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    NY Tech Latinas - Latina Luminaries Fireside Chat

    亚洲免费无女厕所偷拍Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 08:30 AM
    Where: Instagram Live - @nytechmeetup

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    NY Tech Alliance invites you to take part in a new initiative being launched by our board member, Yvonne De La Pena: NY Tech Latinas, a program aimed at highlighting the incredible work that Latinas are doing in the NYC Tech ecosystem!

    NY Tech Latina's first program is Latina Luminaries, a?bi-monthly fireside chat featuring Latina leaders and executives doing amazing work in the Tech ecosystem. The series will be hosted on NY Tech Meetup's Instagram Live feed and moderated by Yvonne!

    This edition's guest speaker will be Vanessa Pestritto, Director of Partner Programs at Agoric, a safe smart contracts framework for an open, global economy.

    To join the fireside chat, follow NY Tech Alliance on Instagram at @nytechmeetup and tune into IG Live at 8:30am on June 30th!

    About Vanessa Pestritto (@vanessadice - Twitter)

    Vanessa believes in ecosystem collaboration for the advancement and adoption of new technology. She has worked in growing and supporting networks in venture as well as blockchain and crypto. She is currently Director of Partner Programs at Agoric, a safe smart contracts framework for an open, global economy.

    Previously, as Director of Strategic Growth at Ripple, Vanessa built a significant investment portfolio of tech companies with novel use cases in protocol development, ecosystem tools, and smart contracts. She has also actively invested and worked with entrepreneurs through her venture fund, Lattice Ventures.?

    Vanessa began her career in technology consulting working on fintech and government projects. As Executive Director at New York Angels, Vanessa managed product and marketing to run a live marketplace of investors and investments. Vanessa has advised corporations on their accelerator programs, such as Chobani and eBay.?

    Vanessa actively advocates for increasing awareness of diversity in the workplace and the advancement of women and Latinos. She studied Economics and International Business at NYU Stern School of Business. After being stranded in Barbados with her husband and two kids during Covid quarantine, she is now a New Jersey resident.

    About Yvonne De La Pe?a (@latinxprincesa - Instagram)

    Yvonne is passionate about creating educational opportunities to encourage youth from under-represented groups to become designers and inventors with technology. She graduated with a B.S. in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin and her own experience as a Latina in computing motivated her to pursue a PhD in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles. Yvonne has over 10 years experience developing and launching educational programs and digital products in both the for-profit and non-profit space. She is currently the Director of BridgeUP: STEM at the American Museum of Natural History. BridgeUP: STEM is AMNH’s newest education program for young women, focused on the intersection of computer science and scientific research, and is generously funded by the Helen Gurley Brown Revocable Trust and the Pussycat Foundation.

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    Don't Panic, Let's Talk! - Founders Who Are Making It Work

    When: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 12:00 PM
    Where: Virtual Event

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    Join us for a virtual event series created by NY Tech Alliance and Grasshopper Bank as we spotlight founders and leaders that are pivoting and adapting their business and strategies to make it work during this time of uncertainty.

    Each session we will invite a founder to tell their story, share their tactics, and answer your questions. We know that no one has all the answers so this is definitely meant to be an open forum. Bring your questions, share your learnings, and let's figure this all out together!

    The conversations will be facilitated by Micah Baldwin, Early Stage Practice, Grasshopper Bank.

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    June 30th-

    Conversation with Katharine Zaleski, Co-Founder & President, PowerToFly

    Katharine is the co-founder and president of PowerToFly. PowerToFly is is a free upskilling and jobs platform that connects Fortune 500 companies and fast-growing startups that value gender diversity and inclusion to women in tech, sales, marketing and digital. PowerToFly was launched by Katharine and Milena Berry in 2014 and is building the platform to propel diversity recruiting and hiring.

    Prior to PowerToFly, Katharine was a Managing Editor at NowThus News, Executive Director of Digital News at the Washington post and a Senior News Editor at Huffington Post.

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    Additional "Don't Panic, Let's Talk" Dates:

    Additional Dates Coming Soon!

    Are you a founder that is making it work and want to share your story with our community? Email us at andy@nytech.org!

