Google Developer Group, Daytona Beach, Celebrates The Women’s Tech Makers Luncheon Event At Daytona State College
The Woman Tech Makers event in Daytona Beach, hosted by Brittani Preschel, CEO of D2 Advertising, was an incredible opportunity for women in technology to come together and share their experiences, challenges, and successes. The event was made even more special by the presence of guest speaker Amy Sweezey, a well-known meteorologist and technology enthusiast.
Amy Sweezey’s keynote speech was the highlight of the event. She talked about her journey as a woman in technology and how she broke into a field that was traditionally dominated by men. She shared some of the challenges she faced along the way, including feeling like she didn’t belong and facing discrimination from colleagues. However, she also shared how she overcame these challenges and found success in her career.
One of the main themes of Amy’s speech was the importance of persistence. She emphasized that women in technology need to be persistent and not give up when faced with obstacles. She shared some of her own experiences, such as being told she wasn’t good enough to be a meteorologist and facing rejection after rejection in her early job searches. However, she never gave up and eventually found success.
Amy also talked about the importance of community and supporting other women in technology. She encouraged the audience to find a mentor or a support group and to be there for each other. She shared how she has found support from other women in technology throughout her career and how it has made all the difference.
Overall, the Woman Tech Makers Event in Daytona Beach, was an inspiring and empowering event for women in technology. It provided a platform for women to come together, share their experiences, and learn from each other. Amy’s keynote speech was a powerful reminder that persistence and community are key to success in any field, especially in technology where women are still underrepresented.
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