Snap one women in technology summit

Snap one to host the ladies in Technology Summit on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

Snap One has launched registration for its first-ever Women in Technology Summit, a virtual event that encourages women to require leadership roles in the technology industry, in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8. the worldwide conference will have two 90-minute sessions on “Break the Bias”.

“There is an unfortunate prejudice that ladies cannot work in technology. We live proof that we can not only work in this industry, but we will make a significant positive impact as leaders,” said Dawn Boland, vice chairman of partner services and technical support at Snap One. By spreading the word about our achievements, I hope it’ll encourage other women to pursue careers in the industry, also as encourage industry organizations to bring in more female talent,” added Boland.

Panellists from CEDIA, AVIXA, Snap One management and dealership owners will participate in two 90-minute sessions, which can also include a live and interactive question-and-answer session. the subsequent items are on the agenda:

Session 1

(March 8 at 9:00am EST / 2:00pm UTC) will feature guest speaker Margie Meyers, Senior Product Manager, Snap One, and a discussion with Joe Lloyd, Senior Director of Communications, AVIXA, Dawn Boland, SVP of Partnerships of Services and Technical Support, Snap One, Jen Mallett, Owner of Level Up Automation, and Connie Gray, Senior Director of Engineering, Snap One.

Session 2

(March 8 at 15:00 MST / March 9 at 9:00 AEDT in Australia) with guest speaker Susan Cashin, Industry councillor , Consultant and Advisor, and discussion with Patty Manning, Regional Manager for Latin America at CEDIA, Ashley Swenson, Senior vice chairman of Marketing, Snap One, Louise Brandish, Owner and Principal Systems/Network Engineer at Eagle Technology & Solutions Pty Ltd, and Lisa Morf, Principal programmer , Snap One.

“We can #breakthebias and encourage young women to develop their STEM talents and strengths,” continued Boland. “At the identical time, we will educate hiring managers about the implicit bias that prevents women and women of colour from moving up the ranks. By identifying challenges and obstacles, we will take steps to overcome them. and therefore, the first step is discussion.”

At the top of the event, Snap One will launch a resource page and forum for industry professionals to use regularly. For more information about Snap One, visit:



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