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MEDIA ALERT: Collaboration, Not Competition: Girl Geek Dinner #64 at Perforce Software

ALAMEDA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 --

Collaboration, Not Competition: Girl Geek Dinner #64 at Perforce Software

A networking event for 200+ women in technology presented by non-profit Girl Geek Dinners and hosted by Perforce Software.

  • Keynote from Ari Horie, founder of Women's Startup Lab and one of Silicon Valley Business Journal's Silicon Valley's 100 Women of Influence 2014, discussing how to succeed through collaboration, not competition

  • Presentation from celebrated chef Tanya Holland, discussing entrepreneurship and her journey to becoming a leading authority on soul food

  • Presentation from Kathy Baldanza, VP of Engineering at Perforce and one of Hackbright Academy's 21 Women in Technology to Watch, discussing her work at Perforce

  • Demos from the Girl Geeks behind products such as Perforce's code collaboration tool, Swarm™

  • Results of the Girl Geek persona quiz submitted by event attendees

  • Comfort-food classics from chef Tanya Holland and signature P4 cocktails from Perforce

Perforce Software Headquarters (2320 Blanding Ave, Alameda, CA 94501)

FREE SHUTTLE FROM BART EVERY 30 MINS (First pick-up at Fruitvale BART at 5:45pm - last shuttle from Perforce at 8:45pm)

6:00 PM PDT - 8:30 PM PDT, Thursday, May 29, 2014

Ari Horie, founder of Women's Startup Lab

Tanya Holland, chef/entrepreneur, Brown Sugar Kitchen & B-Side BBQ

Kathy Baldanza, VP of Engineering, Perforce Software

Bay Area Girl Geeks

Ivana Gaspic
Perforce Software
Email: Email Contact
Phone: 510.473.3186
Cell: 415.955.7483

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