Trailblazer female founders and technology leaders to speak at virtual Women Tech Founders Conference on April 28 – 30, 2021
CHICAGO – April 28, 2021 – Women Tech Founders (WTF), a grassroots organization dedicated to advancing women in the tech industry, today announced its 5th Annual Women in Tech Conference: Lights on BIPOC Female Founders and Allies, which will be broadcasted for free on Wednesday, April 28 to Friday, April 30, 2021.
5th Annual Women in Tech Conference
Live virtual broadcast
- Wednesday, April 28
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
- Thursday, April 29 and
11:00 AM – 2 PM
- Friday, April 30, 2021
11:00 AM – 1:15 PM CDT
This year’s conference will feature BIPOC female founders and leaders bringing unique perspectives and insights to help attendees across the industry reimagine, create, and connect. The Women Tech Founders Conference brings together a diverse mix of female founders, entrepreneurs, and leaders across the global tech and business community to celebrate their successes, share experiences, and build their network.
Participants can register online at Eventbrite and will attendees will hear from female founders, business leaders, and technology trailblazers, including:
- Riana Lynn – CEO, Journey Foods
- Sandee Kastrul – President and Co-founder, i.c. stars
- Victoria Nones – Executive Producer, VAG Productions
- Elena Valentine – CEO and Co-founder, Skill Scout
- Ashley Moy – CEO, Cast21
- Shaniqua Davis – Founder and CEO, Noirefy
- Tiana Clark – Creator and Executive Producer, Soci Circle
- Eileen Murphy – Founder and CEO, ThinkCERCA
- Cindu Thomas-George – Founder and Principal Trainer, Shakti Diversity and Equity Training
- Parminder Batra – CEO, TraknProtect
- Rinku A. Patel – Founder and CEO, KloudScript
- Hanny Sunarto – Co-Founder and CEO, Sunartec Inc.
- Desiree Vargus Wrigley – Executive Director, TechRise by P33 Chicago
- Jessica l. Williams – Founder, Tech Biz Gurl
- Ari (Suardiyanti) Krzyzek Co-Founder, Chykalophia Group
- Chereesca Bejasa – Founder, Zenevate
“This year, The Women Tech Founders Conference will provide a platform for women – to raise each other, particularly BIPOC women – up, challenge each other, and most importantly, continue to advance women throughout the tech industry,” said Terri Brax, co-founder and CEO of Women Tech Founders.
“Our speakers and attendees have been through a lot over the past year and are ready to share with each other the much-needed insights and strategies to continue to move forward. We’re looking forward to interesting and important conversations that everyone can bring back to their own companies and communities – and help us further this movement of equal representation, not only in tech, but in every facet of our world.”
To register free and learn more about the conference, visit the conference Eventbrite page.
For more information about Women Tech Founders, visit womentechfounders.com.
About Women Tech Founders
Women Tech Founders (WTF) is a leading voice for the tech startup ecosystem around female entrepreneurs. The grassroots organization is dedicated to advancing women in technology by inspiring and connecting them with one another. Its mission is to equalize the power of the tech industry and the well-paid, plentiful, and influential jobs of the future within that industry. Founded in 2015, the organization fosters a robust and diverse community of women who are technologists, startup founders, corporate executives, angel investors, and venture capitalists not only from Chicago but from around the world.
About The Women Tech Founders’ Conference
The 5th Annual Women in Tech Conference, presented by Women Tech Founders, celebrates female founders, entrepreneurs, and leaders in the tech community. This year’s conference features BIPOC female founders and leaders bringing unique perspectives and insights to help attendees reimagine, create and connect. Join us to learn how you can overcome the challenges faced by underrepresented communities and use your challenges to open the door to a powerful legacy.
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