    About Micah Baldwin:

    Micah currently works in the Early Stage Practice at Grasshopper Bank, the first digital commercial bank focused on supporting founders and venture funds. As a long time executive coach and investor, he advises several startups and funds, including Tuesday Ventures, an SF-based early-stage venture firm.

    Previously, he founded Create33, a 22,000 sq ft innovation center for the Pacific Northwest that provides resources and access to founders to help fuel their growth. He spent 3.5 years at Amazon working with founders and designing programs to help them find customers. Prior to that, he founded or was early at several companies.

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    About NY Tech Alliance:

    A member-based non-profit with a mission to foster the technology community and ecosystem in New York City, with the goal of creating a better future for all. Representation, inspiration, support, and leadership are the qualities we focus on in order to reach this goal. Connect with us today at nytech.org!

    About Grasshopper Bank:

    Grasshopper is a digital bank serving founders, their companies, and the investors supporting them across the innovation economy. We make banking simple, secure, effortless and transparent. Learn more at https://www.grasshopper.bank.

    Developing Pride 2020

    When: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 05:30 PM
    Where: Virtual

    If you would like to apply to demo at this event, use the following link: Developing Pride Demo Night Application 2020

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    Join NY Tech Alliance and QueerTech for Developing Pride, our celebration of technology founded, coded, and created by the LGBTQ+ community! This year, the celebration will go beyond the city limits and cross borders as we open the showcase to include LGBTQ+ founders from anywhere. The evening will spotlight queer founders and showcase the tech they've built complete with networking. OPEN TO ALL!

    ALSO - We are keeping the meetup free of charge this month, but as an organization, our expenses have not stopped. If you have valued our events and programs, and you are able, we ask that you consider making a small contribution! DONATE AT?https://www.nytech.org/support_nyta

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    NY Tech Latinas - Latina Luminaries Fireside Chat

    When: Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 01:00 PM
    Where: Instagram Live - @nytechmeetup

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    NY Tech Alliance invites you to take part in a new initiative being launched by our board member, Yvonne De La Pena: NY Tech Latinas, a program aimed at highlighting the incredible work that Latinas are doing in the NYC Tech ecosystem!

    NY Tech Latina's first program is Latina Luminaries, a?bi-monthly fireside chat featuring Latina leaders and executives doing amazing work in the Tech ecosystem. The series will be hosted on NY Tech Meetup's Instagram Live feed and moderated by Yvonne!

    This edition's guest speaker will be Cynthia Medina Carson, Founder and CEO of WAGER, an organization?focused on salary transparency in the workplace.

    To join the fireside chat, follow NY Tech Alliance on Instagram at @nytechmeetup and tune into IG Live at 1pm on July 14th!

    About Cynthia Medina Carson (@wewager - Instagram)

    Cynthia is a Salary Transparency Maven, Career Coach and Recruitment Expert. Cynthia started Wager because she saw firsthand how the lack of salary information created information barriers and anxiety in the workplace. Professionals and executives kept asking the same question, “Who can I ask about salaries?” Wager’s mission is to create and advocate for information transparency in the workplace. ?

    Prior to her move into the talent field, Cynthia worked as an international relations and policy expert for the Department of Treasury, Homeland Security and JP Morgan, and served in Peace Corps, Nicaragua. Cynthia is also the Founder of the Cheeky Monkey Club, a networking group for women who hate to network, is a Board member of her hometown’s Girls Inc., and hosts a makerspace in her basement studio. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

    About Yvonne De La Pe?a (@LatinxPrincesa - Instagram)

    Yvonne is passionate about creating educational opportunities to encourage youth from under-represented groups to become designers and inventors with technology. She graduated with a B.S. in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin and her own experience as a Latina in computing motivated her to pursue a PhD in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles. Yvonne has over 10 years experience developing and launching educational programs and digital products in both the for-profit and non-profit space. She is currently the Director of BridgeUP: STEM at the American Museum of Natural History. BridgeUP: STEM is AMNH’s newest education program for young women, focused on the intersection of computer science and scientific research, and is generously funded by the Helen Gurley Brown Revocable Trust and the Pussycat Foundation.

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