We will host our annual Women of Vision awards banquet May 5, 2016. We give three ABIE Awards at this banquet: Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Student of Vision. Nominations for these awards close December 14, 2015. Find out more about the awards.
Fast Company’s article offers coverage of GHC 2015 and examines why it is so important to offer support to women in tech.
ABI was disturbed to learn that Houston voters defeated an anti-discrimination ordinance. We are taking steps to address the issue and plan accordingly for the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration.
One of the compelling sessions I attended at GHC15 was the Beyond Growth Hacking Session. Panelists were: Winnie Wang(Airbnb), Molly Long(Uber), Miri Pruzan(Facebook), Erica Lockheimer(Linkedin), Vivian Qu(Pinterest). (Notice that I have used the colors of the panelists’ shirts in the photo to highlight their names accordingly. I’ll use the same colors in further mentions of their names.) Hosted by […]
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At GHC 2015, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg shared advice which helped her get through difficult times: every day, write down three things you did well.
Houston is hosting GHC again in 2016. Read about the many factors that led to this decision and why we are so excited to return to Texas.
This week marks week two post GHC! I hope at this point, you’ve made contact with others you happened to meet at the conference and have established a connection. This week, we will focus on post GHC interviews. At this point, companies should be…
GHC 2015 broke records with 12,000 attendees. See what makes GHC so popular and how it continues to have a positive impact on the tech world.
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Like a Boss. I hope you enjoyed your time in Houston. I also hoped you met, networked with and connected with a lot of female technologists! This week is follow up week AKA the most important week of the year. Don’t let all of that networkin…