International Women’s Day 2016 @google #WTM16 @minervatweet @Womentechmakers
Thanks everyone at Google, we had a great time @ the IWD 2016 New York – the Fireside chat was great with the NYC CTO!
Heather Thompson Rivera, Director of Product Partnerships – YouTube, Google
Minerva Tantoco, Chief Technology Officer for the City of New York
Google strives to cultivate a wholly inclusive workplace around the globe. A key component of that vision is empowering women to pursue their dreams and build tools that change the world. We believe that when organizations create the right environments, programs, and policies, women in technology can thrive.
That’s why, in conjunction with International Women’s Day, Google is partnering withWomen Techmakers to launch a series of global events geared toward increasing visibility, community, and resources for technical women in our industry. We’re excited to be hosting one of these local events right here in New York — and are excited you will be joining us!
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