Welcome! We’re excited to have you with us today for the 2018 Spring Partner Meeting!
At the AnitaB.org Partner Meetings, we discuss strategies that foster a more diverse and inclusive culture where women technologists can thrive and advance into leadership roles.
These meetings offer opportunities to learn from each other and about relevant topics. Your participation demonstrates your commitment to advancing women technologists and helps you network with others focused on action-oriented solutions around gender equity, diversity, and inclusion in tech.
Date and Location
April 26, 2018
8 a.m.—5 p.m. PT
San Jose Marriott
301 S. Market St
San Jose, CA 95113
The focus of the 2018 Spring Partner Meeting will be centered around presenting innovative ideas, strategies, and tactics to help expand the possibilities of where and how our partners source, recruit, hire, and retain technical talent. Building on the work we have done in previous Partner Meetings, we will continue to emphasize the necessity of viewing and addressing such issues through a lens of intersectionality.
Stephanie Lampkin — Stephanie Lampkin, TEDx speaker and former downhill ski racer, has graced the cover of The Atlantic, MIT Tech Review, and Forbes, to name a few. She is the founder & CEO of Blendoor, the artificial intelligence & people analytics system that mitigates unconscious bias in hiring. Blendoor’s technology enhances the ability of humans to judge other humans based on merit, not molds. Stephanie has a 14 year career in the tech industry, founding two startups and working in technical roles at Lockheed, Microsoft, and TripAdvisor. Stephanie holds a bachelor’s degree in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford and an MBA from MIT.
Amy Lazarus — Amy Lazarus is the Founder and CEO InclusionVentures. InclusionVentures helps organizations bring out the best in their people so that together they can bring their world-changing ideas to life. Helping organizations make good on their promise of diversity, inclusion, and equity, InclusionVentures decreases bias and enhances inclusion through the workforce, work culture, and work product.