Practical Advice for (Self-)Advocacy

One of the most important skills you can have as a woman in tech (or any industry, really) is to learn how to advocate for both yourself and others. We'll be discussing how to practice advocacy in your daily work, some challenges that come with these practices and how to navigate some pitfalls that women often encounter in their roles.

Emily Loh

Emily Loh

Co-Founder SheSharp

Imma Valls

Imma Valls

Sr. Support Engineer at Elastic

Daliya Spasova

Daliya Spasova

Community Programs at Elastic

Anna Ossowski

Anna Ossowski

Developer Relations at Elastic

Stacy Cashmore

Stacy Cashmore

Tech Explorer DevOps at Omniplan

Suzanne Daniels

Suzanne Daniels

Developer Engagement Lead

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