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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

  • Monyka Berrocosa

    Monyka Berrocosa

    Monyka Berrocosa has been an experienced, out-sourced Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) since 1999. A forward thinking, innovator – Monyka began offering fractional access to higher level marketing expertise long before the word “Outsourced” became a ubiquitous buzz word. A native of Montreal, Canada, “M” as friends and colleagues call her (hence the name M. Consulting) has been living in Baltimore, MD since 1998. A successful business owner for over 14 years she combines corporate know- how with entrepreneurial achievement and is recognized as one of the Mid-Atlantic area’s most vocal, accomplished media and marketing communications professionals.

  • Ellen Miller

    Ellen Miller

    Ellen S. Miller is the co-founder and executive director of the Sunlight Foundation, a Washington-based, non-partisan non-profit dedicated to using the power of the Internet to catalyze greater government openness and transparency. She is the founder of two other prominent Washington-based organizations in the field of money and politics — the Center for Responsive Politics and Public Campaign — and a nationally recognized expert on transparency and the influence of money in politics. Her experience as a Washington advocate for more than 35 years spans the worlds of non-profit advocacy, grassroots activism and journalism.

  • Johnetta Hardy

    Johnetta Hardy

    Ms. Hardy is currently the Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI) at the University of Baltimore, which connects emerging and established entrepreneurs to resources and opportunities that accelerate their sustainable revenue and growth. She is also the Founder & CEO of the Hardy Solutions Group, LLC, a firm that specializes in providing resources, education and expertise to maximize the success of small businesses in business development, financial planning/literacy and executive coaching.

  • 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.

  • Keisha Reed

    Keisha Reed

    Keisha Reed is a social media strategist, Baltimore technology community member and contributor to Technical.ly Baltimore. She is the founder of K. Reed Digital, a web agency specializing in website strategy and digital media management. Raised in Washington, DC, her commitment to raising the awareness of the digital divide and placing more girls in STEM is a lifelong passion. When she is not settled in with a good book, she enjoys the company of family and friends around the dinner table.