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Women in Tech: The Power of Mentorship

October 24 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm UTC+0

Join us for the opportunity to learn how mentorship can positively impact your personal and career journey. During the panel discussion, hear from mentors and mentees and how they’ve overcome obstacles and grown during the process. You will use what you’ve learned from the panel discussion to develop your own plan for mentorship during the activity portion of the evening. 




Panelists:



  • Melissa Bouchard: Co-Founder/CEO at Fusion3 Consulting

  • Sarah Eltinge: Data Engineer at Rhode Island Quality Institute

  • Ashley Urritia: Software Engineer at Johnson and Johnson

  • Carly Craver: Practice Facilitator at Rhode Island Quality Institute




This event will be held from 4:30 – 6:30 pm on October 24th in the Trilix Training Room at Tech Collective. Light Refreshments will be provided. 


Please contact Amanda Roman for the member discount code or for ticket packages: amanda.roman@tech-collective.org or 401-521-7805 ext. 106.


Students can attend this event for free by purchasing a ‘Student’ ticket. Please use your school email to register to verify your placement.




Who does WIT serve: As women are still under-represented in the technology industry, the WIT initiative is intended to assist women through their technology journey. We strive to create an inclusive and non-judgmental environment allowing for introspection and growth.


Venue

Tech Collective
188 Valley Street, Providence, RI 02909, Providence, RI 02909
Providence, RI 02909 US
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All events and trainings held in the Trilix Training Room at Tech Collective at 188 Valley St. in Providence.

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