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Speaker Series at 42 - women speakers wanted
42 Silicon Valley is proud to announce the launch of our Women Speaker Series which will be every first Tuesday of the month at 7pm. This is an opportunity to empower more women to speak about all things tech and business. Anyone is welcome to attend, no matter what your gender identity. If you are interested in attending please RSVP as we have a limited number of spaces for each event. If you would like to be a speaker please contact Rene Ramirez at [masked] with a short biography, a topic which you would like to speak on, a brief outline of the presentation that you would like to give in addition to your dates of availability.

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6600 Dumbarton Circle · Fremont, CA

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