A panel discussion by Washington DC's 2010 Most Influential Women in Technology
Attn: Cupcake Lovers
Join Hamiltonian for the Digital Capital Week edition of Sweets and Tweets. Digital Capital Week is a 10-day festival in DC (June 11 - 20, 2010) focused on technology, innovation and all things digital in our nation's capital. Sweets and Tweets will feature a panel discussion by Washington DC's 2010 Most Influential Women in Technology, as named recently by Fast Company:
- Teresa Carlson, VP of Microsoft Federal Government
- Ellen Miller, co-founder of The Sunlight Foundation
- Shireen Mitchell, founder of Digital Sisters
- Allyson Kapin, founder of Women Who Tech
- Debbie Weil, author and corporate social media consultant [moderator]
Also on Fast Company's Most Influential list are Teresa Carlson, VP of Microsoft Federal Government and Sheila Campbell, co-chair of the Federal Web Managers Council. Joining us on the panel, barring last minute travel, will be former Googler Katie Stanton, now working at the U.S. State Department.
Yes, there will be cupcakes, from Baked and Wired, and we will be serving wine and coffee. You will also have the chance to rub shoulders - and learn from - those working in DC's innovative and increasingly active social media and Gov 2.0 space.
Sweets and Tweets features leading voices from DC's diverse technology community on the use of social media by the public and private sector, from the White House and federal agencies to local startups. The event series is produced and hosted by author and corporate social media consultant Debbie Weil.
Tickets are $20.00 Click HERE to register!!
Don't wait to register if you are interested. Space is limited and the event usually sells out. You can follow DC's Most Influential Women in Technology on Twitter:
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