Women in Technology

College-to-Career Panel

Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Mason Hall, Edwin Meese III Conference Room

College-to-career activities throughout the year help students identify career paths that fit well with their majors. Students can learn more about the range of possible careers and how  best to  prepare for them. Events are sponsored by the college, departments and programs, and university Career Servies.

In this panel discussion, four professional women speak about their experiences in a range of careers in IT and related fields. Learn about how they got where they are and what you can do to prepare for a rewarding career in these continually growing professions.  Win the door prize - an iPad.

Agenda

3:00 Panel Discussion with Q&A - Meese Conference Room

4:00 Networking with Panelists - Mason Hall D3,  A and B

5:00 Reception - Mason Hall Atrium

Panelists

• Maribeth Luftglass – CIO, Fairfax County Public Schools
• Courtney Bromley – IBM
• Julia Dabrowski – VMWare
• Joy Hughes – Vice President and CIO, George Mason University
• Regina Kunkle – NetApp
• Ashley Woodward – NetApp
• Sharon Pitt, Moderator – Executive Director, Division of Instructional Technology, George Mason University

For More Information

Contact Evan Baum, Assistant Dean in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Hosted by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, DoIT, University Career Services, and the Women and Gender Studies Program.

Sponsored by Women in Technology.