Mon 20 January 2020 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
ITC Campus - Shoken 18, Tel Aviv,
We all want to increase the number of women in tech. But when we get to the point where we have to take care of our own interests at work, we tend to make the same mistakes.
What can we individually do to change it? In this talk you’ll hear about things that fail women when looking for jobs, what solutions can help parents working in tech and what can we learn from men when negotiating.
The content of this talk is based on the results of Women in Tech Survey 2019, data from other studies and the best practices learned from tech companies.
⚡️Date: Monday, January 20th
⚡️Location: ITC Drahi Campus, Shoken 18, Tel-Aviv
⚡️Registration through Eventbrite
👋🏻 About the speaker:
Inbal Orpaz is a startup ecosystem expert, a strategic consultant in the field of innovation and a public speaker. She is focused on marketing, tech employment and recruitment, the future of work, establishing entrepreneurial ecosystems, and women’s employment. Founder of the “#WomanInTech” initiative to promote women in high-tech. She is a researcher at Lipkin Shahak program at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS).
A former senior high-tech correspondent for TheMarker, where she covered a variety of topics, including entrepreneurship and venture capital investments, the diversity in tech, the social role of high-tech as a growth engine, multinational companies and homeland security technologies.
She was elected to the Forbes Under30 list for 2017 and to the list of the 100 most influential people in the Israeli high-tech of Geektime in 2015.
She holds an MBA from Tel Aviv University, and participated in the international exchange student program at New York University (NYU); she holds a BA in Film Studies (cum laude) and Economics from Tel Aviv University.
👋🏻 About ITC:
If you’re interested in starting your career as a Data Scientist or Full-Stack Developer and become job-ready within 4-5 months, ITC offers full-time courses in its beautiful campus in Tel-Aviv. The next cohort starts in February 2020.