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Access Track Day

Monday, September 15
12:30–7:30pm

Join us for the second annual Women In/Tech conference, focused on bringing more women into fields of technology. Followed by our Diversity Happy Hour.

Track Day Events

  • Women In/Tech

    Baltimore's second annual Women In/Tech mini-conference will bring together various female leaders and community members who have interest in becoming active in technology fields.

    Monday, September 15, 12:30pm–5:00pm
  • Diversity Happy Hour

    Come out and connect with the various groups and individuals that are working to make tech and entrepreneurship more diverse and welcoming in Baltimore and beyond.

    Monday, September 15, 5:30pm–7:30pm

Speakers

  • Caroline Worrall

    Caroline Worrall

    Caroline Worrall, CFA, CPA, has recently taken a position as the Chief Financial Officer of SalesWarp, an early stage, high tech venture. She spent the summer as the CFO-in-Residence at the Emerging Technology Centers.. Prior to joining the ETC, she was the Chief Financial Officer at Health Solutions. She oversaw the due diligence process and sale of the company to Interactive Health, a private equity backed corporate wellness services company in Chicago, IL. She has over 15 years as a senior executive in small to mid-sized businesses developing technologies and services for both the private and government sectors. In addition to directing the sales process, Caroline was responsible for the financial strategic oversight, including corporate financial reporting, audit, tax, internal controls and corporate governance.

  • Amy Rubino

    Amy Rubino

    Making things easier to use is not just my job; it's my passion. I strive to create technology that provides a positive experience for the user. I have worked with universities, non-profits, government agencies and commercial companies. Now I create great shopping experiences on Under Armour's website.

  • Kelly Keenan Trumpbour

    Kelly Keenan Trumpbour

    Kelly Keenan Trumpbour works to inspire women to become investors in women-led startups. Her website, See Jane Invest helps women understand how and when to invest, and why entering the marketplace as entrepreneurs and investors enables women to express their values, give back to our communities, and model smart risk taking. Her mission is to grow a supportive female investment community in her hometown of Baltimore where she is a member of the Baltimore Angels and a 2014 Washington Pipeline Fellow.

  • Heather Romney

    Heather Romney

    Heather is head coach of the RoboDoves, a high-performing robotics team at Western High School, an all-girls public school in Baltimore City. Heather teaches AP Art and Technology, has built two 3d printers, and is trying her hardest to keep up with all of the cool things that can inspire girls to pursue their interests in STEAM. She is convinced that after-school programming is the answer to many ailments and is currently creating a maker space at Western. Heather also performs and creates objects with Smelling Salt Amusements.

  • Smitha Gopal

    Smitha Gopal

    Smitha is the CEO of Eyemaginations, a Baltimore company that creates visual patient education software to help doctors and patients communicate with each other. Prior to joining Eyemaginations in 2006, Smitha worked at a boutique investment bank. She earned an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Finance from the McIntire School of the University of Virginia. She lives with her family in Federal Hill.