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Women in Tech Caribbean
Presents:

#WEAREWITC
A 1-DAY CONFERENCE

AUG 20, 2022
@ 9am CENTRAL time

 

CONFERENCE GOALS

1 / Provide opportunities for the diaspora and local communities to connect and collaborate

2 / Facilitate necessary conversations that connect, shape and grow female tech talent
3 / Expand community and build awareness of Caribbean women in tech

OUR HEADLINE SPEAKER

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Ingrid Riley is a Caribbean Tech Maven, award-winning Digital Media Entrepreneur,  Syndicated Tech and Business BloggerPodcaster,  Event Producer, and Investor. She’s behind SiliconCaribe -the trailblazing and disruptive digital media and events brand and ecosystem, that kickstarted the Tech Startup Scene in Jamaica, and that’s been influencing the growth of the Caribbean Tech Ecosystem and Digital.

At the WiTC Conference, Ingrid will dive into different ways tech entrepreneurship and investment can further develop the Caribbean for years to come.

INGRID RILEY, FOUNDER/CEO SILION CARIBE

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

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OUR SPEAKERs

Meet the Caribbean leaders and industry professionals who will be shaping the WiTC Conference! They will be bringing you exciting workshops, lightning talks and a panel on topics that are specific to the Caribbean and Caribbean diaspora communities.

HOSTED BY

Gillian Parague

Product & Project Lead, Fintech

Gillian Parague

Organizers

Who can ATTEND?

INDUsTRY PROFESSIONALS

STEAM COLLEGE STUDENTS

COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS

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Digital Programmer

 ABOUT WITC

Women in Tech Caribbean is a Slack community aimed at connecting self-identifying Caribbean women in the tech space at home and in the diaspora. It is a safe-space for members to network, share opportunities, ideas, jobs, etc.

Our community currently has 250+ members from all over the Caribbean, including but not limited to Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and Barbados. A total of 46 countries are represented in our community.