TechWomen breakfast to host technology round tables

Participants will discuss gaining visibility in the technology industry, mobile versus web and understanding generational differences
Deborah McLaughlin|!!| executive coach and CEO of The Renegade Leader

The New Hampshire High Tech Council will feature a variety of round table discussion topics at its next TechWomen Power Breakfast on Wednesday, July 12. The event will take place from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford. 

Heather LaDue, channel partner executive of SmartBooks, will speak during the breakfast while table discussions will be facilitated by Kelly Sue LaBlanc, founding partner at Aoibri, Melissa Dunham, community development specialist at Microsoft and Deborah McLaughlin, executive coach and CEO of The Renegade Leader.

The event will feature a variety of round table topics including:

  • Mobile vs web, what’s the difference and when does it matter?
  • Visibility: setting yourself apart from competitors
  • Generations: exploration of how millennials, Gen X-ers, and baby boomers can all learn from one another
  • Tech talk: Chat Bots — the next big thing

“The July power breakfast provides an opportunity for participants to join in on the conversation around technology and the importance of working with colleagues of all age groups. This is an ongoing theme coming out of these monthly breakfasts — how do we continue supporting a dynamic tech workforce and filling its pipeline,” said Michelline Dufort, director of business relations for the council. “We welcome tech leaders to share their insights, experiences and lessons learned at our breakfast and our round table format will provide the perfect avenue to do so.”

The TechWomen Power Breakfast series is part of the Council’s TechWomen|TechGirls initiative that builds on a strong community of women enthusiastic about technology and supporting efforts where girls are exploring STEM as a career or area of study. TechWomen|TechGirls holds programs for professional women to connect, collaborate and explore ideas around career development, technology initiatives, and innovation. The initiative also deploys volunteers and mentors to support academic STEM initiatives and events for girls across New Hampshire.

The TechWomen|TechGirls breakfast series is sponsored by TD Bank and Newforma. Tickets for the Power Breakfast are $10 for members of the council and $20 for not-yet-members, and includes breakfast. Register here or call 603-935-8951. 

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