Get Out There!
Abstract: In part 2 of our Get Out There! series, CUGC Women in Tech mentors Esther Barthel (CTP), Jen Sheerin (CTP) and Jim Moyle (CTP alum) share their best advice and tips for presenting in front of an audience. Speaking in front of a live or virtual audience can be daunting at first, but each of these speakers overcame their anxieties and are ready to share their insights and coping strategies.
Volunteering to speak and present is a high-visibility way to get your name out in the tech community and start building your personal brand. Join this short, 30-minute session to feel inspired, confident, and motivated!
This session is presented by CUGC and the CUGC Women In Technology community, and is free for all attendees.
Senior Program Manager for Azure Virtual Desktop
With a MS in Computer Science, Esther is a passionate technology professional, and especially loves to design new VDI infrastructures based on the Citrix product portfolio, and automate the implementation and administration tasks with PowerShell scripts. Esther is also a CTP and very active in the CUGC community as a forum moderator and a member of the Content Working Group.