Human Resources, Oracle News | April 30, 2019

2019 IEEE Women in Computing Summit

By: Guest Author


By Evelyn Mei, Oracle Product Strategy Manager

The IEEE Women in Computing Summit combines engaging and inspirational speakers with diverse and interactive topics. It will offer a unique opportunity to learn and network with developers, researchers, and leaders from Silicon Valley.

This year, Oracle will be hosting around 20 distinguished speakers and 150+conference attendees at its Santa Clara Campus.

The conference covers a wide range of topics. Attendees will hear the latest development in Digital Twins, Security Design, Artificial Intelligence, Cancer Research as well as Quantum Computing from female leaders at Oracle, Intel, Qualcomm, and several other industry-leading companies. Distinguished panelists will discuss and share their knowledge and experience about career development and entrepreneurship. At the networking reception and throughout the day, attendees will also get the opportunity to network with female minds, learn and inspire each other.

When: Thursday, May 09 2019,  8:00am – 7:00pm
Where: Oracle Auditorium, 4030 George Sellon Circle, Santa Clara, CA 95054

Click here to book your ticket today!

The ticket sales will support STEM promoting activities organized by IEEE WIE Santa Clara Valley chapter in the Bay Area.  Follow the speaker link, have a look at the program and book your ticket today here!

Keynote speaker:

Mary Ellen Kassotakis

Executive Director, Oracle Women's  Leadership

As a global initiative, the Oracle Women’s Leadership mission is to develop, engage, and empower current and future generations of Oracle women leaders to foster an inclusive and innovative workforce. As of September 2018, there were 96 OWL Communities in 46 countries.

The 2019 IEEE Women in Computing Summit is organized by IEEE SCV-WIE, Oracle Women Leadership, IEEE SCV-YP, and IEEE Computer Society. 

Book your ticket today!


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