Tuesday, November 8, 2016

6th Annual Holiday Gala - 12/7 @ Bluxome Street Winery


Our biggest event is here.

Join us at our 6th Annual WiWSF Holiday Gala, hosted at the Bluxome Street Winery, for a special night celebrating women in tech's advancements thus far and ringing in another stellar year with friends and professional colleagues. Reserve your ticket today. Early bird prices end Friday.


Wednesday, December 7
Bluxome Street Winery
Early Bird $25 (Ends Friday!)



About the winery: The Bluxome Street Winery is in the heart of SOMA. In the tradition of those that came before us, we're both a working winery and a place to relax and enjoy a drink or two.


Thursday, September 8, 2016

Women in Wireless Superstars | August 2016

WiW Superstars recognizes women that have gone above and beyond to make WiW a success. Each month, we feature up to three women leaders in our WiW newsletter, on our website and in social media. We want the world to know the WiW leaders and the contributions they make to their community. As an added bonus, WiW Superstars get executive coaching from our WiW Advisory Board to enhance professional development and promote long-term career success. 

The women selected for August have gone above and beyond for WiW. They have embodied the pillars of our organization: connect, inspire and empower. Please join us in congratulating Stephanie Yang and Angela Potts!

Stephanie Yang is the founder of Yang Communications and is also the Content Committee Lead for the Women in Wireless San Francisco Chapter. With over 10 years experience as a communications strategist, Stephanie is known for her expertise from concept through execution. Her energy and enthusiasm are contagious and her colleagues say she brings that to any project she is involved in. 

Stephanie is an invaluable asset to the San Francisco Women in Wireless leadership team. She pushed the core WiW mission forward by directly inspiring, empowering and connecting our members with amazing content programming she curates. Stephanie has the ability to bring events to life by finding relevant topics and interesting speakers. She's no stranger to stepping up to moderate panels and always takes things to the next level by preparing engaging questions or videos for the audience to connect with. Her WiW colleagues say she is not just an idea person; she sees her ideas through to fruition and that is what makes her such a superstar on their team. We thank Stephanie for all that she does for the San Francisco Chapter! 

Angela Potts is the Senior Director of Business Development at The Trade Desk, Inc., a demand side platform that offers agencies, aggregators and their advertisers best-in class technology to manage advertising campaigns. Angela is also a Co-Head of the Women in Wireless Chicago Chapter. As a rising star in programmatic, Angela is an energetic and driven leader with expertise in real-time bidding and extensive media planning across all platforms. 

Angela has been instrumental in helping to re-launch the Chicago chapter and her dedication to Women in Wireless has driven the Chicago chapter's growth and success in just a few months. Angela brings incredible value to the Chicago team with her diverse and strong background in the industry. Her WiW colleagues say she embodies everything that Women in Wireless is about and they are honored to have her co-lead the team.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Annual Networking Event

 Join us for our 6th Annual Networking Event with other bright minds in mobile and digital!

Trivia Night with Women in Wireless SF
Wednesday, September 21
6:00 - 9:00pm @ 
LiveRamp HQ
Food and drinks (no-host bar) will be provided.

Early-bird $15 (Ends Sept. 7)
General Admission $20

(Snapshot of last year's global networking event)

Women in Wireless events are open to all women and men. Feel free to invite your coworkers and friends. 



Sponsored by:

LiveRamp is the leader in data connectivity, helping the world’s largest brands use their data to improve customer interactions on any channel and device. 

About Us: 

The mission of Women in Wireless San Francisco is to Connect, Inspire, and Empower female leaders in mobile & digital media. We do this through leadership development, mentoring, inspirational series of panels and webinars, job boards, philanthropic support for relevant charities and networking events.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Get involved with the WiWSF leadership team!


Connect. Inspire. Empower.

WiWSF is recruiting! Join the leadership team to get involved.

Are you interested in volunteering with a global non-profit that provides growth and mentorship to women in a male dominated industry? Whether you are in marketing, product, sales, tech or running your own consulting business - we want to hear from you.

The mission of Women in Wireless is to connect, inspire, and empower females in the mobile and digital space. We do this through leadership development, mentoring, inspirational series of panels and webinars, job boards, philanthropic support for relevant charities, and networking events. Our proximity to Silicon Valley gives us unique access to top female tech leaders in the space. Join the conversation and support equality!

Current openings in Marketing & Sponsorship committees. View the descriptions of the roles here.


Learn more on our website http://sanfrancisco.womeninwireless.org/ and check out some past events below (click on images to view more):
How Do I Sound? Becoming a More Credible & Confident Communicator
Our most recent event was held at General Assembly and the focus was on providing attendees with actionable takeaways. The panel was moderated by Stephanie Yang (Communication Consultant) and included guest panelists Andrea Barrica from 500 Startups, Angela Antony from Scoutible, and Nora Murray from Soundbite Communications.
Meet the Press: The State of Women in Tech
TapJoy hosted an incredible panel of tech journalists Katie Benner from The New York Times, Sara Bur from Tech Crunch, & Megan McDowell from Women's Wear Daily.
A Fireside Chat: Coffee Meets Bagel Founder & CEO, Arum Kang
We held a packed 'inspire' event at the AdRoll offices in March 2015. Arum Kang spoke candidly of the challenges of being a female entrepreneur as well as her experience on ABC's Shark Tank. 
How to Build Your Own Personal Brand Presented by Yumi Wilson from LinkedIn
Over 115 attendees came to Sephora to receive updated head shots from Colson Griffith Photography and to learn about best practices in personal branding.

Outsource Your Life: I Can't Live Without These Apps
A panel discussion with female leaders at Instacart and Shyp lead by our own Stephanie Yang. The conversation covered consumer behavior trends in the 'on demand' economy and marketing tactics for launching in new cities.

Annual Holiday Gala at The Neiman Marcus Rotunda
Our biggest event of the year! Each year, the WiWSF community comes together at the Neiman Marcus Rotunda for an evening of bubbles, wine and mingling with the best and brightest in the industry.


Thursday, June 16, 2016

June 'Empower' Event


How Do I Sound?
Becoming a More Credible and Confident Communicator

How do you practice becoming a better, more effective communicator in everyday conversation? What techniques are you using at meetings to elicit respect? Have you ever asked others for help in becoming a more effective leader?

Join WIWSF for our June Empower event where panelists from 500 Startups and Scoutible will address practical techniques everyone can apply immediately at work to become a more credible, confident communicator.  


When: June 23th, 6-8 PM 

Where: General Assembly
225 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA

Tickets:  Early Bird $15 & General Admission $20
Join our LinkedIn Group for a $5 member discount.

Women and men are encouraged to attend WiWSF Events.

About our Sponsor:

General Assembly is a global network of campuses for individuals seeking opportunity and education in technology, design, and business. https://generalassemb.ly

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