ARA Seattle: Women in Technology–the Male Perspective

September 29, 2015

We’re excited to share details of our next ARA Seattle event, Women in Technology: The Male Perspective.

Please register today!

An all male panel at a women’s event? That’s right. We believe the conversation about advancing women in technology is not one that should be had in isolation, especially when organizations large and small are feeling the effect of talent shortages. Our goal is to strengthen the position of women in tech, including those who attend our events, by presenting opportunities to hear varying perspectives.

During this panel, male leaders from different facets of the Seattle technology and digital community will share their perspective on what is necessary for women to play a more significant role–both in volume and influence–in the tech industry.

We are thrilled to present a strong line-up of thought leaders, including moderator, Anna Frazzetto, SVP and MD, International Technology Solutions, Harvey Nash and panelists Mark Mader, President & CEO, SmartSheet and Jonathan Sposato, CEO of PicMonkey. More panelists will be announced soon!

Moderator & Panelists

Please join us in welcoming our fantastic moderator and panelists for the evening. (Additional panelists will be announced soon.)

  • Anna Frazzetto, SVP & MD, International Technology Solutions, Harvey Nash
  • Mark Mader, President & CEO, SmartSheet
  • Jonathan Sposato, Chairman, PicMonkey

A summary of logistics:

Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2015
6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Pacific Science Center, 200 2nd Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109
This event is open to women and men who either work in the tech industry or have an IT role. We encourage everyone’s attendance for an opportunity to learn from the distinguished panel, network with others in the industry, and share your voice through Q&A and live Tweeting.
$20 – Light appetizers and beverages will be served

Please register today!

A Special Thank You to Our Event Sponsors:

ClearEdge Marketing, McCann Partners and Harvey Nash