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Career	  Opportuni-es	  for	  Women	              in	  High	  Tech	                          Leslie	  Hawthorn	           ...
My	  Background	  
Terri	  Oda	  Security	  So/ware	  Engineer,	  Geek	  Feminism	  Blogger	  
Angela	  Byron	  Drupal	  Developer,	  Trainer,	  Author	                    	  
Belinda	  	  “Dinda”	  Lopez	  Curriculum	  Designer,	  Ubuntu	  Training	  
Robin	  Jeffries	  User	  Experience	  Designer,	  Systers	  
Carol	  Smith	  Program	  Manager	  
Stormy	  Peters	  ExecuNve	  Director,	  So/ware	  Non-­‐Profit	  
Jen	  Redman	  Small	  Business	  Owner,	  Consultant,	  Systers	  
Esther	  Schindler	  Journalist,	  Author	  
Jacinta	  Richardson	  	  Systems	  Administrator,	  Hacker,	  Trainer	  
Deborah	  Nicholson	  Free	  So/ware	  and	  Women’s	  Advocacy	  
Maital	  Ashkenazi	  Genomics	  Researcher	  
Kirrily	  Robert	  Community	  RelaNons	  Manager	  
Sierra	  Michels-­‐SletveV	     Product	  Manager	  
Selena	  Decklemann	                Database	  Administrator,	  	  User	  Group	  Guru,	  Conference	  Organizer	  
Ellen	  Spertus	  Professor,	  Senior	  So/ware	  Engineer	    	  a.k.a.	  “The	  Sexiest	  Geek	  Alive”	  
Sarah	  Sharp	  Linux	  Kernel	  Hacker,	  Gardening	  Geek	  
Noirin	  Shirley	           Technical	  Writer,	  Apache	  So/ware	  FoundaNon	     	  VP	  of	  Public	  RelaNons	  
Carol	  Bartz	  CEO,	  Yahoo	  
Solving	  Interes-ng	  Problems	           Having	  fun	  doing	  it!	  
Thank	  You!	               Leslie	  Hawthorn	             leslie@osuosl.org	                   @lhawthorn	          hawth...
Next	  up:	  	  The	  UlNmate	  Career	  Building	  Opportunity	  Coming	  Soon	  to	  a	  City	  Near	  You	  GRACE	  HOP...
Important	  Dates	  •  March	  15th:	  Submissions	  Deadline	  	  •  June	  1st:	  Registra-on	  Opens	  •  November	  8t...
Opportuni-es	  to	  Par-cipate	  •  Submit	  a	  Paper,	  Panel	  or	  Workshop	  Proposal	  •  PhD	  Forum	  •  Submit	  ...
Next	  up:	  	  NCWIT	  Student	  Group	  Seed	  Fund	  TONIGHT’S	  CHALLENGE:	  CHANGE	  STARTS	  WITH	  US,	  NOW	  
NCWIT	  Seed	  Fund	  •  Na-onal	  Center	  for	  Women	  &	  Informa-on	     Technology	  •  $500	  in	  funding	  for	  ...
Ques-ons	  We	  Need	  to	  Answer	                               The	  Usual	  Stuff	  •  Name	  of	  Organiza-on	  (we	  ...
Ques-ons	  We	  Need	  to	  Answer	                              Let’s	  Get	  in	  Depth	  •  Descrip-on	  of	  Student	 ...
Ques-ons	  We	  Need	  to	  Answer	                      We’re	  Ge6ng	  Really	  Detailed	  Now	  	  •  Describe	  how	  ...
Acknowledgements	  –	  Photo	  Credits	  •    Google	  Nightclub	  -­‐	  Gisela	  Giardino	  -­‐	  h`p://www.flickr.com/pho...
Acknowledgements	  –	  Photo	  Credits	                  (cont’d)	  •    Google	  Holodeck	  Outside	  View	  -­‐	  Search...
Acknowledgements	  –	  Photo	  Credits	                 (cont’d,	  cont’d)	  	  •      Noirin	  Shirley	  -­‐	  XWRN	  -­‐...
Acknowledgements	  –	  Photo	  Credits	              (yes,	  there’s	  more)	  •    Robin	  Jeffries	  -­‐	  Katy	  Dickins...
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This presentation was given to women at Oregon State University to explore the potential career opportunities for women who'd like to work in the high tech field. Basically, an excellent opportunity for me to highlight a few of the amazing women I've met through my career and showcase them as role models to women at OSU planning careers in STEM.

