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Keeping Momentum Going Post-Conference

Read for tomorrow's Chat & Learn? TOPIC ➡️ Keeping Momentum Going Post-Conference. Whether you're coming off the Grace Hopper Celebration, heading to one of the incredible Hopperx1 events, or found yourself at another #conference this year, you know how exciting the first few weeks post-conference can be. But as the excitement wears off and you find yourself getting back to your daily routine, you have two options - continue on your normal grind or take action. Rosario Robinson, Senior Director and Women in Tech Evangelist of the Anita B. Org wants you to act on all of the incredible information you've learned at these conferences, foster the connections you've made, and take your career to the next level. Rose is joining #PowerToFly for an exclusive Chat & Learn where you can ask her anything about how to make the most of your conference experience, LIVE!

Are you as excited as we are for today's Grace Hopper Celebration? Make sure you review our tips and tricks on how to: ✔Network at #GHC19, ✔Pitch yourself to employers, ✔Get to the best parties! Good luck, have fun, and let us know how it goes. #GHC19 #PTFcommunity #DiversityAndInclusion ⤵️ http://bit.ly/2nxo9DO
Flatiron Health Inc

Why Do I Keep Going Back To Grace Hopper?

Below is an article originally written by Stacy Gorelik, Director of Engineering at PowerToFly Partner Flatiron Health, and published on October 5, 2018. Go to Flatiron Health's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

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Cloudflare #GHC18 team
Cloudflare

"My First Grace Hopper Celebration" By Lisa Retief

Below is an article originally written by Lisa Retief, the Director of Engineering at PowerToFly Partner Cloudflare, and published on October 17, 2018. Go to Cloudflare's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

I am 25+ years into my career in technology, and this was the very first time I attended a conference geared towards women.

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