Women in Wireless Special Interest Group

Premier Sponsor

Executive Sponsor

New Year, New Beginnings:

Navigating Career Changes for Women

February 7, 2019

6:00 – 8:00 pm

Location: Atlanta Tech Park

We often find ourselves in career jams – should we look for new opportunities or stay where we are, can I move into a different path, is it a good time to be open to new opportunities? The list could go on. We have a panel of speakers lined up to take on questions just like this that we’ve all had at one time or another.

Vision

Women creating a new generation of Female Technology Thought Leaders.

Mission

The mission of Women in Wireless is to connect, inspire, and empower women thought leaders in the wireless industry. This includes all innovative technology fields such as, but not limited to IoT, mobile, AR/VR, Smart Cities, CyberSecurity, Heathcare, FinTech, Retail Tech, Big Data, wearables, video and digital media.

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Women in Wireless Co-Chairs

Caroline Dunn, Past-President, Wireless Forum
Melissa Sorrentino, Co-Chair, Women in Wireless

Founding Members

Diane Estner, DANNI Enterprises
Alecia Bridgwater, MBA, Consumer & B2B Product Marketing Leader: Mobile, IOT & Wearables
Alesia Booth, CA-AM, Sales/Strategic Alliances/Global Channels
Elizabeth Simpson, Founder/Consultant at ESC Technology, LLC
Reina Lingle, Founder, Data Analytics Manager - Social Matters Management
Stephanie Foster, Product Manager, Fiserv
Kayla Merritt, Digital Marketing, Arke Systems, LLC
Janine Whiteman PMP, IT Product Manager
Sabina Saksena, Founder/CEO at Cytilife, Inc. Building Smart Campuses. Entreprenuer AI and IoT
Katharine Rutherford, Biz Dev, stable | kernel
Kit Johnson, Chief Revenue Officer and Co-Founder at PrivOps
Neeli G. Shah, Founder at The Law Offices of Neeli Shah, LLC

Our Service Projects

Our service projects are aligned with our vision of creating a the next generation of Female Technology Thought leaders.

March 24, 2018 – We taught 13 middle school and high school girls to build their own Google Home voice assistants to take home. Sponsored by GSMA.

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June 30, 2018 – We partnered with GSMA to teach 23 middle school girls to build and code their own Kano Computers. Each student built a Kano computer (to take home) and coded one art project to present to peers and parents.

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Code of Conduct for Women in Wireless

  1. Women empowering women. No sabotaging. No backstabbing. No drama.
  2. We are an inclusive organization, and accept all women that are fabulous regardless of age, race, or lifestyle.
  3. All ideas proposed will be assigned to the original proposer to lead and execute the idea.
  4. Women are welcome at all events, and men can attend if they are a guest of a female member.
  5. All members must actively participate in our events.
  6. No harassment, physical, emotional, or otherwise.
  7. We place the integrity of professional competence above our own interests.
  8. We act with integrity, competence, and respect.
  9. We collaborate and share relationships, ideas and knowledge beyond boundaries.
  10. We seek and integrate a diverse range of perspectives, people and ideas.