For the fourth year in a row, SAP will be sponsoring the Lesbians Who Tech Summit in San Francisco, Thursday, February 23–Sunday, Feburary 26. SAP will have more than 15 people attending of whom will be presenting, recruiting, performing demos, blogging, interviewing, and taking pictures and will be sharing highlights on social media throughout the day using #RunProuder and #LWTSummit.

Live Interviews

Alex Bogdan, Head of Communications, SAPsv, will be conducting live interviews on the SAPsv Periscope account throughout the Tech Crawl Thursday night and all day Friday.

Download Periscope on your phone now to get a notification whenever SAPsv goes live.

Follow SAP Tech and the SAP Team

To see a stream of the latest, check out the curated list of SAP@LWTSummit.  You can also follow along with #RunProuder and #LWTSummit:

SAP Silicon Valley @SAPsv

HANA Could Platform @SAPHCP

Concur @Concur

TripIt @TripIt

SAP Analytics @SAPAnalytics

Jillian Babbel @JillianBabbel

Moya Watson @MoyaLynne

Pedram Farjad @pedram_farjad

Tina Musharbash @TinaatAriba

Billie Lynn Ross @4girl1der

Lauren Guzinski @The_Little_LG  

Rachel Ho @rachelbtw

Alex Bogdan @AlexBogdan2

Watch the Lesbians Who Tech Summit Live Virtually

Want to get a first-hand look at all the amazing technology that’s being featured at the sold out 4th Annual Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit? Register for a FREE live stream ticket to attend the event virtually!

More about the Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit

The 4th Annual Lesbians Who Tech + Allies Summit is from Thursday, February 23–Sunday, February 26, 2017 in the Castro District of San Francisco. It will bring together 2,500 lesbians, queer women, and allies from across all areas of technology.

Topics include: Technology & the Resistance, Cybersecurity, Cloud, Data, Hardware, Machine Learning, A.I., Healing & Community, Virtual Reality, Engineering, and Entrepreneurship.

At the heart of the summit is a deep commitment to women in tech, LGBTQ women, and women of color. They do that by showcasing top tech talent who are changing the world, and happen to be LGBTQ women and allies.  Together, the goal is to push the industry toward a higher standard, a technology sector that is representative of the people who live in this country.

To learn more about conference and see the full schedule of events, visit http://lesbianswhotech.org/sanfrancisco2017/.

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