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CallbackWomen Speakers Panel Discussion (2016-03-15)

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Published on Mar 31, 2016

CallbackWomen panel discussion by women who are tech conference speakers. (left to right) Emily Nakashima, Alicia Liu, Raquel Velez, Jenn Wong, Emma Humphries, Stella Cotton. Moderated by Carina C. Zona. Topics include screening/selecting conferences, anonymized (aka "blind") evaluation, getting travel/lodging expenses covered, stage fright mind/body hacks, pair speaking, support systems, rehearsing, improvisational delivery vs memorized, "hard" vs "soft" talks, rolling with the unexpected, Q&A sessions, mansplains & gendered feedback, A/V logistics, iterating on talks, speaker notes, codes of conduct, drinking culture, gender non-conformity, representation of marginalized women (including women of color, trans women, and queer women), tokenism, diversity & inclusivity efforts, and impostor syndrome.

NOTE: The post that Raquel mentions near the end is Jenn Lukas' excellent "A Formula for Speaking Fees" https://web.archive.org/web/201508210...

Location: Square (San Francisco, CA)
Date: March 15, 2016
Organization: CallbackWomen
Hashtag: #techwomentalk

This is the 3rd event in a series. Previous events in the series were "Women Who Code Who Do Tech Talks Too" (2012) and "Taking Flight: Women Who Code Who Do Tech Talks 2" (2015).

Since 2013, CalbackWomen has been on a mission to radically increase gender diversity at the podium of professional programmers' conferences.

* Web: CallbackWomen.com
* Twitter: @CallbackWomen
* Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/CallbackWomen/

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