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Wednesday, February 11 • 2:25pm - 2:50pm
All In It Together! #GirlDev

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The #GirlDev initiative isn't about girls vs. boys. It's about coming together as a community to teach, empower and celebrate women and girl builders. This panel is a diverse group of engineers, developers, investors and founders. Find out ways to support more technical women and provide strong opportunities for young girls.

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Arabella Delucco

Executive Director, GirlDevWeek
A journalist at heart, Arabella believes in producing authentic experiences and media that have an impact. Through her work, she supports startups and opportunities for women. She has been working with the team at the DevNetwork for the past four years on a number of their projects... Read More →

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Jolen Anderson

Chief Diversity Officer, Visa
Jolen Anderson is SVP, Chief Diversity Officer for Visa Inc. Since joining Visa in 2005, Jolen has developed a broad understanding of the Company’s business having held a variety of roles within the Legal department and demonstrated a commitment and passion for promoting Diversity... Read More →
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Josh Becker

As CEO, Josh leads strategy and operations for Lex Machina and is a thought leader on intellectual property trends and leveraging technology to improve the practice of law. Josh was part of the Founding team of Dice.com (NYSE:DHX) and ran corporate development at Agile Software (sold... Read More →
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Justin Caldbeck

Managing Director and Co-Founder, Binary Capital
Justin was born and raised in Vermont. He attended Duke University to major in Economics. After Duke, he worked at Mckinsey, where he focused on serving telecom clients and subsequently attended Harvard Business School. After HBS, Justin joined Bain Capital Ventures as an associate... Read More →
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Neha Sampat

CEO, Built.io
Neha Sampat is CEO of San Francisco-based software technology company built.io, where she leads a diverse, global team dedicated to creating mobile innovation and to building the foundation for the Internet of APIs. Previously, Neha spent 15 years leading product marketing for enterprise... Read More →
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Sandy Strong

Site Reliability Engineer, Twitter
Sandy Strong has spoken at PyCon and DjangoCon. She is an active participant in @WomEng events, and is engaged in the San Francisco tech community as a mentor and instructor for Python beginners. She is employed as a Site Reliability Engineer at Twitter.

Wednesday February 11, 2015 2:25pm - 2:50pm PST
Pier 27 Pier 27, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, Ca

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