Girls in Tech NYC Spring Mixer @ Kush
Wednesday, May 27, 2009 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
It's been a long, cold winter, but spring has finally made it's first appearance in NYC! Come celebrate with the women of Girls in Tech at the uber-ambient Kush Lounge!
The first 50 people to arrive receive a FREE Smashing Darling T-Shirt.
Special thanks to our sponsors SkinCeuticals and BeautifulStranger.tv
Date: Wednesday, May 27
Time: 6:30 - 9:30pm
Place: Kush Lounge, 191 Chrystie Street (Lower East Side) http://www.kushlounge.com/
Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Featuring Peg Samuel, author of How to be a Social Diva
Peg Samuel, author and CEO of Social Diva Media will be joining us as a
guest speaker. With firmly planted roots in the digital ad space,
working for brand sites such as Weather.com, Disney's Infoseek/Go.com,
ValueClick Media and Travel Ad Network, it was only a matter of time
before she started her own venture.
Since its inception, SocialDiva.com has been featured on numerous press outlets, most notably: E! News, ABC World News, MSNBC and Star Magazine. Peg can now call herself an author too, with her recently published book How to be a Social Diva.
Visit HowtoBeaSocialDiva.com to learn more about this book and grab your copy ahead of time!
Featuring Dina Kaplan, co-founder & COO of Blip.tv
Dina Kaplan is co-founder and COO of blip.tv, an online television network focused on monetizing and promoting original content. Dina honed her keen insights and vast knowledge of broadcasting and journalism through her experience as an Emmy-winning reporter, MTV News producer and earlier on, in public affairs as well.
A stellar background of achievements makes her a welcome addition to several committees, most notably: as a Webby Awards judge, the board of the Socrates Society, and as an advisory committee member for the Women's Media Center. Dina is also the founder of the New York Founders Club, a group dedicated to promoting the start-up community in New York City.
Job seeker? Talent seeker?
Looking for a job or new project? Just look for the "Talent Seeker" name tags and introduce yourself to start the conversation in a relaxed environment. We'll have a listing of the open roles available for download shortly before the event, so you know just who you need to talk to.
Looking for new talent? Email Tommy Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your contact info and open roles listed in the PDF.
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Girls in Tech
Since its inception in February 2007, Girls in Tech’s main focus is empowering, educating and elevating the status of women in the technology field. Local Girls in Tech chapters engage the local community of women in the technology industry, as well as highlight the specific industry concerns in each geographic region.
The NYC chapter of Girls in Tech seeks to enrich the experience of women in technology in the thriving New York tech community.