Mark your calendars for the Women Who Tech TeleSummit being held on May 12th, 2009.
This event will feature thought provoking panels on topics ranging from running your own start up to dealing with sexism, ageism, and the lack of diversity in the tech sector.
If you have an idea for a virtual workshop that would benefit every woman working in online communications or technology you still have a couple of days left to submit your panel ideas at http://www.womenwhotech.com/suggest_panel.html
Once again, Women Who Tech plans to host fun after parties in DC, NYC, SF, and other great cities. A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are still available for organizations who are looking to connect with women in tech.
Go to http://womenwhotech.com/sponsorships.html for more information.
Women Who Tech's Founder, Allyson Kapin blogs for Fast Company and writes a weekly blog column called Radical Tech that follows the latest trends in tech and Web 2.0. Allyson uses this column to highlight women in the tech field and the inspiring projects and businesses they are working on.
In addition, Allyson recently became the new Blogger-In-Chief for Care2's Frogloop covering nonprofit technology and online marketing, social media, and online fundraising. http://www.frogloop.com.
You can follow Allyson Kapin on Twitter
You can also check out Women Who Tech's Del.icio.us Bookmarks that features insightful articles from the organization and its members.