Wonder Women Tech to Host Virtual LatinX Conference to Empower Members of the Latinx Community Through STEAM
“I am incredibly thrilled to build our first-ever summit focused on highlighting, celebrating, and addressing the needs and accomplishments of our LatinX ecosystem. As part of the LatinX community myself, I am passionate about providing a platform for storytelling, exploring LatinX innovation and leadership, and providing access to opportunity, jobs, career development, thought leadership and networking devoted to LatinX.” says Lisa Mae Brunson, Founder, and CEO of Wonder Women Tech.
The theme for 2021’s summits is #WeAreGenerations. In accordance with this theme, the 2021 LatinX Summit will feature:
● Main Stage with over 150 Speakers
● On-Demand Content
● Amplify Stage featuring BIPOC first-time speakers and fresh voices
● Virtual Career Fair
● Fireside Chat with industry experts and thought leaders
● Spanish Speaking Virtual Stage featuring Spanish Speaking Speakers
● Multilingual sessions in English, Spanish, and Portuguese
● Virtual Mentor Magic Sessions
● Multigenerational Discussions
● Musical Performances
● Interactive Experiences
● Virtual Networking sessions
● Ticket Scholarships
The Wonder Women Tech virtual LatinX Summit will take place June 10-11. For more information on the Summit or to register for the event, click here.
Wonder Women Tech
100 W BROADWAY, SUITE 3000, LONG BEACH, CA 90802
Brianna Machado Rush, Executive Producer
Wonder Women Tech
Grace Myers, Communications Team
Wonder Women Tech
Wonder Women Tech (WWT) is a nonprofit organization and global ecosystem that produces year-round programming and national, international, virtual, and hybrid conferences that highlight, educate, celebrate and amplify women, BIPOC, and the underrepresented in STEAM industries (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). WWT’s conferences, programming, and online community offer a variety of speakers, panel discussions, coding classes, workshops, hackathons, diversity career fairs, STEAM camps, community mentorship, thought leadership, a podcast, and other dynamic programming geared towards empowering women, girls, BIPOC, the LGBTQ community, the deaf and hard-of-hearing, disabled, and the underrepresented communities. They seek to create a shift in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging within STEAM industries by offering revolutionary content and impactful discussions. For more information and the latest updates, follow them on Instagram and Facebook.
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