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  • AI DevWorld 2023

    AI DevWorld 2023 

    Oct 24 -26, 2023 | Santa Clara Center - Santa Clara, CA

    Oct 31-Nov 2, 2023 | Live Online

    The world’s largest AI & Machine Learning developer conference

    AI DevWorld 2023 (October 24 - November 2) is the world’s largest AI & Machine Learning developer conference, with tracks covering: Open Source AI libraries, Chatbots, Machine Learning-as-a-Service, AI for the Enterprise, Deep AI/Neural Networks & more. The conference targets software engineers and data scientists who are looking for an introduction to AI, as well as AI dev professionals looking for a landscape view on the newest AI technologies..

  • DeveloperWeek Enterprise 2023

    DeveloperWeek Enterprise 2023 | November 15 -16 | Live Online for 2023

    Join 3,000+ enterprise professionals from around the world converging online to discover, learn, network, and build the enterprise software ecosystem.

    Our community of developer, engineering, and IT & technical professionals is adapting to new virtual methods for getting work done. Join us online Nov 15 - 16 for 6+ tracks of content:

    • Dev Leadership & Management
    • Enterprise Tech Trends
    • DevSecOps & Enterprise Security
    • AI & Big Data
    • Microservices Architecture
    • Containers & Kubernetes

    ...with 50+ live sessions on building global dev & enterprise teams, becoming a technical leader, and implementing the latest enterprise technology & tools.

  • When considering identity, especially the various identities that may or may not be represented within your organization, it's essential to recognize that everyone has multiple identities. Intersectionality is a term and concept coined to describe the interconnected and overlapping nature of social identities. In this webinar, SGO Co-Founder Felicia Jadczak will review various social identity groups, define intersectionality, and discuss how we can consider multiple and intersecting identities within the workplace.

    Learning Goals:

    • Discuss what intersectionality is and how it applies to individuals within the workplace
    • Recognize how identity, privilege, and difference impact how we perceive others and how they perceive us
    • Reflect on individual intersectional identities

    About the Facilitator:

    Felicia is the Co-Founder, Co-CEO, and Head of Training at She+ Geeks Out. Felicia is a recognized speaker and consultant in the diversity, equity, and inclusion field. She has extensive and personal experience with leadership, innovation, women in the workforce, the multiracial experience, and disability. Before co-founding SGO, she worked in the technology industry for over ten years, providing strategic guidance and programming for ERGs, DEI councils, and C-suite members. In 2016 she pivoted to focus solely on She+ Geeks Out, where she oversees SGO’s DEI programming and facilitation team.

    Felicia received a BA in Comparative Literature (French, English) from Haverford College. She received an MBA and a Masters in Information Systems (with honors) from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. She also completed Georgetown University’s Certificate in Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management.