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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Marnie Weber

Expedia Group
Sr. Technical Product Manager
As a Senior Technical Product Manager at Expedia Group, Marnie Weber is living her dream job every day.  In her unique role, she helps engineers and engineering leaders become excellent storytellers, and she drives other global initiatives that strengthen leaders and foster employee engagement.  Marnie co-curated TEDxSeattle 2013, where she honed her skills teaching and coaching 18 influential speakers to have their best talk ever.  She built strong business and leadership skills via her 22-year career at Microsoft, as well as roles at Strong-Bridge Consulting, Intel and Waggener-Edstrom.  Marnie is a Professional Certified Coactive Coach and experienced facilitator who believes, as Kahlil Gibran said, that “work is love made visible.”  At 49-years old, Marnie discovered she had bipolar disorder and is now an advocate for mental health in the workplace.  She is a founding board member and Vice President of Expedia Group’s Ability Inclusion Movement (AIM) employee resource group that helps raise awareness, reduce bias, and drive positive changes that help people with disabilities thrive.