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Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #34: Sponsored by Klout!

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 5:30 PM (PST)

San Francisco, CA

Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #34: Sponsored by Klout!

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REGISTRATIONS OPEN AT 12 NOON ON WEDNESDAY 2/6!!  

Klout
 and Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners would like to invite you to celebrate Valentine’s Eve with the most influential girl geeks of the Bay Area! ! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at Klout's HQ in SOMA! 

 

The theme of the night will be “embracing your journey.” Enjoy refreshing Kloutinis and +Kocktails as we share who we are, the Klout story, what we’re building, the user paradigm, and what it’s like to be a girl geek at Klout. There will be demos, breakout sessions, plenty of delicious food, and a photo-booth!

 

We're looking forward to seeing you there!

 

Event Hashtag: #KloutGGD

 

Klout Girl Geek Dinner Agenda:

5:30-6:30pm: Registration and Networking over Refreshments

6:30-7:30pm: Intro and Lightning Talks from Klout's Girl Geeks

7:30-8:30pm: Breakout Sessions, Networking, Refreshments and Fun!

 

Meet The Speakers:
 
Melanie Goetz
Melanie Goetz, (Research Engineer)

 

Speaker Bio: Melanie Goetz is a Research Engineer at Klout on the Monetization team, which means she actively uses Hive, MapReduce, and Scala. She studied Linguistics and CS at MIT, and later attended graduate school at UPenn, where she studied CS with a focus on machine learning and natural language processing. In previous lives, she has worked with ATR, Toshiba, ETS, Linguistic Data Consortium, and Oracle.
 
 
Yize Li
Yize Li, (Software Engineer)

 

Speaker Bio: Yize Li has been with Klout since June 2012 as a Software Engineer. She primarily focuses on backend building by applying NLP and Machine Learning techniques to discover users’ influence, interests, and expertise. Prior to joining Klout, she worked with StumbleUpon as a Research Engineer.
 
 
Daisy Liu
Daisy Liu, (Software Engineer)

 

Speaker Bio: Daisy Liu is a CS graduate that hails from the University of Waterloo in Canada. As a software engineer, Daisy is using Backbone.js, HTML, and CSS to build the front-end Klout.com experience. She's also leveraging node.js and MongoDB on the server.

 

Christine Nguyen
Christine Nguyen, (Software Engineer)

 

Speaker Bio: Christine is a Front End Engineer at Klout and a proud UC Berkeley alum. Previously an intern at Klout, she loved it so much that she came back for more. She is Klout’s newest team member.
 

 

Katelin Holloway
Katelin Holloway (Director of People & Culture)

 

Speaker Bio: Katelin joined the Klout team 2 years ago Valentine’s Day. As to be expected, she’s fallen madly in love with the team. Her journey includes a 5 year stint at Pixar Animation Studios, a layover at advertising giant McCann Worldgroup, and surviving a particularly wily bunch of first graders as an elementary school teacher. As for Katelin and Klout, they plan on living happily ever after.

 

Michelle Riles
Michelle Riles, (Lead User Operations Associate )

 

Speaker Bio: Michelle Riles single-handedly manages user operations support at Klout. Before joining the Klout team, she worked with users at the female-centric group coupon site, Plum District. Passionate about creating the best possible user experience, Michelle enjoys bringing smiles to users, one insight at a time.

 

Sahana Ullagaddi
Sahana Ullagaddi (Community Manager)

 

Speaker Bio: Sahana leads Klout’s community and social marketing strategy. She is fascinated by learning about what drives people to build relationships with brands. She is passionate about telling stories, connecting people through technology, and creating user happiness. In the past she has worked with EMC, Sumazi, Boeing, and Unilever. She is also a self-proclaimed laughaholic and inspiration addict.
 
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Klout HQ
77 Stillman St
San Francisco, CA 94107

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 5:30 PM (PST)


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Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners

Google hosted the first Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner in January 2008, inviting 400 girl geeks to enjoy sushi, an open bar, Google schwag, great conversation and even better networking at Charlie’s cafe on the Google Mountain View campus. Events sponsored by Facebook and Yahoo! soon followed. Startups like LOLapps and Polyvore followed suit.

Today, Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners have been hosted by a diverse set of companies including Genentech, Palantir, Microsoft, Citrix Online, Electronic Arts…

The ask is simple — buy dinner and drinks for girl geeks, and give away a piece of co-branded schwag (to extend the lifetime of the event). Invite female speakers in areas of their expertise, from well-known names to the up-and-coming. Encourage networking amongst the girl geeks and recruiting by the sponsoring company. Everyone wins.

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Meet the BAGGD Team!

Sukrutha Raman

Sukrutha Raman Bhadouria (Managing Director of Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners)

After earning her M.S. in Electrical Engineering from USC, Sukrutha now works as a Sr SW Engineer at salesforce.com. Sukrutha is involved in Girl Geek Dinners because she wants to change the world for girls, one geek dinner at a time. Follow her on Twitter at @sukruthasays.

 

Angie Chang

Angie Chang (Founder of Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners)

Angie is currently working as a Director of Growth at Hackbright Academy. She enjoys running the mentor program and finding partner companies for Hackbright. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Women 2.0, a media company which promotes women in high-growth, high-tech entrepreneurship. She has held positions in product management and web/UI production at startups in the Silicon Valley. Angie started organizing Bay Area Girl Geek Dinners in January 2008 and was thrilled when Sukrutha joined the one-woman team at BAGGD in 2011. She holds a B.A. in English and Social Welfare from UC Berkeley. Follow her on Twitter at @thisgirlangie

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