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Courage Confidence Character Series


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America’s STEM workforce is crucial for generating new ideas and providing the flexibility and critical thinking required in the modern economy. Although women continue to make gains across the broader economy, they remain underrepresented in STEM jobs. Data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) reveals that only 24% of the STEM workforce is comprised of women, with little improvement in the past 8 years. Today’s competitive job market can be difficult, especially for women who are trying to break into traditionally male-dominated career fields such as finance, engineering and technology. Through dialogue at Courage, Confidence and Character, we will talk about how Girl Scouts is tackling the issue, and inspire you to overcome challenges, solve problems, and advance in your field. Join us for a fun Tuesday night out—the event is open to everyone—all ages, genders and non-Girl Scouts!

Meet our speaker:
iMom, Dreamer, Servant Leader, and Chief Technology & Information Offer (CTIO) for the Green Bay Area Public Schools. Recently named as one of the top 100 EdTech Influencers in 2018, Diane is a former teacher who is a 30-year veteran of education, master in edtech, has built a data warehouse and is passionate about providing technology and opportunities to all students.
From Farm Kid to CTIO: How did THAT happen?
Diane didn't wake up one day and say that she wanted a career in STEM, it was an evolution. Come to this event to find out how her winding journey and childhood interests led to her technology leadership. As a mother of four daughters, find out how this parent inspires her children, her department members, and community to make a STEM difference in the world.

Event timeline:
5:45 pm: Doors open for check in & registration
6 pm-6:30 pm: Informal networking, appetizers, refreshments & STEM activity at tables
6:30-7:30 pm Program & Guest Speaker
*You do not need to be a registered Girl Scout to attend this event

For more information:
Contact: Chiara Boss, Fund Development Coordinator (cboss@gsnwgl.org or 920.955.3343)