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Speaker Lunch - Girl Geek Dinners - The Social Media Story
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Girl Geek Dinners is an international community for women and girls interested in all things geeky from the Raspberry Pi to career paths of some of the leading ladies in tech. This session will provide details on how Girl Geek Dinners started, how social media and traditional business models were used to grow the network. You will go on a journey and learn about some of the key decisions and mistakes that were made along the way.
Biography: Sarah Lamb is the founder of the multinational non profit community Girl Geek Dinners. Mrs Lamb has a Masters of Enterprise in Computation from Manchester University (UMIST) and works for Microsoft UK as the Editor for TechNet and MSDN . In 2012 Mrs Lamb spoke at the United Nations ITU conference on the importance of educating Women and Girls in ICT and is one of the UK Government’s Women’s Enterprise Ambassadors.
This talk is part of the women@CL Speaker Lunch Series series.
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