CHM is proud to partner with Women of Silicon Valley, a “Humans of New York” spin-off showcasing diverse and resilient members of the tech community to tackle this question. Join us on August 24 for an event in which race, gender and other identities represented in the tech world are explored through conversations with rising leaders from Google, Facebook and more.
Our panelists, who are Black, LatinX, and Indigenous employees at tech companies across the Bay Area, will "debug" what exactly intersectional feminism means to them. They will share journeys of "making it" here in Silicon Valley and combatting adversity at the junction of their identities - race, gender, ability and more. This panel will be followed by a fireside chat with Kamilah Taylor, senior software engineer and a diversity and inclusion advocate.
Guests are invited to network with fellow attendees before and after the program. Visitors are also encouraged to submit their resumes here the prior to the event.
Friday Nights @CHM is offering you a whole new way to experience the Computer History Museum.
CHM is now open after hours, from 5 to 9 p.m., and we're hosting the techiest block party in Silicon Valley, featuring innovative cuisine from CateredToo, patio festivities at our Cloud Bistro beer garden, and special live programming on select Fridays for visitors of all ages.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043