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Tuesday, October 6 • 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Women in Tech Mixer | 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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Austin is home to numerous vibrant organizations and meetups supporting women in tech. The Women in Tech Mixer will gather these groups during Austin Startup Week for a fun, casual evening of networking and socializing. We invite all women in tech and their allies to join us in celebrating our community!

Whether you are a senior engineer or just learning to code, whether you're technical or creative or work on the business side, we hope you will join us to meet your peers and make new connections!

We warmly thank our community co-sponsors: Feminist Hack ATX, Women Who Code ATX, PyLadies ATX, Austin All-Girl Hack Night, EdTechWomen ATX, recruitHER, Third Coast InnovateHER, Lesbians Who Tech, Women in Data Science ATX, ATX Women Hardware Hackers, and Austin Pair Programming.

People of all genders are welcome! If you are a self-identified woman in tech, a woman interested in joining the tech industry, or an ally to women in tech, we hope to see you there!

Thanks so much to our amazing sponsor, RetailMeNot

Austin Startup Week is supported in part by HiredNetSpendIBM BluemixCapital Factory and Techstars. If you see someone from their teams, give them a hug and hi-five!  

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Gina Helfrich

co-founder, recruitHER
I co-founded recruitHER, a woman-owned recruiting & consulting firm committed to making the tech industry more inclusive and diverse. I am also founder and organizer of Feminist Hack ATX. My background includes over 10 years in program and project management and 6 years driving strategic communications efforts in a variety of professional settings, from higher education to nonprofits to technology. I am an expert in women's leadership and gender... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2015 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Return Path (Scarbrough Building) 101 W 6th Street, 8th floor

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