Women That Build Month is here! And we’re inviting you to be a part of it.

During Women’s Month, we will be hosting different initiatives at Globant offices all over the world. We’ve got a roster of speakers who will participate in panels, conferences, and digital actions. Topics will include Women in IT, Women in Leadership, and the Promotion of Diversity and Inclusion. We aim to promote the inclusion and professional growth of women in our industry and bring infinite opportunities to all.

Check out all the activities to come…

Glob{Her} 2020 – day one

Tuesday, March 10th, 7pm – 9pm (Chile)

Today, tune in here for Glob{Her}. These are the talks on deck for this event:

Why and How to Empower Women in Technology

Thursday, March 12th, 12pm (ART) | 9am (MEX)
10am (COL) | 8:30 pm (IN)

If you need more insights for your arsenal of reasons and tips to empower women in the tech space, join us for this event. Our speakers for this event are:

Araceli MartinClub de Chicas Programadoras (Girl Programmers Club) (ARG).
Araceli CamposLaboratoria (MEX).
Kuljeet KaveenshwarEmpower Her (IND).

Glob{Her] 2020 – day 2

Thursday, March 12th, 7pm – 9pm (Chile)

Day two of the Glob{Her} sessions takes place here on Thursday. We’ll hear from experts on the following themes:

  • Jocelyn Parada, Laboratoria: “Hacking Inequality in the Tech World”
  • Fabiola Castro, Equifax Workforce Solution: ” Look and Feel”
  • Ivan Olivares, Globant: “Be Kind to Your Peers and Beyond”
  • Vanessa Tejada, LATAM Airlines: “Outdo Yourself and Be Happy With What You Have”

And that’s a wrap for this week of Women that Build Month. Keep cheering on our #WomenThatBuild, and stay tuned for more news about our upcoming panel discussion on women in technology leadership!

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