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The leaders of PowerToFly and Christine Hurtubise, Vice President of Data Science at Stash, invite you to an evening for women in data science.
The evening will include a panel featuring women leaders from several of NYC's most exciting startups as well as a chance for you to network with your fellow women in tech over food and drinks.
The event will take place on Tuesday June 19th from 6pm to 8:30pm at Stash HQ, located at 19 West 22nd Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10010.
Stash is hiring and they are dedicated to increasing the number of women on their team by over 40% through 2018. FOLLOW Stash for updates on more events and open roles.
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