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Join Austin Women in Technology, for our biggest event of the year!
Whether you're a hiring manager looking for new talent, or talent looking for new opportunities, AWT wants to help!
We have invited leaders from a variety of industries in Austin to talk about who's hiring, what they're looking for, and so much more!
Networking ~ Panel Discussion ~ Q&A Session
Who's Hiring ~ Who's Looking
There is free parking in a large lot right in front of the venue,
ESO Solutions, 11500 Alterra Parkway
Food will catered by Central Market with a variety of sandwiches, salads, fruit and cheese. There will also be wine, tea, and lemonade. Vegan and gluten-free options will be available.
As always, attire will be business casual.
AWT will be raffling off a $150 Gift Card for Uchi/Uchico
All attendees will receive a 20% discount code for the Showroom
Meet the Panelists
Joshua Carrierre sought to "break the mold" that was placed on those like him as a stereotype. He is currently serving as the Coordinator & Recruiter for the Information Technology Apprenticeship Program at Austin Community College. Joshua has been passionate about and fluent in technology since the age of 13. His passion lead to him wanting to help family and friends, which also became a passion for the community. Working at Child Protective Services for almost 5 years helped him understand why recruiting is important in many aspects of life, especially in the Technology World. As a person that is very interested in Afro-Futurism, the Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence, he is always looking to learn something new.
Elizabeth Maze helps people find, get, and keep great jobs. They are a career coach and instructor for Career Services at Austin Community College. What they love about their program is the department's focus on increasing career equity in populations who face external barriers to employment. Maze has two master's degrees, one in English and one in TESOL - and a decade of experience teaching in intergenerational, multicultural classrooms. Maze also brings with them a lifelong love of theatre performance and uses those tools to help prepare people for "the performance" aspects of a job interview, including improvisation and confidence building.
Chris Stewart began his career in the United States Air Force Space Command managing communications computer systems at NORAD. In September 2000, he received his first City of Austin position and quickly progressed from a contributor to supervisor and eventually IT Manager for City Hall. He then moved to Austin Water as a Division Manager, then Utility Chief Information Officer. He was asked to fill the role of Chief Information Officer for the City of Austin in September of 2020 and accepted the position permanently in April 2021.
Erin Johnson started her career in recruiting right here in Austin, Texas. Starting as the HR/Recruiting Intern at Kinnser Software (now Wellsky), Erin found her love and passion for recruiting. Since then, Erin has worked for healthcare and technology companies until ending up at ESO, which combined both. Starting as the first internal recruiter for ESO, Erin helped grow the business from 250 employees to now 600+. Erin now leads a global talent acquisition team hiring throughout the US, Canada, and Northern Ireland.
Megan Murray has worked for the past decade as a Relationship Manager in the B2B fintech space with SEI Investments, helping large banks & wealth managers with their business structure, and integrating new technologies. In 2021, Megan became curious about new technologies and found her way into web3. As Operations Manager for ATX DAO, Megan supports ongoing business or social activities, treasury management, and financial reporting. Megan also supports other startups as a consultant specializing in web3 financial operations and is passionate about onboarding more women into the space. Megan was recently recognized as one of the Most Inspirational Women in the Metaverse.
Meet the Moderator
Heather Trumpfheller has 10 years of experience in technology consulting at TEKsystems. She has served in various roles in the talent acquisition space, such as Recruiting, Sales and Delivery Management. She has supported a variety of industries but for the last 6 years, Heather has been in Austin leading the initiatives driving modernization across State agencies. Heather is a born connector and has brought that strength and passion to Austin Women in Technology where she currently is serving as our President.