Grace Hopper Celebration – Part 2

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Today’s episode is part 2 of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. On part 1, I talked to three attendees and for this episode I talked with speakers and volunteers at the event.

Liz Hill
Liz Hill was a speaker at the student opportunity lab, where she spoke about how to interview teams as you are going through the interview process. Liz Hill is a Program Manager in Microsoft’s Skype for Business group. She has worked in a number of roles prior to moving into program management full time, including as a college radio deejay, mobile phone game tester and in mobile content merchandising.

Liz Hill spoke at the Student Opportunity Lab

Bushra Anjum
Bushra talked about the Open Source track at Grace Hopper. She was a speaker twice and shared advice on what makes a talk good, and how to improve your talk so that it gets a high interest factor. Bushra has a PhD in Computer Science from North Carolina State University and is currently serving as a Tech Lead for the Amazon Prime Program. her team is responsible for the timely, accurate and reliable services for millions of Amazon Prime customers across the world.

Bushra has been a speaker twice at Grace Hopper

Sahana Gururaj
Sahana was a volunteer on Open Source Day. We talked the projects that attendees worked on, and the importance of participating at the hackathon. Sahana is a Computer Science graduate from UT Austin. She has worked on the Scholarship Application Committee at Grace Hopper and has been a mentor at Open Source Day. In 2016 she volunteered in logistics and worked with sponsors for the hackathon at the conference.

Sahana was a volunteer at Open Source Day

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One thought

  1. Thank you for the opportunity to share my thoughts and experiences at this forum. I am glad to be a part of the women in tech show.


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