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Friday, September 20 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Women in Tech - Latina Tech Entrepreneurs

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Latinas in Tech are hard (if not impossible) to find. Come meet the top Latinas in technology, join their journey and learn how you can help them start a movement of Latina Founders. Perhaps you can even join their ranks!

Moderators
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Adrian Carrasquillo

Breaking News Reporter, BuzzFeed
Adrian Carrasquillo is a Breaking News Reporter at BuzzFeed. The site is growing its breaking news team and working to figure out how breaking news can and should work on the social web. Previously, Adrian was the social media manager and an editor/reporter for NBC Latino, an English-language news site from NBC News he helped launch. As the architect for its social media platforms, including strategy, daily execution and advising the... Read More →

Speakers
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Jennifer Arguello

Executive Director, Latino2
Jennifer who is a Silicon Valley native and dual citizen of Costa Rica and the United States. She is an accomplished speaker and principle brain trust for women in technology and Latinos in STEM. She has a background in programming that includes a BS in Computer Science from UC San Diego and brings to the table over a decade of experience in technology. She has contributed ideas and purpose to companies creating products from mobile apps to the... Read More →
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Sarah Esper

CTO/CPO and Co-Founder, ThoughtSTEM
I am currently a 4th year PhD student at UCSD in Computer Science focusing on Computer Science Education. I have also Co-Founded ThoughtSTEM, a company dedicated to teaching 8-18 year olds programming using a project-based curriculum. I am passionate about finding effective ways of teaching programming to younger students in schools, as part of other programs and on their own at home.
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TANYA MENENDEZ

CMO, Maker's Row
Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Tanya studied technology and its socioeconomic impacts on rural economies at UCSD. Conducting a number of studies on financial technology advancements in Oaxaca, Mexico, she co-authored “The Economics of Migration”, published by the University of California. Shortly thereafter, Menendez joined the Google Strategy and Integration group advising on internal system operations. In 2011 Menendez... Read More →


Friday September 20, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Herbert Hoover

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