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May 6, 2013 US State Dept. TechWomen Mentoring Across Borders


On Monday May 6, 2013 in Sunnyvale at Juniper Networks, TechWomen.org presented “Mentoring Across Borders: Empower the Next Generation of Global Women Leaders.” Speakers included Dr. Allan E. Goodman, President and CEO of the Institute of International Education, Felicia Mayo, Senior Director of Authenticity and Inclusion at Juniper, Heather Ramsey, Director of TechWomen, Steve Rice, Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Juniper and Lee A. Satterfield, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Sheila Casey, Deputy Director of the Office of Citizen Exchanges moderated panelists Erica Lockheimer of LinkedIn, Julia Lovin of Juniper, Audrey Simpson of Ericsson and Evelyn Zoubi of eCloset.me.

TechWomen is an Initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. It is managed by the Institute of International Education’s Center for Women’s Leadership Initiatives. The program is looking for Silicon Valley mentors to encourage women from Africa and the Middle East to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Hosai Omarkhil of Apple attended this event.

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Apr. 25, 2013 SVForum Tech Women Social Networking

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On Thursday, April 25, 2013 in San Francisco at Salesforce, SVForum’s Tech Women presented “Leveraging Social Networking to Advance Your Career.” Janet Fouts of Tatu Digital Media moderated panelists LaSandra Brill  of Cisco Systems, Marilyn Lin Director of Salesforce.com, Erica Lockheimer of LinkedIn and Jana Messerschmidt of Twitter. They talked about the best social media career strategies. The Pareto Principle asks a question: does 80 percent of your business come from 20 percent of your clients? How do you find that 20 percent? Soft skills may beat software. Social media is not a replacement for the time-honored principles of treating your contacts as human beings.

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