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Mark your calendars for the 28th Annual Women's Business Leadership Conference taking place in Tulsa March 6. Spots are still available! https://business.okstate.edu/cepd/open-enrollment/conferences/women-leadership/index.html

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OKWIT Vice President, Stephanie Yeager And OKC programming chair, Ashley West with Dr. Maggie Melo, who delivered the keynote address at University of Oklahoma Academic Technology Expo. Dr. Melo keynote explored the maker movement & identified strategies to cultivate tech-centric learning environments that are intentionally designed to be more equitable & inclusive. She co-founded the University of Arizona’s first publicly accessible and interdisciplinary makerspace. Dr. Melo also founded the Women Techmakers Tucson Hackathon, the Southwest’s first women’s-only hackathon. She currently teaches at the the University of North Carolina School of Information & Library science. She is a champion for women in technology and someone to keep your eye on, as she continues to do great things in our industry !

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The OSU Culture Summit takes place February 7 from 8-noon in downtown Tulsa. Find out more about how to attend or how to be a sponsor! http://ow.ly/nD4t50k8ALp

2018 was a big year for women in STEM. #womenintech https://www.bustle.com/p/women-in-stem-in-2018-made-major-gains-here-are-5-of-their-biggest-accomplishments-15577744

We have to work together to make things better #womenintech https://www.bustle.com/p/16-women-in-tech-on-their-experiences-with-workplace-sexism-15568057