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Girls in Tech invite you to 'GIT' Going!

Girls in Tech

Wednesday, May 16, 2007 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

Girls in Tech invite you to 'GIT' Going!
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Event Details

Please join San Francisco's 'Girls in Tech' for our second event.

What: GIT Going!

When: Wednesday, May 16th

Where: Harlot, 46 Minna Street, SF CA

Who: The 'Girls in Tech'

COVER: $10.00 at the door, goes toward venue and production costs, unless otherwise arranged with organizers.

7:00 PM - 7:45 PM: Upstairs at Harlot
--Girls-only networking with a toast by special guest from Athena Von Oech from

--"The GIT 90-Second Business Card Pitch" Maybe we will draw your business card from the fishbowl, and you can tell us all about yourself/your business

7:45 PM – 10:00 PM: Downstairs at Harlot
--ALL Welcome: Please join us for a good old-fashioned mixer downstairs at Harlot, sounds from Harlot house DJ, and light appetizers

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When & Where

46 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Wednesday, May 16, 2007 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

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Girls in Tech

ABOUT GIRLS IN TECH Created in February of 2007, Girls in Tech was founded by technology marketing and PR mavens Adriana Gascoigne and LaurieAnne Lassek. >

> GIT was born to further support girls in an industry that, traditionally, has been primarily, well, mostly full of guys. GIT believes that we¹d all be better off by developing improved resources, cultivating stronger relationships and celebrating our achievements more often.>

> Girls in Tech is an organization which caters to intelligent, professional, and influential young women working in the technology industry. The organization is membership driven and aims to provide tools and information to empower, encourage innovation, inspiration and involvement among its members. At the same time, GIT seeks to collaborate with like-minded men in the industry.>

> Girls in Tech offers a variety of resources to women to supplement and further enhance their professional careers in and around the technology industry. Some of these resources include networking functions, round table discussions, social engagements, and recruitment events.>


> Good Ol’ Girls is a political, professional, and social network for progressive women at every professional stage and from a cross-section of sectors, including politics, government, non-profit, law, technology, the arts, and business. Good Ol’ Girls acts as an exchange and marketplace of resources, career opportunities, events, and ideas through a membership listserv and member-inspired gatherings.>

> Ode to the Bay Area’s progressive nature:>

> The Bay Area is home to numerous amazing Democratic and left-leaning groups. From San Francisco Women’s Political Committee to Women’s Leadership Alliance, from Democratic Women’s Forum to Emerge – these are just a few of the remarkable groups that help promote, support, endorse, train, and advocate for women and progressive women-friendly candidates and agendas. These groups all have a clear purpose, place and need. Good Ol’ Girls was created not to compete with these amazing organizations but to compliment them.
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