Women in technology face numerous challenges in their daily work. If you would like to join others in the field to discuss those challenges, AvramCamp is for you. This one-day LITA preconference will allow women and non-binary individuals employed in various technological industries an opportunity to network with others in the field and to collectively examine common barriers faced.
This day will follow the unconference model allowing attendees the power to choose topics most relevant to them. The day will start with Sara Margaret Rizzo and Aisha Conner-Gaten helping attendees combat imposter syndrome, the feeling that you aren’t actually qualified for the work you are doing and will be discovered as a fraud. Attendees will then have the opportunity to propose and attend breakout sessions on a variety of topics such as salary negotiation, creating inclusive job postings, and becoming leaders in the technology field.
Still undecided? Read ALA Emerging Leader Aisha Conner-Gaten’s report on her experiences at AvramCamp 2017.
We thank our sponsor, OCLC, for supporting travel scholarships to help build connections for participants who would not otherwise have access to these opportunities.
ALA Unit/Subunit: LITA
Meeting Type: Preconference/Institute, Ticketed Event
Cost: Ticketed Event. Not included with registration. Visit the Ticketed Events Information Page for further details.