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Panel: Being a Womxn on the Internet

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Panel: Being a Womxn on the Internet


This month Womxn Level Up will be virtually hosted by Hover ( A zoom link will be viewable after you RSVP.


Womxn Level Up presents a panel on "Being a Womxn on the Internet" with guests Vaidehi Joshi, Chloe Condon, Ceora Ford, and Steph Ihezukwu, moderated by co-organizer, Catherine Meyers.

We'll discuss what it's really like to be a prominent womxn on the internet. The positives and negatives. The why. And how we can all help the internet be just a little bit safer for everyone.

About our Panelists:

  • Vaidehi Joshi ( is a senior engineer at Forem. She enjoys building and breaking code, but loves creating empathetic engineering teams a whole lot more. She is the creator of basecs and baseds, two writing series exploring the fundamentals of computer science and distributed systems. She also co-hosts the Base.cs Podcast, and is a producer of the BaseCS and Byte Sized video series.

  • Chloe Condon ( is a musical theatre performer turned Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. When she's not tweeting, or teaching students in academic institutions how to use Azure, she works with folks from non-traditional backgrounds entering tech by supporting and mentoring through workshops, bootcamps, and 1:1 to help make tech a diverse and supportive space for all.

  • Ceora Ford ( is a software engineer based in Philadelphia. Her career thus far has centered around creating content that will make the tech industry more accessible. She’s been able to work with amazing companies like DigitalOcean,, and Kode With Klossy.

  • Stephanie Ihezukwu (,, serves as a level 2 cloud security operations analyst for Duo. Outside of work, however, InfoSteph has filled her life with all kinds of cool activities. She served as a Lead for WISP DEFCON 2019. She is on the SANS Summit Steering Committee for 2020. She speaks at conferences and virtual events on both soft skills and hard skill related subjects. She co-hosts a "happy hour" inspired podcast called Coolest Nerds in the Room, where conversations surrounding the lives of tech people are nurtured. She attends school full time, hoping to obtain her Bachelor's by the end of the fall. She had the honor of being a delegate for Security Field Day 2 and Tech Field Day 20. She writes blog posts on her website,, which is also her side business. She released a course for LinkedIn Learning on Social Engineering and Security Awareness. Stephanie recognizes those that inspired her or helped her get to where she is today and hopes that everything she does moving forward does the same for others. Her podcast is also available everywhere.

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