Creating Community & Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: A Panel and Discussion with Techqueria LA


Cal State LA is excited to partner with Techqueria LA for a panel and discussion about thriving in workplaces (and educational institutions) when you're a member of an underrepresented community. Speakers will share how they deal with feelings of impostor syndrome and tips for creating community in the workplace. Light refreshments will be served.

Creating Community & Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: A Panel and Discussion with Techqueria LA

🗓️ Thursday - September 28, 2017

🏢 Cal State LA

Cal State LA is excited to partner with Techqueria LA for a panel and discussion about thriving in workplaces (and educational institutions) when you’re a member of an underrepresented community. Speakers will share how they deal with feelings of impostor syndrome and tips for creating community in the workplace. Light refreshments will be served.

Techqueria is a professional community for Latinxs in tech. This event is open to graduate and undergraduate students of all backgrounds and identities.

  • Nicole Gonzalez, NASA JPL
  • Hector Carmona, Google
  • Andrea Flores, former Disney & Digital Domain
  • Brian Crown, GoDaddy

Learn more at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/techqueria-las-september-meetup-creating-community-and-overcoming-imposter-syndrome-tickets-38025008825

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Cal State LA

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ℹ️About Techqueria

Techqueria is a nonprofit that empowers Latinx professionals in the tech industry by building networking and career advancement opportunities.

We build Latinx-centered spaces that revolve around career advice, technical talks, mentorship, open jobs, networking events, speaking opportunities, and open-source and we work with both employee resource groups (ERGs) and tech companies to comprehensively affect change in the tech industry.

Coming from all walks of life, we believe that the diversity of our community is the most reliable asset we have. Our space aims to be inclusive so we invite Latinx from the regions of the Caribbean, Haiti, and Brazil as well as those who identify as Afro-Latinx, Asian-Latinx or LGBTQIA. The term Latinx is used instead of Latino or Latina because it is a gender-neutral and inclusive term.

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