What we're about

If you're a woman in any STEM field looking to meet & hang out with other amazing women, we'd love to meet you, too! We get together the 1st Thursday of each month to connect, get inspired by each other, and learn new things.

Future meetings will have time for networking and have members give short presentations on a variety of topics (projects I'm proud of, thing I learned, how to meditate, etc.). Above all, the idea is to give women a place where we can come together in a positive, supportive, and professional way. We plan to keep events free and on weekdays to make it easier for people to join us.

STEM is an abbreviation for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. These areas tend to have fewer women in their roles, which can lead to a sense of isolation. We formed this group so that women in these industries can find a community. And even if you're not in a STEM role, we'd love to meet you!

If you want to spend more time with us, go to http://louisville.io/ and join the Slack team. You'll find us in the #techladies channel

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Purposeful Personal Branding

600 N Hurstbourne

If you have an online presence, you have a personal brand. Most of us didn’t intend to create a brand when we made our first websites and social media profiles. They were just fun ways to share our lives meet people. Now, they’re networking and career growth tools. In this talk, you’ll hear about people whose brands helped them become respected developers, managers, and community leaders. You’ll learn how to use your online presence to advance your career. You’ll also pick up best practices, common mistakes, and tips for balancing professional and personal content. Intentional personal branding opens the door to endless opportunities. Come see how to make that happen! About Cassandra Faris Cassandra Faris is passionate about the human side of technology. Her career has focused on supporting tech professionals through training, community outreach, hiring, mentoring, and employee engagement. She is an international speaker who specializes in teaching people how to be more effective team members and advance their careers. She is also the President of the Microsoft and open source conference, DogFoodCon, and a Per Scholas Advisory Board member. She has an MBA in Organizational Leadership. When she's not busy with the tech community, she is avid tabletop gamer, runner, and soccer fan who travels as much as possible.

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PM 101 - A Love Story

600 N Hurstbourne

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