Women in Tech: Defining and Finding Success in a Male-Dominated Field
The gender gap within tech comes as no surprise, but what does this mean for the next generation of women looking to break into tech?
Join Uncubed for a video chat with an all-woman panel of engineers from Foursquare and Adobe on Thursday, October 19 from 7-8PM EDT.
We’ll explore the journeys these women took to get to where they are today and inquire about their current career, challenges they’ve encountered, and tips they’re willing to share.
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Meet the Panelists:
Stephanie Yang, Foursquare
Stephanie Yang is a Data Scientist at Foursquare. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1999 and a PhD in Mathematics from Harvard in 2004. Previously, she worked with Walleye Trading, Hudson River Trading, and conducted postdoctoral research at the Royal Institute of Technology.
Dorcie Lovinsky, Adobe
Dorcie Lovinsky is a Software Engineer at Adobe. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Iona College in 2006 and a Masters in Information Systems from Iona College in 2011. Previously, she worked as a software developer for Revintu and in addition to developing software, she is also a Yoga Teacher.
Chanelle Davis, Moderator
Chanelle Davis is the University Programs Coordinator at Uncubed. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from U.C. Berkeley in 2016. Having been an RA in her last year at Cal, she really enjoyed being a guide and resource for peers and is utilizing her platform here at Uncubed to continue to be of service to students.