Colorado’s tech community is powered by women leaders who were dedicated to empowering their teams, organizations, community, and beyond. The Women in Tech (WIT) Conference celebrated and supported our unique community.
In its 13th year, the WIT Conference was a retreat-style event celebrating women across technology. In 2023, over 650 women gathered to hear from a variety of dynamic speakers and engaged in meaningful discourse on technology trends, leadership, and the opportunities and challenges facing women building a career in tech.
At our 2023 Women in Tech Conference, we explored the theme, “When Women Lead.” We discussed how our organizations, teams, and communities change when women are in leadership positions, how women contribute to the thriving Colorado tech community, and how we could create opportunities for a broader range of voices and perspectives moving forward.
More information on our 2024 Women in Tech Conference coming soon.
Thursday, September 12, 2024
7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Spruce Mountain Ranch
TICKET PRICES + IMPORTANT DATES
What You Get When You Register for the 2021 Women in Tech (WIT) Conference
CTA MEMBERS-ONLY ACCESS
Exclusive Content & Community-Led Sessions
Professional Development Workshops
Luminary Mentor Hours
Virtual and In-person* Community Networking
On-Demand and Archived Content
Digital Photo Booth
The first 500 people signed up to attend WIT will receive a digital copy of Marissa King’s recent book, “Social Chemistry: Decoding the Patterns of Human Connection.”
Companies who purchase a group of tickets for their attendees will receive hard copies of Dorie Clark’s new book, “The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World” to be released on September 21!
(*in-person events will be located in Denver and are subject to COVID-19 safety protocols)
Credit Card Payment Only
Tickets must be purchased with a credit card at the time of registration.
2023 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
WIT Luminaries are female tech executives and community leaders who join the event to share their leadership journey and lead our table discussions.
Shawn Adamson, Comcast Business
Angela Appleby, Plante Moran
Karla Arzola, Rocky Mountain Human Services
Kelsey Bell, Arrow Electronics, Inc.
Amy Bhikha, State of Colorado
Ashley Bolton, City and County of Denver
Michelle Bourgeois, St. Vrain Valley Schools
Ann Boyd, Stoplight
Kim Brown Wilmsen, Arrow Electronics
Johneen Buffard, Google
Lissa Burkholder, Google
Deborah Cameron, Denver Economic Development & Opportunity
Michelle Carr, Moss Adams LLP
Stephanie Casto, Arrow Electronics
Emily Cellar, Wheel Pros
Sudha Chandrasekharan, Auctane
Ashlee Collins, Inspirato
Tracy Cook, Zayo
Carrie Damon, Centura Health
Celia Dietrich, Dietrich Partners
Courtney Ehrlichman, Panasonic
Lori Frasier, Pax8
Esther Friend, Five9
Kassendra Galindo, Cooley LLP
Paige Goss, Point Solutions Group
Kathleen Greenburg, FirstBank
Sandra Haden Solin, Capitol Solutions
Sarah Herzog, Ardent Mills
Tammie Hilend, Pivot Positive
Molly Ho, U.S. Dept. of Commerce
Sevrin Huff, DISH Network
Allison Hull, Maxar Technologies
Aleta Jeffress, CGI
Marina Johnson, MOST Programming, Inc.
Tasha Jones, LV Jones Consulting
Gauri Kapur, Hitachi Vantara
Zaneta Kelsey, Access Mode
Mollybeth (Molly) Kocialski, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Rocky Mountain
Eve Lieberman, OEDIT
Nancy Lyskawa, Rimini Street
Miranda Mason, Slalom
Suma Nallapati, Insight
Katie Peterson, Accenture
Kate Polesovsky, Tyler Colorado (previously NIC Colorado)
Annette Quintana, Istonish, Inc
Sara Roberts, Blend360
Beth Rudden, Bast AI
Hilary Sontag, St. Vrain Valley Schools
Brandi Vandegriff, Alchemer
Monica Walton, Evoque
Karen Worstell, VMware, Inc
Jennifer Young, TECNA
Helen Young Hayes, ActivateWork
Interested in sponsoring WIT in 2024? Contact Peter Schwartz at 303-592-4070 or firstname.lastname@example.org.