Details
Date:

October 10

Time:

05:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/out-in-tech-pdx-womxn-leaders-in-technology-tickets-72012353889
Organizer

Out in Tech

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/out-in-tech-4536487671
Venue

Power and Light Building

920 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204

Portland, OR, US, 97204

*We encourage queer womxn, gender, non-binary, gender non-conforming, gender queer, trans* and PoC members of the community to attend, but all are welcome.*


Join Out in Tech PDX and Coinbase on Thursday, October 10th for a night of conversation with cutting-edge leaders — who happen to be womxn.


What’s it like to be leading a technology company in 2019? What’s the next exciting field in technology? What are the most innovative projects and companies out there right now?


Whether you are interested in technology, leading your own company, or just looking to connect with the LGBTQ+ tech community, this event is for you.


This event is kindly hosted by Coinbase.



Schedule


5:30pm | doors


6:30pm | panel


7:30pm | social + networking


8:30pm | closes




Drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Must be 21+ to drink. Arrive early to guarantee entrance.


A BIG thank you to our FABULOUS hosts Coinbase who made this event possible by graciously allowing us to use their space, and providing drinks and hors d’oeuvres.


And a special thanks to Diego Mancilla for volunteering their time and talent to build our beautiful graphics for this event. They maintains their little corner of the web over at http://di-nation.com or on their Instagram over at @itsdieguito




Check out our Code of Conduct.


Questions/Concerns? Please email pdx@outintech.com



Note
: When the event is at capacity we will likely continue to release tickets to those on the waitlist closer to the date. We encourage you to register for the waitlist.




 


PANELISTS


ASHLEY TODD


Director of IT – Act-On Software


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-todd/


Ashley Todd manages all things IT at Act-On Software.  Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Ashley has been living in Portland, OR for over 10 years and now considers it home. Outside of technology, Ashley enjoys riding bicycles, eating cheeseburgers, and playing/coaching/watching ice hockey.




DAMION MOYER


Manager of Software Engineering – Zapproved


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/damionmoyer/


Damion Moyer is an Engineering Manager at Zapproved, where they work to create teams that are rooted in authentic and vulnerable communication, and are focused on community, collaboration, and craftspersonship. They spent 20 years as a Software Engineer and Team Lead, most recently falling in love with the MERN stack. Damion became enamored with leadership and mentorship during their 10-year stint as an instructor and trainer with the Team Oregon Motorcycle Safety Program, and is thrilled to be able to combine that with their technical background as a manager. Damion grew up in the East Bay, and has lived in Portland for 35 years. Damion is a trans-feminine, non-binary person, and their pronouns are they and them. They still have 2 baby teeth, and their cat’s name is “Ser Henry Francis Lyle, The First Of His Name.”




GAIL FREDERICK


VP, Developer Ecosystem and Mobile, GM of Portland – eBay


Twitter: @screaminggeek


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gfred/


Gail Frederick’s expertise includes two decades of software development and architecture leadership inside venture-backed startups and Fortune 500s. She is currently VP of Mobile and Developer Ecosystem at eBay, and GM of eBay’s Portland office. As eBay’s mobile technology leader, Gail and her mobile architects obsess about reliability and performance of eBay apps across their global user base. As the leader of the eBay Developers Program, Gail is hyper-focused on making eBay integration easier for third-party developers. She delivered and continues to expand a new generation of buying and selling APIs that enable smoother, more seamless buying and selling experiences for consumers and businesses. In prior roles at eBay, Gail was chartered with streamlining the company’s web services portfolio through design patterns and architectural standards, focused on multi-screen applications and mobility. Before her time at eBay, Gail served as a director for Intel’s Open Source Technology Center, the heart of Linux at Intel. Before Intel, Gail held technology leadership roles at several Seattle start-ups. In 2005, she was the first engineering hire at Medio Systems, a mobile search and analytics start-up that was acquired by Nokia and subsequently HERE Technologies. Gail has been writing mobile apps since the very first app-enabled Nokia mobile phones. Her treatise on standards-based mobile web development entitled “Beginning Smartphone Web Development” was published by Apress in December 2009. Gail holds bachelor and master’s degrees in Computer Science from The University of Michigan and The University of Washington, respectively. When not at work, Gail is a mother to school-age twins and calls Portland, Oregon home. She is an avid hiker and kayaker, especially around the lakes and rivers of rural central Oregon.




MODERATOR


PERRY EISING


Community Strategy / Management – Netlify


Twitter: @perrysetgo


On a mission to make tech more inclusive. Formerly a code school instructor, now managing community strategy at Netlify, a cutting edge startup, they are invested in working both with tech and community. A queer, non-binary, self-taught technologist, they are intrigued by the intersections between tech and other fields of study. Perry enjoys emceeing conferences and events, reading, art, music, and spending as much time as possible outdoors.


 


IMPORTANT INFO


1. Due to Coinbase’s security requirements, guests have to RSVP via Eventbrite. If you do not RSVP, we will not be able to provide access to the venue. Absolutely no exceptions – even in the event of technical or operational failure on behalf of Out in Tech – can be made to this policy.


2. Upon arrival at the event location, you’ll be checking in at the lobby with the Coinbase team before heading up to the space.


3. Please know that an RSVP does not guarantee entrance. To ensure entrance we recommend arriving when the doors open at 5:30 pm. If we reach capacity we, unfortunately, may be required to turn people away.


Accessibility: There is a spacious elevator up to the venue, and wheelchair accessible bathrooms we well.