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  1. 1. Career  Opportuni-es  for  Women   in  High  Tech   Leslie  Hawthorn   Oregon  State  University   February  10,  2011  
  2. 2. My  Background  
  3. 3. Terri  Oda  Security  So/ware  Engineer,  Geek  Feminism  Blogger  
  4. 4. Angela  Byron  Drupal  Developer,  Trainer,  Author    
  5. 5. Belinda    “Dinda”  Lopez  Curriculum  Designer,  Ubuntu  Training  
  6. 6. Robin  Jeffries  User  Experience  Designer,  Systers  
  7. 7. Carol  Smith  Program  Manager  
  8. 8. Stormy  Peters  ExecuNve  Director,  So/ware  Non-­‐Profit  
  9. 9. Jen  Redman  Small  Business  Owner,  Consultant,  Systers  
  10. 10. Esther  Schindler  Journalist,  Author  
  11. 11. Jacinta  Richardson    Systems  Administrator,  Hacker,  Trainer  
  12. 12. Deborah  Nicholson  Free  So/ware  and  Women’s  Advocacy  
  13. 13. Maital  Ashkenazi  Genomics  Researcher  
  14. 14. Kirrily  Robert  Community  RelaNons  Manager  
  15. 15. Sierra  Michels-­‐SletveV   Product  Manager  
  16. 16. Selena  Decklemann   Database  Administrator,    User  Group  Guru,  Conference  Organizer  
  17. 17. Ellen  Spertus  Professor,  Senior  So/ware  Engineer    a.k.a.  “The  Sexiest  Geek  Alive”  
  18. 18. Sarah  Sharp  Linux  Kernel  Hacker,  Gardening  Geek  
  19. 19. Noirin  Shirley   Technical  Writer,  Apache  So/ware  FoundaNon    VP  of  Public  RelaNons  
  20. 20. Carol  Bartz  CEO,  Yahoo  
  21. 21. Solving  Interes-ng  Problems   Having  fun  doing  it!  
  22. 22. Thank  You!   Leslie  Hawthorn   leslie@osuosl.org   @lhawthorn   hawthornlandings.org  
  23. 23. Next  up:    The  UlNmate  Career  Building  Opportunity  Coming  Soon  to  a  City  Near  You  GRACE  HOPPER  CELEBRATION  OF  WOMEN  IN  COMPUTING  
  24. 24. Important  Dates  •  March  15th:  Submissions  Deadline    •  June  1st:  Registra-on  Opens  •  November  8th-­‐12th:  Conference  Takes  Place   in  Portland,  Oregon  
  25. 25. Opportuni-es  to  Par-cipate  •  Submit  a  Paper,  Panel  or  Workshop  Proposal  •  PhD  Forum  •  Submit    a  Poster   –  ACM  Student  Research  Compe--on  •  Volunteer  •  Scholarships  Available  
  26. 26. Next  up:    NCWIT  Student  Group  Seed  Fund  TONIGHT’S  CHALLENGE:  CHANGE  STARTS  WITH  US,  NOW  
  27. 27. NCWIT  Seed  Fund  •  Na-onal  Center  for  Women  &  Informa-on   Technology  •  $500  in  funding  for  student  organiza-ons  that   promote  increased  par-cipa-on  by  women  in   compu-ng  and  IT  programs  •  Let’s  Apply!!  
  28. 28. Ques-ons  We  Need  to  Answer   The  Usual  Stuff  •  Name  of  Organiza-on  (we  need  a  name)  •  Name  of  Student  Leader  (this  could  be  you)  •  Email  of  Student  Leader  •  Name  of  University  •  Name  of  Advisor  (we’ll  need  a  le`er  of   support)  •  Email  of  Advisor  
  29. 29. Ques-ons  We  Need  to  Answer   Let’s  Get  in  Depth  •  Descrip-on  of  Student  Organiza-on  (-me  to   write  a  mission  statement)  •  URL  of  your  website  (who’d  like  to  build  one?)  •  Number  of  Members  in  your  organiza-on   (how  many  people  are  here  tonight?)  •  Size  of  your  department  
  30. 30. Ques-ons  We  Need  to  Answer   We’re  Ge6ng  Really  Detailed  Now    •  Describe  how  the  $500  grant  will  be  used   (Outside  speakers?  Pizza  par-es?  What  else?)  •  Number  of  people  served  (how  many  women   a`end  OSU?)  •  Has  this  event  been  held  before  and,  if  so,   were  there  any  successful  outcomes?  •  How  will  par-cipants  benefit?  •  How  will  this  ini-a-ve  be  assessed?  
