yellow Indianapolis skyline

    Save the Date for Circle the City! 

    During Circle the City, over 2,000 girls and adults will get to participate in hands-on activities at the Indiana State Museum, explore other local museums, and much, much more! Scout Troops from each of the 45 counties in the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana 

    We will share news about all the volunteer opportunities for this event soon, including representing us at the Women & Hi Tech booth!

    For more information about the day or to sign up to as an exhibitor check outwww.girlscoutsindiana.org/circlevendors.

    • 10/06/2022
    • Indiana Roof Ballroom, 140 W. Washington Street

    On October 6th, 2022, Women & Hi Tech will host its signature biennial event, the Leading Light Awards and Scholarship Gala (LLAs). We are so excited it is back in person this year! This prestigious event focuses on celebrating Indiana women, including diverse women, in STEM – women who are risk-takers, leaders, educators, mentors, and those who are changing and impacting our local STEM landscape.

    As we began in the 2020 LLAs, Women & Hi Tech will again honor our male allies and our Diversity Equity and Inclusion Champions at this exceptional event. During the Leading Light Awards and Scholarship Gala, we will also award scholarships and grants to women and girls in Indiana pursuing degrees and/or continuing their education in STEM fields. We would be delighted to have you and your organization join us for this remarkable evening at the Indiana Rooftop Ballroom!

    The theme of this year’s event will be focused on how we are all “In This Together.” The last two years have had impacts on the world that none of us could have imagined. Focusing on how we have come together during these challenging times, particularly in the STEM community, has been encouraging experience and we are hopeful this sense of community and support will only grow going forward.

     Thank you to the Signature Sponsor of the 2022 Leading Light Awards & Scholarship Gala, Eli Lilly & Company!

    Please read more or stay tuned to this site for updated information as we march forward toward the 2022 Leading Light Awards and Scholarship Gala. For general information or questions please contact our LLA Director, Lauryn Andrews, at lla@womenandhitech.org.

    Meet Our Emcee, Jennie Lopez

    Jennie Lopez embodies "Bring Yourself to Work" in everything she does. She empowers diversity and engages employees and organizations to achieve new highs.

    Her superpower? Her authenticity! She realized that her strengths are a combination of her Latinx heritage, passions, and learnings from being a mom. Intentionally using her strengths has been the secret towards her personal and professional successful growth journey.

    Jennie is originally from Puerto Rico and moved to the US to complete her Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering. Her engineering career includes roles in both Manufacturing & Quality (including Site Head roles) and the business side (Global Brand Leader, Sr. Leader & Chief Operating Officer). She is currently the head of Global Recruiting and Talent Acquisition for Eli Lilly and Company. Jennie is also an executive board member for the Organization of Latinx at her company focusing on developing and accelerating Latinx talent. In 2021 Jennie Lopez joined the Board of Directors for Genesis Research.

    In parallel she has also found success in her dancing and fitness careers. Her experiences include: Back up dancer for artists like Julio Iglesias and Ednita Nazario, TV shows, Superbowl Winning NFL Cheerleader/Captain, Fitness Instructor, Presenter and Zumba Master Trainer.

    Jennie is frequently invited as a guest speaker at many local and national organizations and was awarded 2020 Working Mother of the Year. She enjoys making intentional fun memories with her family Brad, Izzie (11), & Ethan (8)- they are the WHY and fuel for everything she does.

    After many years of working hard to hide her unicorn horn she realized that that’s where magic takes place. She is now proud of being an intentional unicorn and empowers all to do the same.

    Instagram: @intentionalunicorn

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/intentionalunicorn/

    Website: https://www.intentionalunicorn.com

    2022 Leading Light Awards Sponsorship  Opportunities

    There are several Leading Light Awards (LLA) sponsorship opportunities. This includes supporting a portion of the LLA event as a Signature, Table, Candy, or Bar sponsor. Additionally, there are opportunities to sponsor a scholarship or a grant for professional development. Women & Hi Tech pledges to award at least $50,000 in scholarships this year.

    Click HERE to view the 2022 Leading Light Awards and Scholarship Gala Sponsorship Opportunities! 

    With special support from our Partners and Friends in the Indiana STEM community, as well as our members, we are committed to award at least $50,000 in grants and scholarships at our 2022 Leading Light Awards.

    Click HERE to view scholarship and award opportunities! Applications are open now. 

    Undergraduate, graduate, and professional development scholarship applications are due July 1st.

    Leading Light Awards nominations are due June 11th.

Past events

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

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