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Women & Non-Binary Community Lunch

by 101 Ways, 08 May 2019

Date: Monday 17th June 2019

Location: Graanbeurs, Damrak 243, 1012 ZJ Amsterdam

Time: 12:30 - 13:30

101Ways and GOTO Amsterdam are proud to invite everyone who identifies as a woman or non-binary to lunch!

We are excited to invite women in tech and non-binary attendees to a community lunch where you get to connect with other WIT and NB attendees at GOTO Amsterdam! We will share stories and experiences with each other while networking and getting to know each other over a standing lunch.This lunch is happening on both Tuesday and Wednesday, each day with a different agenda. Tuesday we will share best practices, and Wednesday we will dig into the topic of leadership. Both days we will of course socialize and get to know each other a bit better.

Be inspired by Agnes Crepet, who is passionate tech activist with over 17 years of software engineering experience. She’s actively involved in non-profit collectives and Tech communities, co-founded MiXiT, which has been highlighting Tech Activism initiatives and diversity. Agnes has also been co-leading Duchess France since 2010 which promotes women in IT. This association inspires and encourages women to speak at conferences or technical events, to be more visible. Agnes will be happy to tell you much more about all the amazing projects she is involved with. A perfect fit for our WTF community mission!

Come as you are and leave with new friends!

Please grab your lunch from the exhibition hall and bring it to Graanbeurszaal to attend!

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Agnes Crepet

I am a passionate Tech Lead with over 17 years of software engineering experience, trying to make Tech fairer, more diverse and inclusive!

In 2012, I co-founded Ninja Squad, which is well-known in France for its core values: code matters, open source support, flat and cooperative management. Our technical books about Angular are DRM-free, sold under a “Pay what you want” mode supporting non-profit organisations like Electronic Frontier Foundation.

In September 2018, I moved with my family abroad. I joined Fairphone, in Amsterdam, as the head of IT, focused on building a new IT Landscape. Fairphone is a social enterprise that is building a movement for fairer electronics

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