Thursday, April 8, 2021

Attend the 'Navigating Identity in Tech' panel on Friday, April 23

Join University of Minnesota graduates for "Navigating Identity in Tech," a panel discussion about how they have leveraged their unique identities and experiences to create successful careers and advance equity along the way. The panel will present unique perspectives for tech-interested students who hold marginalized gender and sexual identities about how to leverage their identities during the career planning process.
Leverage your identities for career success!

Join University of Minnesota graduates for "Navigating Identity in Tech," a panel discussion about how they have leveraged their unique identities and experiences to create successful careers and advance equity along the way. The panel will present unique perspectives for tech-interested students who hold marginalized gender and sexual identities about how to leverage their identities during the career planning process.

"Navigating Identity in Tech" Virtual Panel
Friday, April 23, 2021
Noon-1 p.m. Central Time
Learn more and register for Navigating Identity in Tech

The scheduled panelists are:
  • Carmen DeCouto (She/They), senior product marketing manager at Sisense
  • Laurel Hunt (She/Her), product design engineer at Andersen Windows
  • Arthur Schultz (He/Him/His), project manager at Heraeus Medical Components Fridley Development Center

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