Women in Identity - Diverse Perspectives in Identity & Conclusion
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 TIME: 18:00 -22:00
Topics of the Evening:
#1 How To Write a Conference Proposal
Writing a conference proposal can be intimidating, and if you're rejected, you are rarely ever given feedback on how to make your proposal better. Join Sarah Cecchetti, an experienced conference speaker who has worked her way up from presenting at small meetups to being awarded an exemplary submission at RSA Conference and keynoting Identiverse. She will share tips and tricks she has learned over the years from conference organizers and track leads about how to craft your proposal so that it demonstrates your value and expertise.
#2 How To Convert Diversity and Inclusion into Actions
Diversity & Inclusion is one of my core commitments! What does it mean? Do I want to be involved?
- I am not a manger. How can I contribute to creating a diverse and inclusive culture?
- I am a manager. What can I do to create a space of belonging?
If you are facing any of these questions, then join Preeti Rastogi, a D&I advocate from Microsoft Identity team to share her personal journey in Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging.
#3 Career Lifecycle Management, or, ‘Hang On You Want Me To Do What?
Contrary to the well-known adage (we can all think of people who don’t pay taxes, and I for one plan to live forever), I would submit that the only absolute in life is Change. And really, wouldn’t life be boring without it? Come and have a chat with Laura about navigating both personal and professional change over the course of her 20-year history in the IT industry. We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, and if at least one of us doesn’t start singing “Let It Go” at the top of their lungs, Laura hasn’t really done her job right.
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An open forum for women in identity to bounce ideas off each other, collaborate, and gain support. It is our hope that this page will be the beginning steps to provide mentorship, bounce ideas off each other, and push each other to gain the confidence to speak at conferences. The idea is be more visible in the identity community with a whole community of women backing you.
Women in Identity exists to foster new relationships and mentorship between women in our technical field and beyond. We will work towards a world where women already in identity are increasingly visible parts of the community and where women not yet in Identity can join easily and find support and growth. This community will work together to foster the skills, connections, inspiration and community needed to enter this field and to be recognized as a top contributor.
To enable growth for women working in the Identity space. Our community will foster new relationships, create a place for collaboration, and inspire individual advancement with an army of other women supporting you.
- Contact person:
Ms. Lauren Zuber
+49 211 23707725
- Sep 25, 2019 18:00 -22:00 Seattle
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