Attending GHC 2015? Stop by the Community Fair!

Attending GHC 2015? Stop by the Community Fair!

The Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing (GHC) is just around the corner, where thousands of women technologists will convene to celebrate their accomplishments and support each other’s endeavours. The three-day conference always leaves attendees with a feeling of inspiration and excitement – at, we call this the “Grace Hopper Effect.” The GHC effect will linger well after the conference is over, but you might be wondering — how do I stay engaged and connected beyond the Friday night celebration?

To help answer that question, we’re introducing the first-ever Community Fair at GHC this year!

The Community Fair offers you the chance to interact with communities, alliance partners and other nonprofits dedicated to changing the ratio and addressing issues that impact women in tech. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn how you can stay involved long after GHC 2015.

Stop by anytime during the three days of GHC to hear from special guests from the tech industry and from our communities at the two Town Halls. Mix and mingle with GHC speakers at the Speakers Corner.

And be sure to stop by the booth in the heart of the Community Fair to learn about our other programs and initiatives (including, of course ABI.Local) – and score a GHC t-shirt for a small donation!

You’ll find the most updated schedules for the Community Fair in the GHC mobile app and layout in our Career and Community Fair Guide.

Community Fair Participants

African Women in Computing
Anita’s Quilt
Arab Women in Computing
Asian Women in Computing
Best of Systers
Black Women in Computing
Chinese Women in Computing
Diversity in Action
Feminist Hack ATX
Filipinas Women in Computing
GHC Community
GHC Open Source Community
Indian Women in Computing
Internet Society ISOC
Latinas in Computing
Lean In CS&E Circles
National Association of Women MBAs
Native American Women in Computing
Pass It On Awards
Peace Corps
Rosetta Commons
Student ResearcHers
Turkish Women in Computing
Underrepresented Women in Computing
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Women in Cybersecurity & Privacy
Women in Government


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