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Qualcomm's Chief Diversity Officer, Vicki Mealer-Burke, Will Speak at the First Annual San Diego Tech Women's Summit

Published 03-11-20

Submitted by Qualcomm Inc.

Qualcomm will be hosting the first annual San Diego Tech Women's Summit on March 7. The event will kick off with a welcome from Vicki Mealer Burke, who currently serves as Qualcomm’s first Chief Diversity Officer. Vickie is responsible for providing the vision, leadership and oversight of internal and external inclusion and diversity initiatives.
More about the event:
The 1st Annual San Diego Tech Women's Summit is convening the region’s thriving and diverse tech workforce as we celebrate International Women’s Day in America’s Finest City. This Summit is produced by a strategic collaboration of San Diego-based advocacy organizations and women employee resources groups (ERGs) that features Athena, Blacks in Technology SD, Designing Women, Girls in Tech San Diego, #LatinaGeeks, LEARN Academy, Qualcomm, TechSesh, Tech Women @Intuit, Women in Technology at Sony, and Women Who Code San Diego. Welcome to the power of collaboration!
Ranking 5th in the nation with the highest concentration of engineers and scientists, regional and global progressive tech companies will join high-tech industry leaders, rising tech stars and gender equality advocates as our community drives towards making the region a destination for diversity. By creating this safe space defined by inclusiveness and innovation, participants can expect to enhance their careers, accelerate their leadership skills and intimately understand which companies and career strategies most align with your personal values and career ambitions.
Hosted at Qualcomm Campus, several hundred participants will convene to learn from keynote speakers, panels and our tech career and resources fair.

See the full program here

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