501 Tech Club: Women in Technology Panel #2

NetSquared Victoria (Victoria, BC) is part of NTEN’s 501 Tech Club program.

Women in Tech – Panel Discussion from 3 panelists representing different generations, sectors – and seasons – of a career in tech.

Join us to be inspired, and hear real stories of regular women who found something in technology that delighted them, which sparked them to launch their careers in a predominantly male industry. With only 7% of top IT industry positions held by women, these are rare sightings, and they have extraordinary stories to tell – you won’t want to miss them!

Suggested donation: $5.


5:30-6:00: Doors open. schmoozing, coffee, and snacks
6:00-6:05: NetSquared welcome and program updates
6:05-7:05: Panel discussion
7:05-7:30: Mingling, talking about next steps


Jessica Thomas

Jessica is a UVic Computer Science and Lighthouse Labs Web Dev Bootcamp alumni, currently working as a full stack developer at Change.org. She loves encouraging women to hack together, and helps to build community for women in tech by volunteering for Girls Learning Code and occasionally putting together a Stupid Hackathon for Tech Ladies in Victoria.

Chandra Beaveridge

Chandra Beaveridge leads the University Systems Project Management Office as the Project Management Process Manager at the University of Victoria. She has her Computer Engineering degree from the University of Victoria and has a passion for improving learning, teaching, and administrative technologies in higher education as a web developer and a project manager.
Plus one more still to come!