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the balance between computer science and social science in order
to solve real life issues going on in our community.





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PROJECT1
Thu, March 8, 2018
4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
FalconX
691 South Milpitas Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035


What did we do?

FalconX provided us with an empowering conversation and an amazing network opportunity. Talking to professionals, entrepreneurs, mentors, advisors, VCs, investors, and visionaries in the tech industry was an enriching experience. After savoring unique Indian food with amazing people, a main event started. Kim Polese, Asha Jadeja, Meera Kaul, Jayanthi Rangarajan, and Jill Von Berg shared their thoughts and experiences. We could indirectly experience the journey of the speakers as women in the tech field. We could learn what it takes to be a successful woman entrepreneur in Silicon Valley - the challenges the joys the ups and downs of negative and entrepreneurial path. Finally, we participated in the fireside chat which was followed by a panel discussion that showcased women mentors and women entrepreneurs of today telling their stories of growth and scale.

Why?

More and more women are participating in the field of technology. Women are portrayed as women rather than workers. Reporters write about a female entrepreneur’s fashion instead of what innovative ideas she announces. And there are grotesque environments women face, such as unwanted sexual attention.
We wanted listen how women entrepreneurs deal with the current environment and think what we can do to solve the problems as college students. We also wanted to have an opportunity to meet and learn from many women in tech organizations that promote educational, networking and mentoring opportunities and encourage open, on-going discussion about topics affecting women in tech.

Lesson?

“Get out of your comfort zone.” All speakers emphasized the quote. We cannot be afraid to challenge new tasks, so embracing being uncomfortable is not an option. Being uncomfortable does not mean that we are on a wrong track.
Find a mentor. Many others have experienced similar things before you, so never should we hesitate to find a mentor. The speakers shared them being encouraged and empowered by their lifelong mentors. A mentor is not limited to a woman. Many male allies are eager to provide guidance and support.
Speak out. Do not stop communicating and reaching out. Silence changes nothing. The speakers said

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PROJECT2
Thu, March 8, 2018
4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
FalconX
691 South Milpitas Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035


What did we do?

FalconX provided us with an empowering conversation and an amazing network opportunity. Talking to professionals, entrepreneurs, mentors, advisors, VCs, investors, and visionaries in the tech industry was an enriching experience. After savoring unique Indian food with amazing people, a main event started. Kim Polese, Asha Jadeja, Meera Kaul, Jayanthi Rangarajan, and Jill Von Berg shared their thoughts and experiences. We could indirectly experience the journey of the speakers as women in the tech field. We could learn what it takes to be a successful woman entrepreneur in Silicon Valley - the challenges the joys the ups and downs of negative and entrepreneurial path. Finally, we participated in the fireside chat which was followed by a panel discussion that showcased women mentors and women entrepreneurs of today telling their stories of growth and scale.

Why?

More and more women are participating in the field of technology. Women are portrayed as women rather than workers. Reporters write about a female entrepreneur’s fashion instead of what innovative ideas she announces. And there are grotesque environments women face, such as unwanted sexual attention.
We wanted listen how women entrepreneurs deal with the current environment and think what we can do to solve the problems as college students. We also wanted to have an opportunity to meet and learn from many women in tech organizations that promote educational, networking and mentoring opportunities and encourage open, on-going discussion about topics affecting women in tech.

Lesson?

“Get out of your comfort zone.” All speakers emphasized the quote. We cannot be afraid to challenge new tasks, so embracing being uncomfortable is not an option. Being uncomfortable does not mean that we are on a wrong track.
Find a mentor. Many others have experienced similar things before you, so never should we hesitate to find a mentor. The speakers shared them being encouraged and empowered by their lifelong mentors. A mentor is not limited to a woman. Many male allies are eager to provide guidance and support.
Speak out. Do not stop communicating and reaching out. Silence changes nothing. The speakers said

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Event1
Thu, March 8, 2018
4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
FalconX
691 South Milpitas Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035


What did we do?

FalconX provided us with an empowering conversation and an amazing network opportunity. Talking to professionals, entrepreneurs, mentors, advisors, VCs, investors, and visionaries in the tech industry was an enriching experience. After savoring unique Indian food with amazing people, a main event started. Kim Polese, Asha Jadeja, Meera Kaul, Jayanthi Rangarajan, and Jill Von Berg shared their thoughts and experiences. We could indirectly experience the journey of the speakers as women in the tech field. We could learn what it takes to be a successful woman entrepreneur in Silicon Valley - the challenges the joys the ups and downs of negative and entrepreneurial path. Finally, we participated in the fireside chat which was followed by a panel discussion that showcased women mentors and women entrepreneurs of today telling their stories of growth and scale.

Why?

More and more women are participating in the field of technology. Women are portrayed as women rather than workers. Reporters write about a female entrepreneur’s fashion instead of what innovative ideas she announces. And there are grotesque environments women face, such as unwanted sexual attention.
We wanted listen how women entrepreneurs deal with the current environment and think what we can do to solve the problems as college students. We also wanted to have an opportunity to meet and learn from many women in tech organizations that promote educational, networking and mentoring opportunities and encourage open, on-going discussion about topics affecting women in tech.

Lesson?

“Get out of your comfort zone.” All speakers emphasized the quote. We cannot be afraid to challenge new tasks, so embracing being uncomfortable is not an option. Being uncomfortable does not mean that we are on a wrong track.
Find a mentor. Many others have experienced similar things before you, so never should we hesitate to find a mentor. The speakers shared them being encouraged and empowered by their lifelong mentors. A mentor is not limited to a woman. Many male allies are eager to provide guidance and support.
Speak out. Do not stop communicating and reaching out. Silence changes nothing. The speakers said

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