Just Films - Code: Debugging the Gender Gap
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap reveals the deeply rooted misogyny within the tech industry, and demonstrates why gender and racial parity are so important. This film shows us how bright the future will look if STEM fields are inclusive to creative people from all identities and backgrounds.
This event is free and open to the public.
Please join us for the Just Films Closing Reception at 5:30 on the Eddy Theater patio!
The film will be followed by a panel discussion and Q & A session.
Allyce Pinchback Johnson, a native of Pittsburgh, is the Chief Program Officer for Gwen’s Girls.
• Kenya Matthews is an Assistant Vice President and Certified Scrum Product Owner for Retail Lending focusing on the Customer Experience for PNC Financial Services.
• Cheryl Begandy is the Director of External Relations and Outreach at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), which is a joint operation of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh.
• Alison Falk is the founder of Women In Technology Pittsburgh (WIT PGH) as well as the founder of the first digital magazine on the intersection and disruption of tech and human sexuality in order to help create new solutions and innovative approaches to real world problems such as sex education, women's sexual health and wellness, human trafficking, sexual violence, etc.
• Satvika Neti (she/her/hers) embraces the hyphen and works to bridge the gap between technology and social impact. Satvika currently serves as the Women and Girls Foundation’s (WGF) resident digital social justice advocate, where she leads efforts to mobilize members and supporters to take action to break down barriers for women and girls.
• Oluwatobi “Tobi” G. Oladiran
Registration and Directions
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Fee : Free
Event Contact InformationMelody Harris
DirectionsParking is free in the Library Parking Lot which you can only enter off of Murray Hill Avenue (not to be confused with Murray Avenue).
Murray Hill Avenue can be reached from both Wilkins and Fifth Avenue and is a cobblestone street. From Fifth Ave, it is located between Maryland Ave and S. Negley Ave. From Wilkins, it is located between Murray Ave and S. Negley Ave.
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