On Wednesday, May 17, we will be screening Code: Debugging the Gender Gap here at SI. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to come, and the event counts as a GOYB!
After the screening, we will have a discussion with guest panelists from the industry:
Lin Ling, Director of Growth at SourceClear
Lin loves building scalable growth stories at early stage B2B start ups. Today, she works with engineers and data scientists to grow paying customers at SourceClear – a software security firm. Originally a STEM nerd from NYC, she never thought she would be leading growth strategies in Silicon Valley. Other: ran growth at Spigit – innovation software firm, over caffeinated as a Deloitte Consultant doing tech systems for Google, etc. Loves yoga, D3.js, and converting websites.
Monica Garde, Software Engineer at Google Inc.
Monica has been at Google for the past 4 years as a Software Engineer on a number efforts, most recently on the Search team bringing features to emerging markets. Outside of the office, Monica runs a Girls Who Code club in Mountain View and works with Google.org to help local nonprofits improve their technical infrastructure. Prior to Google, Monica was a student at Cornell University where she studied Computer Science.
Katie Lane, Product Marketing at Bugsnag
Katie is a Texas native, and graduated from the University of Texas where she studied Electrical Engineering. Katie has spent time in various tech roles such as designing high availability data-centers, to working on the wifi chips in your cell phones, and now in product marketing, helping tech companies better communicate their products to the world. She loves teaching Girls Who Code and hopes to inspire lifelong learning for girls in tech.