Stanford Women in Technology Event on May 2: Creating a Positive, Gender- Diverse Work Environment
Register now for the Stanford Women in Technology (Stanford WIT) general meeting on Thursday, May 2 from 3 – 4:30 p.m. at Tresidder Oak Lounge and Stanford Redwood City Cardinal Hall room 104. The meeting will feature Lauren Schoenthaler, senior associate vice provost for Institutional Equity and Access.As a member of the provost’s leadership team, Lauren works to address matters of institutional policy and resource allocation related to equal opportunity, affirmative action, gender equity and compliance with Title IX and other nondiscrimination laws.
About Stanford WIT
Sponsored by the CIO Council, Stanford WIT is a university-wide affinity group for women, non-binary people, and allies of all genders. While primarily aimed at university, SLAC, and Stanford Medicine staff who work or have an interest in technology roles, the community also welcomes faculty and students who are interested in participating.
Through monthly meetings, networking, workshops, and more, Stanford WIT aims to increase representation of women in technical roles and in the talent and leadership pipeline at Stanford. It also aims to equip participants with the skills and competencies needed to ensure they are prepared for their next roles.