Women in Technology Conference - The most important event for women in technology.

With the gender gap in the technology field, it is more important than ever to raise awareness of the contributions of women in technology and get more women into the field at an early age.

At the annual Women in Technology Conference, executives, entrepreneurs, and technology thought leaders will converge to make things happen. The conference offers professional development for attendees, an opportunity to advance skills, network with peers and be inspired by women who are making an impact in the IT industry.

Professionals can attend a fireside chat, keynote speakers, panel presentation, and have lunch with like-minded professionals. Featured speakers talk about topics like artificial intelligence, data science, coding, security, software engineering and more. Attendees will also be motivated and inspired by stories about women and their success and advancement in business and in life.


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Women in Tech Louisville Conference

​​​​​​​December 4, 2018
8:30 am - 3:30 pm

225 East Breckinridge Street
Louisville, KY 40203

Price $55 (Lunch provided)

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 Phenomenal Women in IT

If you know of a woman in IT, who has inspired or mentored you and created her own path and a place for herself in the IT world, please tell us more about her at womenintechnologylouisville@gmail.com. We would like to recognize and invite her to this event!  

 Volunteer today
​​​​​​​Active Involvement will inspire you to be at the top of your game,
give you confidence, and network with other amazing women in IT!
Use the contact section or mail us @ womenintechnologylouisville@gmail.com



 Digital Transformation and How IT Can Be the Key to Success - Keynote Cathy Harris, USAA Bank
 How to Climb The IT Corporate Ladder and Beyond- Haleh Karimi, Sullivan College & Dr. Sharon Kerrick, Bellarmine University
 Big Data and IT Trends- Sarika Attal, Papa Johns
 The Importance of Male Allies- Mike Nettles, Papa Johns; Tom Cooper, Humana; Amy Schroeder, Kindred; Trina Spalding, Hillard Lyons
 Finding and Opening New Pathways to a Career in IT- Crystal Adkins, Caitlin Cambron, Interapt; Donna Reed, Sullivan
 Digital Inclusion: Empowering Women in IT, Grace Simrall, Louisville Metro Government
 If + Then is for More Than Just Code, Cyndi Masters, DBS Interactive
Conclusion and Where do We go Now, Desire Thayer, UPS; Anna Kepshire, KEP Training