- Three days of geeking out and learning more about technology and violence against women included the voices of national technology experts, tech investigators, attorneys and victim advocates!
Team NNEDV was up early to kick off the 4th Annual Tech Summit!
Roll Call! Let's take a look at some of this year's attendees!!
- — Jane Doe Inc. (@janedoe)Mon, Jul 25 2016 16:34:39
- — Crisis Intervention (@stopdvsa)Mon, Jul 25 2016 16:03:17
Fundamentals of Tech Safety: "Let's start at the very beginning"
- — Jess Davidson (@DavidsonJess22)Mon, Jul 25 2016 16:06:28In middle school, 74% of girls express interest in science/tech/engineering/math. By college, only 0.4% major in comp science #TechSummit16
- — Toby Shulruff (@tobysworks)Mon, Jul 25 2016 16:06:46Our movement should reflect the communities we serve. We need more women in tech! We need more women of color in tech! #techsummit16
- — kristin (@kristindex)Mon, Jul 25 2016 17:46:59
- — Marisela Nuñez (@Marisela_Nunez)Mon, Jul 25 2016 18:34:14
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) hosted the 4th Annual Technology Summit July 25-27, 2016 in San Francisco, CA. The Safety Net team at NNEDV focuses on the intersection of technology domestic violence.