Monsanto’s Women in IT group is proud to sponsor a St. Louis community event to advance the dialogue about diversity in computing education and professions. Our goal is to engage the present and future of IT in St. Louis in a discussion about how we can begin to shrink the gender gap, and increase overall diversity in IT. Please register for the event before April 26, 2016 and share the information and the attached flyer.
WHAT: Screening of the award winning documentary “Code: Debugging the Gender Gap” followed by a panel discussion
WHEN: Thursday, April 28, 2016 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm (CDT)
WHERE: Washington University in St. Louis, Laboratory Sciences Building, Room 300
WHO: Target audience includes K – 12 and post-secondary educators, business and community professionals. The full documentary will be shared which may not be suitable for middle and high school students who are not 18+.
. Caitlin Kelleher, Hugo F. & Ina Champ Urbauer Career Development Associate Professor, Computer Science & Engineering, Washington University
. Ann Marr, Vice President, Global Human Resources, World Wide Technology, Inc.
. Crystal Martin, Education and Community Engagement Manager, LaunchCode
. Michael Palmer, Director of Technology Solutions, Parkway School District’s Spark program, Founder of Code Red Education
. Sarah Riley, Agile Office Lead, Monsanto
. Erin Williams (Moderator), Global Supply Chain Platform Service Lead, Monsanto