Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013
Location: Microsoft New England R&D Center, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge
On Thursday, March 7th, join Microsoft New England and The Boston Area Girls STEM Collaborative for refreshments, appetizers, networking and a dynamic panel that will explore opportunities that make a real impact with women and girls in STEM.
Director of Development, Microsoft
Angie Anderson joined Microsoft in 2008 and is responsible for Development, Architecture and Sustaining Engineering for Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack and System Center products. Prior to joining Microsoft, Angie was Senior Vice President of Development at Openwave, delivering browser, messaging, identity and location based products to phone vendors and mobile carriers.
Managing Director, TechStars
Katie Rae is the Managing Director of TechStars in Boston, and is also a founder of Project 11, a firm that invests in and assists early-stage startups. Katie specializes in rapid product development and customer growth strategies for Internet businesses that scale.
Susan Staffin Metz
Principal Investigator, Stevens Institute of Technology
Susan Staffin Metz is a founder and Past President of WEPAN, Women in Engineering Proactive Network. In this capacity, she has worked with over 200 colleges and universities to increase access and engagement of women in engineering and science through research, policy and program development.
We hope you’ll join us for what will certainly be a fun, informative, and inspiring evening.
This event will fill quickly – please register today!
Cynthia A. Brossman Director, Learning Resource Network Tel. 617.353.7021 Fax 617.353.6056 http://www.bu.edu/lernet