On behalf of Stanford University, our Co-Sponsors, and our entire team of Directors, we are pleased to announce:
Inspiring Women to Empower Computer Science
Stanford's 2nd annual conference on women in technology
Details on our website info page.
In a one-day symposium for Stanford/high school students and Bay Area technologists, we will:
1. Brainstorm the barriers separating women from technology and catalysts to overcome them,
2. Facilitate a collaborative, focused forum that produces concrete action goals,
3. Hear the stories of successful women technologies who inspire us all.
Keynote Addresses by
Marc Andreessen, Co-Founder, Andreessen-Horowitz & Netscape
Mike Schroepfer, CTO, Facebook
Thank you to our sponsors & partners!
More info at sheplusplus.stanford.edu.
Registration is from 9am-9:45am
10:00am-10:30am Opening Address
10:30am-11:15am Career Panel
11:15am-11:30am she++ Documentary Presentation
11:30am-12:45pm Design Thinking Workshop
12:45pm-2:00pm Mentoring Lunch
2:15pm-3:00pm Student Panel
3:15pm-4:00pm Keynote Address
- Cost of registration includes admission to all events, lunch, and conference swag.
- Stanford and high school students MUST provide valid school/college ID to be admitted.
WHAT IS she++?
Founded in January 2012, she++ was Stanford's first conference on women in technology. In April 2012, we hosted a lineup of insirational women in tech and 250+ attendees on Stanford's campus. After positive feedback from attendees, mentors, and the press, we have decided to expand she++ into a full-fledged community for women in technology. We inspire women to empower computer science through a number of initiatives, including conferences, a documentary, and an online mentorship program. Learn more about our community and momentum via this video from our founders.
When & Where
Director of Speakers: Darren Hau
Director of Design, Tech & Social Media: Michelle Pan
Director of Networking: Jacklyn Trejo
Director of Funding and Partnerships: Kylie Poppen
Director of Logistics: Helen Hastings
Speakers and Networking Intern: Rachel Mellon
Director of Mentorship: Hilary Paige Ive