  31. 31. Acknowledgements  –  Photo  Credits  •  Google  Nightclub  -­‐  Gisela  Giardino  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/gi/457964619/  •  Google  Building  42  walkway  -­‐  Franco  Folini  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/livenature/2132336732/  •  Tes-ng  on  the  Toilet  -­‐  Steve  Jurvetson  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/5055799210/  •  Google  Bike  -­‐  Daniel  Dionne  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/mrzeon/4968669528/  •  GooglePhone  Booth/  Tardis  -­‐  Nan  Palmero  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/nanpalmero/2854120043/  •  Google  Double  Rainbow  -­‐  Patrick  Barry  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/pbarry/4291200080/  •  1999  Google  Rack  -­‐  Nan  Palermo  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/nanpalmero/2854955926/  •  ebay  sign  -­‐  Jason  Tromm  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/tromme`er/66031723/  •  Google  Foozball  mini  kitchen  -­‐  Ma`hew  Ingram  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/mathewingram/3096420097/  •  Master  Plan  Whiteboard  -­‐  Steve  Jurvetson  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/21468536/  •  Google  Lobby  w/  Ikea  +  TV  -­‐  Ma`hew  Ingram  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/mathewingram/3096420093/  •  Google  Garden  -­‐  Valerio  Valerio  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/vdvsx/4053146773/  
  32. 32. Acknowledgements  –  Photo  Credits   (cont’d)  •  Google  Holodeck  Outside  View  -­‐  Search  Engine  Land  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/searchengineland/3570700498/  •  Holodeck  Space  -­‐  dullhunk  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/dullhunk/3712846097/  •  Holodeck  Country  Road  -­‐  Search  Engine  Land  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/searchengineland/3569876649/  •  Stan  T.  Rex  and  Flamingos  -­‐  Steve  Jurvetson  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/1030158311/  •  Ball  Pit  -­‐  Chris  Schrier  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/schrierc/4530273368/  •  Space  Ship  One-­‐  John  Hawley  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/warthog9/3400094598/in/set-­‐72157616139886512/  •  Apple  HQ  -­‐  Wesley  Fryer  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/4689656314/  •  Adobe  HQ  -­‐  Franco  Folini  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/livenature/420776526/  •  Yahoo!  HQ  -­‐  gaku.  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/gaku/670438877/  •  Terri  Oda  -­‐  Simon  Law  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/sfllaw/1314185841/  •  Angela  Byron  -­‐  Simon  Law  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/sfllaw/2382053710/  
  33. 33. Acknowledgements  –  Photo  Credits   (cont’d,  cont’d)    •  Noirin  Shirley  -­‐  XWRN  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/xwrn/5215914093/  •  Sierra  Michels-­‐Sle`vet  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/sierrams/5301207935/  •  Selena  Deckelmann  -­‐  Kirrily  Robert  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/kirrilyrobert/2700065468/  •  Kirrily  Robert  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/kirrilyrobert/2700063966/  •  Carol  Smith  -­‐  John  Hawley  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/warthog9/4860535055/  •  Deb  Nicholson  -­‐  Steven  DuBois-­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/srd2725/4805117750/  •  Stormy  Peters  -­‐  Kirrily  Robert  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/kirrilyrobert/2699246601/  •  Jen  Redman  -­‐  Aaron  Hockley  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/ahockley/3674511568/  •  Carol  Bartz  -­‐  Gail  Carmichael  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/gailcarmichael/5041609463/in/set-­‐72157624932418433/  •  Sarah  Sharp  -­‐  Aaron  Hockley  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/ahockley/3673653331/  •  Jacinta  Richardson  -­‐  Paul  Fenwick  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/pfenwick/3935359869/  •  Facebook  Wall  -­‐  cellanr  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/rorycellan/5267840440/  
  34. 34. Acknowledgements  –  Photo  Credits   (yes,  there’s  more)  •  Robin  Jeffries  -­‐  Katy  Dickinson  -­‐  h`p://blogs.sun.com/katysblog/resource/Hopper/16oct07.RobinJeffries.jpg  •  Dinda  Lopez  -­‐  Dinda  Lopez  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/dindatx/5104047748/  •  Esther  Schindler  -­‐  Julian  Cash  -­‐  h`p://www.flickr.com/photos/juliancash/3758289358/  •  Ellen  Spertus  -­‐  h`p://www.wired.com/culture/lifestyle/news/2001/06/44706  •  All  Grace  Hopper  Conference  artwork  copyright  Anita  Borg  Ins-tute,  used  with  permission  (provided  for  public  use).  •  Most  photos  in  this  presenta-on  are  made  available  under  a  Crea-ve  Commons  license  and  a`ribu-on  has  been  provided  in  these   acknowledgements.  For  other  photos,  I  have  considered  their  inclusion  fair  use  and  cited  the  source  of  the  photo  in  this  sec-on.    All  images  remain   copyright  of  their  respec-ve  owners.  
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