From College to Career: How did she do it?
Date: Thursday, November 1, 2012

Time: 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Campus Center
Assembly Hall

University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, New York


Students! Consider a fantastic career involving technology! One with excitement! Challenge! Travel! Meet interesting people!

Join our event and hear successful women discuss how they are making a difference every day.

We will have a lively, candid, interactive discussion with the featured speakers and then a chance to NETWORK with them afterwards. Delicious food will be provided at the Networking time.

Come! Listen! Enjoy! Eat!
And if you participate in the Networking event – you will have a chance to win a FREE IPAD

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Featured Panelists:
Fran Berman Professor of Computer Science, RPI
Christine E. Haile Chief Information Officer, University at Albany (moderator)
Regina Kunkle Vice President, State & Local Higher Education Sales, NetApp
Annmarie Lanesey Co-founder and President, GreaneTree Technology
Nancy Mulholland Chief Information Officer, NYS Office of Transportation and Economic Development
Michele Sweeney Senior Vice President/Senior Technology Manager, Bank of America

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According to a recent Forbes article, women who pursue technical careers are in very high demand in the job market. Learn how our panelists developed a path of accomplishment and what you can do to transfer your interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics into a successful and rewarding career. Technology is woven into everything today, and we are here to encourage more young women to go for careers in technology!

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