Girls in Tech: Navigating Career Choices with Confidence

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All career paths are a series of “forks in the road,” with ongoing decision-making that is underpinned by your values and influenced by your needs and interests at each moment in time. The more conscious you are of those values, needs, and interests, the more thoughtful you will be in considering your options, and the more confident you will feel in your ability to make wise decisions under any circumstances.

Whether you are just starting out in your career or have decades of professional experience, it is invaluable to understand the “filters” through which you are examining and evaluating your choices. The Girls in Tech (GIT) workshop will help you understand your own personal filters, with a values-based approach to career development and planning that will help you make empowered decisions as opportunities and obstacles arise.

Join Girls in Tech Boston in partnership with The Crossroads Coach, Marnie L Rosenberg on Thursday, February 1st, 2018  for an upcoming interactive workshop for the Boston Community. Professionals of all ages and backgrounds are welcome.

Location: Hatch Fenway, 401 Park Drive, BostonMA
Doors: 5:30 p.m.
Networking: 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Workshop: 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Registration: Link


About Marnie:

Marnie L. Rosenberg, The Crossroads Coach, is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and Certified Professional Coach. She is a graduate of Princeton University, as well as the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. Her niche is career development, career transitions, and leadership development coaching. She works with professionals and organizations that find themselves at a crossroads seeking support to navigate change. Prior to launching her coaching practice, she worked in marketing as an account lead for thirteen years. Learn more about The Crossroads Coach at

About Girls in Tech:

Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education, and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. Adriana Gascoigne founded GIT in 2007 to create a support framework to help women advance their careers in STEM fields.

Today, GIT aims to accelerate the growth of innovative women entering the high-tech industry and building startups. We achieve this through the creation of proprietary, innovative programming, and strategic global partnerships.

With headquarters in San Francisco and more than 100,000 members located around the globe, GIT relies on volunteer efforts to lead each of the 60 local chapters. Programming and events vary by chapter based on local interests and needs.

GIT is not just for professional women. We exist for anyone with an interest in technology, startups and providing women with a platform for growth. But we operate with the spirit of the girl within all of us—fearless, lively and determined.