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She's Geeky Bay Area 3

She's Geeky

Friday, January 29, 2010 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 5:30 PM (PST)

She's Geeky Bay Area 3

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Regular 1 Day Fri Ended $75.00 $2.87
Regular 1 Day Sat Ended $75.00 $2.87
Regular 1 Day Sun Ended $75.00 $2.87
Regular 2 Day Fri/Sat Ended $140.00 $4.49
Regular 2 Day Fri/Sun Ended $140.00 $4.49
Regular 2 Day Sat/Sun Ended $140.00 $4.49
Regular 3 Day Fri/Sat/Sun Ended $210.00 $6.24
Late Registration - 1 Day Fri Ended $100.00 $3.49
Late Registration - 1 Day Sat Ended $100.00 $3.49
Late Registration - 1 Day Sun Ended $100.00 $3.49
Late Registration - 2 Day Fri/Sat Ended $185.00 $5.62
Late Registration - 2 Day Sat/Sun Ended $185.00 $5.62
Late Registration - 2 Day Fri/Sun Ended $185.00 $5.62
Late Registration - 3 Day Fri/Sat/Sun Ended $270.00 $7.74
Daughter - 1 day Ended $10.00 $1.24
Daughter - 2 day Ended $20.00 $1.49
Daughter - 3 day Ended $25.00 $1.62
Community Sponsorship $250 - $900 + One Three Day Ticket Ended
Corporate Sponsorship Avaliable - $1000 and up - Please contact us for more information Ended
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Event Details

She's Geeky: Connecting Women in Tech

Bay Area #3

Fri, Sat, Sun  January  29-31, 2010

Computer History Museum, Mountain View.

  • Doors open at 8:15 each day.
  • Agenda Creation for the whole day is between  9am and 10am. 
  • There are 5 - one hour conference sessions durring the day.
  • We close as a group between 5 and 5:30.
  • Evening activities will be on your own. 

Who is invited?

Are you a woman? Are you a Geek?  This event is for you!  We invite women from a diverse array of technological fields and those doing technology within non-technical fields.  This includes:

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Coders / Programmers
  • Product Managers
  • Nonprofit Technology
  • BioTech
  • Open Source
  • Users of Tech tools
  • Gadget Enthusiasts
  • Hardware Hackers
  • Programmers
  • Engineers
  • Video Geeks
  • Gamers
  • .....what ever you think is geeky

All three days will be run the same, begining with group/interactive agenda setting in the morning. Choose which day(s) you'll come based on your schedule.  Choose how many days based on how much community exposure and opportunity you want and need.  Each day will have new things to offer!


You can bring your daughters! We even created a special ticket price for them.  Girls as young as 9 years old have attended She's Geeky with their mothers / aunts / mentors.

Sponsors:  We are actively seeking sponsors please see this page to learn more about levels.


Corporate Sponsors

O'Reilly Conferences blogherSPADA

AdobeMicrosoftPalantirCivicActions EmpoweredSingularity UniversityYahoo! Developer Networkusenix


Community Sponsors

TechnoGirlTalkMentorNetSarah Dopp Consulting

socialmedia.comThe Perfect WordOxford Federal, LLCLandyards Go LightlyBleamNatasha Carlitz dance ensembleipsocietyshaping youthunconferenceLura Dolas

About She's Geeky:

She’s Geeky convenes to inspire women technologists for the future and advance systemic change in tech culture, providing a space to create enduring communities that foster collaboration and innovation among women professionals working in Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

In early 2007 a group of women working in the high-tech sector in the San Francisco Bay Area recognized a need for a gathering space where women who self-identify as geeky could meet in person to support, educate, and share experiences with each other. Although many organizations already existed for women in different areas of technology and as well to encourage girls to pursue careers in such fields, there was no commons area that:

  • brought all  interested individuals and organizations together;
  • supported peer-to-peer learning exchange;     
  • built connections and established relationships across diverse communities and disciplines to support women technologists; and
  • specifically attended to retaining women in technology fields through community

Rather than creating another niche women-in-tech organization, we decided to work with and promote existing activists and organizations, inviting them all to meet at an interactive event called an unConference.

What is an unConference?

Beginning at 9 AM each day, we start with a blank wall and, in less than an hour, with a facilitator guiding the process attendees create a full day, multi-track conference agenda that is relevant and inspiring to everyone there.  All are welcome to put forward presentations or propose conversations.As women register we will be posting proposed topics on our wiki.

If this is an unConference - why does it cost money?

We operate She's Geeky as a not for profit event and raise enough funds to cover the expenses of producing a quality event.  About half (1/2) the cost of putting it on  is covered by ticket sales and half (1/2) from sponsors. Our no-show rate is only 10% vis up to 60% for free camps. We can't provide food economically and un-wastefully if we don't create a contract with attendees to attend. Your payment covers food and a portion of the related venue and event expenses and in exchange we provide a well organized, adequately staffed, engaging event at a reasonable price that is considerably less than regular conferences.  To understand more about this please see our post about money and unconferences. 

Contact and Follow us:

Our main website is www.shesgeeky.org

If you have any questions you can contact us at info@shesgeeky.org

You can subscribe to our BLOG here: www.shesgeeky.org/sg/blog 

You can follow us on twitter @shesgeeky


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When & Where

Computer History Museum
1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043

Friday, January 29, 2010 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 5:30 PM (PST)

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