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UC Tech Session: Behind Every Woman in Tech is a Woman: Building the UC Women in Tech Network

August 16, 2022

A panel of UC women comes together to discuss strategies, opportunities, and ways to build meaningful networks that empower women to speak up, strive for success, support others, and be true to who they are.

UC Tech Session: Fearless and Fulfilled - Growing a Climate of Psychological Safety

August 10, 2021

Aditi Chakravarty talks about how to build a culture of psychological safety within your team and your organization.

Community Collective: Return to the New Normal

June 9, 2021

The UC WIT Committee hosts its 2nd community collective to discuss what campus reopening plans may mean to UC IT women.

UC Tech Session: With a Little Help from My Friends: The Importance of Mentorship and Sponsorship

January 26, 2021

Jenn Stringer, CIO at UC Berkeley, talks about the value—particularly for women—of having both mentors and sponsors to help guide their careers.

Jan-26 Recording Link | About Jenn Stringer Link

Community Collective: Finding Gratitude in Difficult Times – Holiday Edition

DECEMBER 9, 2020

The UC WIT Committee brings together UC IT women to share experiences during these challenging and unprecedented times.

Recorded webinar: The First Woman Man: Gender labels and workplace expectations

November 20, 2019

Ann Kovalchick, CIO at UC Merced, talks about the real and imagined responsibilities of being female in the workplace.

Nov-20 Recording Link | Nov-20 Slides Link

UC Tech Session: Reframing Technical Difficulties—Expertise, Inclusivity, and How Work Gets Done in IT

July 16, 2019

Ann Kovalchick, CIO at UC Merced, leads a panel on how the IT workplace can become more inclusive by reframing what’s considered “technical.”

About Ann Kovalchick Link

UCCSC Session: Women in Technology Panel

August 14, 2018

Viji Murali, CIO at UC Davis, leads panel discussions on challenges women encounter, combatting unconscious bias, building self-confidence, and recommendations for action.

About Viji Murali Link