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Your next steps, now that you’ve purchased an event ticket on Eventbrite:

  1. Login or Create a SCHED account. Use the same email account as Eventbrite to link your ticket to your event schedule.

  2. Browse panel discussion and events below and build your schedule. Events fill up fast, so grab a seat now! Be sure to sign up for the MotherSHIP Main Event on Tuesday evening, full of great pop up events and opportunities to meet new and old friends!

  3. Make your schedule and profile public so friends and colleagues can connect with you during the event. Fill out your bio so attendees can learn more about you. Connect your SCHED account to social media to share with those you know attending the Regatta. See your Account Settings.

  4. Join our online community by using #SEAWIT19 and share the events you’ve signed up for on social media so others can join you in demonstrating support for Women in Tech!

See you April 22-26 at the WiT Regatta!

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Anthony Kerr

Kimberly-Clark | The Collective Seattle
Brand Manager | Founder
At his nine to five, Anthony Kerr is a Brand Manager at Kimberly-Clark where he focuses on digital marketing strategy for brands such as Huggies Diapers and Pull-Ups Training Pants. Anthony moved to Seattle from the Washington D.C. area in 2013. Upon arrival, he immediately noticed a lack of diversity in the Pacific Northwest and found it difficult to meet other young professionals of color. So within his first month of living in Seattle, he founded The Collective Seattle (@thecollectiveseattle), a social organization dedicated to connecting underrepresented young professionals to each other and the city itself. What initially began as just a group chat of 50 or so random transplants he found at happy hours, is now a thriving community with over 3,000 members. Through the community, people have formed businesses, met new best friends, found significant others, advanced their career, created their own communities, or just found somewhere to get their hair cut. It is his hope that the connections individuals make through The Collective Seattle transform their experience here from “Seattle Freeze” or necessary evil for career advancement, to a place where they can flourish.